Sunday the 21st - INTERNATIONAL CHRISTIAN VOICE - Free Joomla 3.2 Templates

On behalf of International Christian Voice (ICV) and my family, I would like to thank all our members, well-wishers, supporters, partners and donors for their excellent support in the year 2017. Due to your support, ICV was able to highlight the plight of Christians and other religious minorities who are suffering in this world due to their religious beliefs.

Because of your continued support, ICV has also been able to make a difference in the lives of those who have been suffering daily, especially the Faris family, who has recently come to Canada from miserable conditions in Thailand to start a new life of hope and peace.
We are very thankful to our Lord Jesus Christ who is using us to make a difference in the lives of the deserving and to all of you, without whom none of this would be possible.
Today while we are saying goodbye to 2017, I would like to wish you a prosperous New Year 2018.
May God's blessings be upon you and your families for the coming year. We hope to see your continued support in the new year so that we may continue to make a difference in the lives of marginalized and downtrodden brothers and sisters.
Happy New Year!
Best regards,
Peter Bhatti
International Christian Voice

Exclusive footage of Shahbaz Bhatti\'s interview


Saira Khurram went to Thailand in November 2011 with her husband Khurram Ashiq and two children: Mariam Khurram, 6 years old and Musa Khurram, 5 years old, after facing persecution in Pakistan due to their Christianbelief.

Saira Khurram and her husband left everything they owned in Pakistan and applied for refugee status in Thailand. Since their arrival in Thailand they, have faced many problems. Under such dire circumstances, as head of the family, Saira’s husband, Khurram Ashiq, tried his best to support his family but faced many challenges while dealing with the UNHCR and the Thai Government. He suffered from anxiety and depression, which were worsened when his asylum case was refused by the UNHCR. This refusal was very hard on him emotionally and he could not handle the shock, eventually leading to a heart attack that took his life on October 19th, 2017.


Backgrounder - Diefenbaker Award and Recipients Shahbaz Bhatti

Shahbaz Bhatti was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in 2008 and named Federal Minister for Minorities a portfolio he accepted because of the opportunity it offered to defend the oppressed and marginalized of Pakistan.