A Pakistani restaurant in US is a total blessing for the thousands of homeless and poor in the capital.
Sakina Halal Grill is no more than a blessing and not an ordinary place.
It’s a place where regular customers sit side-by-side with the homeless, with no difference between the visitors who pay for their food and those who can’t afford it.
This open-door policy aims to champion the Islamic principles of solidarity and sponsorship.
Kazi Manan, the Pakistani Immigrant owns the restaurant, who himself comes from a poor family left Pakistan in 1996 to search a better opportunity in US.
From pulses to vegetables to meat. You can eat as much as you want without any money. There is no confinement of color and race and religion.
Many benevolent gentlemen also contribute to this good work. They often pay for the food of the poor along with their own food.