Thailand: Christian charity group lends a hand to marooned Pakistani Christian asylum seekers

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Christian charity group International Community Care Foundation ICCF, has distributed relief goods among 35 families of stranded Pakistani Christian asylum seekers in Bangkok. The relief goods distribution ceremony initiated with a prayer, when several families of Pakistani Christian asylum seekers were present.

Pakistani Christian asylum seekers in Bangkok

This relief distribution ceremony was held at Bearing Soi 7 Sukhumvit, Bangkok – Thai Capital. The families prayed together as they go through hard times, seeking asylum in Thailand. Pakistani Christian asylum seekers appreciated the efforts of the International Community Care Foundation ICCF.

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The International Community Care Foundation ICCF, Thailand made the endeavor possible with the help of ICCF team from New York, US. During the relief good distribution ceremony Pakistani Christians said that they are going through hard times and that apart from relief goods they are in need of financial assistance to pay rents for their accommodation.

These deserted Pakistanis whined that the UNHCR is entertaining asylum applications from other communities while their asylum applications are being overlooked. They complained that while they are left high and dry, asylum seekers from other communities are being interviewed and are being granted asylums. They claimed that UNHCR is rejecting the asylum applications from Pakistani Christians.

Following successful accomplishment of the relief goods distribution, the Executive Director of ICCF, Tariq Javaid extended appreciation for the ICCF Thailand team. At the same time, he expressed gratitude towards the Mr. Joseph Gill, Mrs. Rushba Alfred and Mr. Zahid Younis for being instrumental during the distribution process. He said that ICCF team Thailand, has accomplished a noble reaching by distributing food items among needy families and providing best possible support to Pakistani Christian Asylum Seekers in Thailand.