Not many people know that a number of Karachi’s landmark buildings were designed by a Jewish architect Moses Somake (1875-1947).
...Reading a paper at Karachi conference here on Saturday, Gul Hasan Kalmatti, traced the history of Karachi’s Jewish community and recalled their contribution in making Karachi a vibrant metropolis.
...Kalmatti regretted that the synagogue known as the Magen Shalom Synagogue was razed to the ground in July 1988, paving the way for a shopping plaza – Madiha Square.
Read more: http://tribune.com.pk/story/626468/secret-histories-the-jews-built-karachi-but-we-built-shopping-plazas-on-their-synagogue/
A photo posted above the article contains a gravestone with the inscription, "In ever loving memory of our beloved son ENOCH who passed away on 11 December 1933, born 18 December 1910. 'God takes our loved ones from our homes, but never from our hearts.'”
As we enter Chodesh Kislev and read about Chanoch, who passed away in Kislev and doesn't seem to have left any children, perhaps someone would consider performing a good deed leiluy nishmato.