Mufti Menk In Pakistan To Help People In Flood-Hit Areas

mufti menk in Pakistan to help flood

PAKISTAN (SINDH) – Mufti Ismail Menk, a renowned Islamic scholar, is currently in Pakistan to assist flood victims.

Presently, he is working on the ground in Sindh to assist those affected by the devastating floods.

On his Instagram account, Mufti Menk uploaded a video showing him visiting a flood-affected area in Sindh, Jhuddo.

In an appeal to his followers, Mufti Menk urged them to donate to flood victims. In his letter, he stated, “DEVASTATION!”. We are needed in Pakistan! An unimaginable situation! TENT DONATION! Make a difference in the lives of a family by providing comfort! Tents are available for £100 each! It would be appreciated if you could do whatever you can to assist those affected with any reliable charity or partner. There will be a need for assistance for a few years to come.”

Mufti Ismail Menk is famous for his views on Islamic teachings and religious practices. According to Islam, Mufti Ismail Menk has more than 1 million followers on Facebook who follow him for his advice on living a better life. He also regularly posts videos on YouTube with Islamic lessons and talks about current affairs that affect Muslims worldwide.

Mufti Ismail Menk is a scholar, preacher, and activist born in Harare, Zimbabwe. He is also the founder of the Islamic Mission Foundation, which has branches in over 30 countries.

Mufti Menk’s fame comes from his work as a preacher and his role as an advocate for peace in Nigeria. He has spoken out against violence and helped organize peaceful demonstrations that promote harmony between Christians and Muslims.

As part of the flood relief effort, Ertugurl actor Celal Al, who played Abdul Rehman Alp in the series, visited Pakistan earlier this month.

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