Leading Islamic scholar, Mufti Dr Ismail Menk, is visiting Pakistan to help flood victims after the natural catastrophe wrecked havoc across the country, turning one-third of the country into inland seas.

The famous cleric, who is loved across the world by millions of Muslims, visited flood affected areas of Sindh.
After his visits he noted that the situation is “unimaginable” and urged people to give as much charity and aid as they could to ease people’s suffering.

“Please do whatever you can with any reliable charity or partner for those affected. We will have to assist for the next few YEARS,” he said in a video posted on his Instagram.


Devastating floods in Pakistan have wreaked havoc across the country, leaving a path of destruction and loss in their wake. More than 1,599 people have lost their lives, one-third of whom are children.


Record monsoon rains and melting glaciers triggered the disaster. The United Nations (UN) and Pakistan have linked the extreme weather to climate change; some 600,000 people have fled their homes.

As many as 33 million people of the 220 million South Asian nation have been affected in some way by the floods that swept away houses, roads, railways and bridges and submerged around 4 million acres of farmland.