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Mufti Menk calls Pakistani tea ‘fantastic’

Mufti Menk is using the digital space to continuously raise awareness of the flood situation in Pakistan among his fans and followers spread all over the world.

Famous scholar Mufti Menk calls Pakistani tea fantastic as he stopped at a roadside restaurant in Sindh. The Zimbabwean Islamic scholar is visiting the flood-affected areas of Sindh in Pakistan.

He uploaded another video on his Instagram account of drinking tea at a roadside restaurant. “MashaAllah, we are having some super Madina tea on a highway in Pakistan. We stopped on the side at this beautiful place. It’s an amazing experience, lovely culture, amazing people, and this tea MashaAllah no.1,” he says in the clip. In another video, he said the face covered with the mask is helping him enjoy the experience of sitting at a Dhaba without being recognized.

Mufti Menk is using the digital space to continuously raise awareness of the flood situation in Pakistan among his fans and followers spread all over the world. In the latest video, he is seen visiting the flood-affected families through the boat. While addressing his followers he said, “Please do whatever you can with any reliable charity or partner for those affected. We will have to assist for the next few YEARS.”

 

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Mufti Menk uploaded the video of his visiting Sindh, Jhuddo. He has appealed to his followers to donate generously. He wrote, “DEVASTATION! Pakistan needs us! Unimaginable situation! DONATE A TENT! Give comfort to a family! £100 per tent! Please do whatever you can with any reliable charity or partner for those affected. We will have to assist for the next few YEARS.”

Earlier, famous Turkish actor Celal Al had reached Pakistan to carry out flood relief work in flood-affected areas. Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie is also visiting the flood-affected areas and victims in Pakistan. She is in Pakistan to raise awareness of the catastrophe as a representative of the International Rescue Committee.