A Muslim who was attacked by a knife-wielding robber in a mosque cooked him breakfast to calm him down and then sat to hear his life story.
Ali Yassine spotted Stefan Boyle, 28, hiding under a table in a mosque in Dundrum, Dublin, and told him to leave.
Boyle lunged at him and nicked him with a knife before trying to escape out of a window, the Irish Independent reported in May. 
Mr Yassine, who works as a caretaker in the mosque, kicked the burglar in self defence and then told him to relax.
He went on to make him scrambled eggs and sat down to let Boyle tell him about he he was homeless, had been in and out of prison and was having problems with his girlfriend. 
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