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Jamiatul Ulama KZN distributes flood relief goods in pakistan

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Islamabad:Jamiatul Ulama, an international charity organisation from Durban, South Africa, distributed relief goods among flood victims of Sindh, says a press release issued here Wednesday.

A team of the organisation, which arrived earlier this week visited Umer Kot and Badin and distributed kitchen items, clothes, cots, shoes and other necessary items among 1,500 affected families.

A team of the organisation will also distribute relief goods among 500 flood affectees of Tando Muhammad Khan today (Thursday).

Jamiatul Ulama, team leader Ahmad Muhammadi during visit to Badin expressed deep concern over the plight of flood victims. We are here to express our solidarity with you, you are our Muslim brethren and we cannot leave you alone in this dreadful situation. People of South Africa are well aware of disasters in Pakistan from earthquake 2005 to 2011 floods. We have brought package of $250,000 for flood victims, but looking at the enormity of the disaster, we feel it will not be enough and we appeal to the international community to come forward and help flood victims to mitigate their sufferings, he added.

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