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Thank God, we continue feeding about 100 poor people a week for already approximately 2.5 years. Everyone is being served in a respectful and efficient way with variety of 5 fresh salads, pita bread, soup, main dish (either chicken wings or kabab with rice and a bit of potatoes or other cooked vegetables) and tea or coffee with a small piece of cake. Few people are waiting until everyone has eaten in order to take the leftover food. Actually, I wanted to write “take home”, but then remembered that not all of our comers have homes; some are unfortunately homeless and just eat it at some quite place outside. This school year we continue cooperating with the Messianic middle-school. 7-9 graders come every week and learn how to accept, love and respect the poor by serving them.
I quote one of our comers, a black kippa man called Ben, “I am 70 years old, was wounded on the Yom Kippur war, and I am lonely because I don’t have a close family. I enjoy every time I come here, and not only the food. I feel something very different. I rest and enjoy my time here. I would like to get to know you better”.