Surely this fulfills some sort of prophecy.
What happens when millions of people in a city with poor infrastructure ceremonially sacrifice animals before a torrential monsoon downpour?
Rivers of blood flow through the city.
On Tuesday, Bangladeshis celebrated Eid al-Adha — known in South Asia as “bakri eid” or “goat eid” for the animals most commonly sacrificed as an offering to God, commemorating Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his own son. It is one of the holiest days on the Islamic calendar.