Saturday, 17 March 2012

North Korea is a prison

It comes as no surprise that North Korea is top, for the tenth year in succession, of the list of countries in the world that persecutes Christians.  It is therefore the most inhospitable and brutal country for Christians.  Living in North Korea is harsh for the general population with mass starvation, chronic food shortages, economic hardship, terrible poverty, human rights abuses, inhumane prison conditions and a vicious police force.  Those who have escaped from this wicked regime reveal dreadful deprivation and severe repression.  It is unlikely that life will change under the new leader Kim.

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