Many Christadelphian families who had moved to their relatives, caught into the heavy rain this morning as they have returned to see their houses after rumors had been spreading in Whatsapp groups that house being looted. It has been decided now that some brothers stay behind to look after the vacant places.

You can see many photos in news but I have attached some photos of the al-Fatah colony where  250 B&S lives in the same area. They can not use their ecclesia hall for time being as it has been flooded 4th time within 4 weeks.

While Government help is provided it is generally given only to Muslims, with Christians and other religions being refused help.

The below is from al-fatah area. The commentary is in Urdu language, but the video tells the story. They cannot use their ecclesial hall for the time being
as it has been flooded for the fourth time in four weeks.

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KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department’s weather prediction for light to moderate rain on Thursday completely missed its mark as heavy showers pounded the metropolis for hours, leaving nearly 23 dead, besides completely submerging roads and underpasses.
On Thursday 27 August, the city received more than 223mm of rain in a 12-hour period, the country’s meteorological department said, the highest seen in a single day since records began 89 years ago. More than 484mm of rain has fallen in August so far, according to the data, more than 10 times the monthly average

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