What is happening with Pakistani Christians asylum seekers in Europe
Why these so called democratic european countries playing with Pakistani Christians asylum seekers. I would like to request to any Organization, Church or media to please help this family
A Pakistani innocent Christian family in German prison.
This family of Trevor Clive was seeking international protection in Finland under the Geneva Convention which has sign on 28th of July 1951 on the Status of Refugees.But their asylum application have been rejected by Finnish authorities. Finnish Immigration want them to deport. The Pakistani Christian family with two young childrens fled to save their life to German, and now the husband is in German jail and his wife with their kids are in detention center near by Humberg.( She told me the story on phone and they conected with me via Facebook)
Pakistani Christians are facing false accusation of blasphemy law. Blasphemy law being misused to persecute Christians in Pakistan. They are facing organised attacks in Pakistan against them. and it is increasing day by day. That uncertainty has turned to fear as Islamic militants have taken advantage of blasphemy law in Pakistan. According to US State Department report, Pakistan is one of 10 countries failing to protect minorities right.
Why the European countries are closing their doors for Christians. Four Pakistani Christian Mangat Masih, Tahir Masih and two more including a woman has detained in Holland. The rules of Dublin Convention should not apply to the Christians who persecuted in Muslim countries. Dublin Convention was signed in Dublin, Ireland on 15 June 1990. According to the Dublin Convention is to prevent an applicant from submitting applications in multiple Member States. Another aim is to reduce the number of “orbiting” asylum seekers, who are shuttled from member state to member state. However since the country that a person first arrived in is responsible for dealing with the application, this puts excessive pressure on border areas.
Even ECRE (European Council on Refugees and Exiles) and UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) and other NGO,s (Non-governmental organisations openly criticized the Dublin resolution, that the current system fails in providing fair, efficient and effective protection