ECSPE Spotted by CBN: UNHCR Bias Against Pakistani Christians Exposed

Farrukh Saif

March 11, 2024


Recently, on CBN, Farrukh Saif exposed the UNHCR offices in Bangkok and Malaysia for being biased against Christian asylum seekers and refugees.

Farrukh Saif, representing the Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved (ECSPE), discussed the problematic situation of Christian refugees awaiting resettlement in Bangkok for over a decade, shedding light on their prolonged suffering.

In an interview with Gary Lane on CBN, Farrukh Saif discussed the challenges faced by Christian asylum seekers in the region, exposing a disturbing pattern of bias within the UNHCR system. The plight of these refugees, who have been waiting for resettlement for more than ten years, underscores the urgency of addressing the issues within the asylum process.

The situation in Bangkok has been particularly dire, as Christian refugees find themselves stuck in a seemingly endless cycle of uncertainty. Farrukh Saif emphasized the need for the international community to take notice of their predicament. He urged swift action to rectify the biases that have hindered the fair treatment of Christian asylum seekers.

Moreover, the interview touched upon the stressful conditions faced by Christian asylum seekers in Malaysia, where arrests and other challenges have compounded their already difficult circumstances. The ECSPE has worked tirelessly to expose and address these biases, advocating for the rights and fair treatment of Christian refugees within the UNHCR system.

The ECSPE’s efforts, as highlighted by CBN, bring attention to a critical human rights issue affecting vulnerable communities. The exposure of bias against Pakistani Christians seeking asylum serves as a call to action for international organizations, governments, and advocacy groups to investigate and rectify any discriminatory practices within the refugee resettlement process.

Farrukh Saif

Farrukh H. Saif, a courageous Christian human rights activist, established the Farrukh Saif Foundation in 2009 to confront religious discrimination, blasphemy laws, and bonded slavery in Pakistan. His dedication to liberating bonded laborers from brick kilns and advocating for blasphemy victims and asylum seekers has garnered international acclaim. Despite encountering threats and fatwas, his impactful work persists in supporting marginalized communities. In 2018, the foundation merged with The Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved, enhancing its global outreach.


  1. Ashar

    Its really a difficult situation in Pakistan for the minority so sad

    • Farrukh Saif

      In the coming years, it will be even worse for the Christians in Pakistan.


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