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Restaurants in Katara and Aspire to donate today’s revenue to Syrians

Incomes from eateries at Katara and Aspire on Tuesday (January 15) will go to help Syrian refugees in the camps of Arsal, a Lebanese border town. 

This was declared on Twitter by Katara Cultural Village General Manager Dr Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti. 

The eateries taking an interest in this philanthropy cause are Burgeri, Chac'late, le Vesuvio, L'wzaar Seafood Market, Marsa Katara, Sukar Basha, Red Velvet, Sugar and Spice, Coffeeshop Company, Miogusto, Poffertjes, Ard Canaan, Chapati and Karak, Khan Farouk Tarab bistro and Kava. 

Cruel winter conditions incapacitated existence of Syrians as help couldn't achieve Lebanon's eastern bordertown after they got away from the common war in their nation. The quantity of outcasts is said to be around 60,000. 

In the interim, under the supervision of the Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities (RACA), Qatar Charity (QC) has propelled 'Arsal Relief' battle to give prompt help to Syrian outcasts influenced by snowstorms, ice and rain, focusing to raise QR20m, as a commitment to meet their essential needs by giving warming offices, sustenance and meds. 


This crusade was propelled to critically react to the troublesome philanthropic circumstance endured by the Syrian exiles in the town of Arsal and other Lebanese regions, because of the Storm Norma, which hit Arsal a week ago. 

The crusade likewise came in the midst of desires for comparative tempests from today.

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