June 20th 2020 is the World refugee Day!

On this, the World Refugee Day please remember the 70 million displaced people in the world. These are good people who have been driven out of their homes on the grounds of racial, ethnic, religious discrimination.
Please support these refugees as someone supported me when I was a child. They too can become good citizens and contribute positively to the society.

Please help and donate to the organizations that support the refugee cause.
UNHCR – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees https://www.unhcr.org/
Refugee Services of Texas: https://www.rstx.org/
Amaanah Refugee Services https://amaanahservices.org/

My childhood story “The boy refugee; a memoir from a long forgotten war” was released on 20th of June to coincide with the world refugee day. Part of the proceeds from the sale of my book will be donated to UNHCR and the Amaanah Refugee Services for the wonderful work they are doing with refugee rescue and resettlement.

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