An Islamic Cultural Centre is opening its doors to the homeless and anyone in need during ex-Hurricane Ophelia.
The centre in Clonskeagh, Dublin, is welcoming neighbours during one of the worst storms to hit Ireland in half a century. Ophelia is expected to pummel the country with sustained winds of more than 50mph and gusts of around 80mph.
Malek Madani, who works in administration at the centre, told The Independent that the building was “open 24 hours for everyone”.
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