Zed noted that Jesus Christ clearly told the world to help the helpless, defenseless and downtrodden and love them and he showed the way also.
Zed urged the Austrian government to engage the asylum seekers in talks; simplify and humanize the asylum process and make it more transparent; and improve the living conditions of refugees, who include women and children also.
Zed applauded the Vienna community for delivering food and presents to asylum seekers. When we act in a loving way, actually it is God who is loving others through us, Zed added.
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