Pakistan is grappling with its worst flooding in living memory. A staggering one-third of the country was underwater as of this week, with more than 30 million people affected over the last few weeks—killing at least 1,100 civilians and pushing almost half a million people into relief camps. U.N.
Politicians have described it as a “monsoon on steroids” that “requires urgent, collective action.”
Like all Muslim lands where problems occur, most are not unknown to occur or sudden, but are a result of years of systematic failures.
Join the sheik as he encourages support of our Muslim brothers and sisters living in Pakistan on how to alleviate the suffering now and into the future.