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US Missionary Robert Park to press charges against the DPRK for torture

By Dan Wooding
 

 

Robert Park

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA  -- US missionary and human rights activist Robert Park will press charges against the DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) for extensive torture he suffered in flagrant violation of International Laws and Principles during his 43-day imprisonment in North Korea.

 

Park crossed illegally into North Korea from China on December 25, 2009 to protest against genocide and crimes against humanity taking place within the country.

 

The missionary has since been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), continues to suffer frequent nightmares, flashbacks and has attempted suicide twice as a result of trauma incurred in North Korea. Read more >>

 

 

Nigeria: Believers Gunned Down "while their eyes were closed in prayer"

 

First-hand report of a native missionary ministry leader supported by Christian Aid.

Thank God for His grace and mercy. Today, we buried Jacob Eloiyi, one of our ministry supporters who was killed by Islamic terrorists. The funeral was highly attended by believers, and we prayed for the peace of our city and Nigeria. Continue to pray with us as we trust the Lord that all will be well. It seems we are more peaceful for now even though three people were shot yesterday in a beer parlor."

I received this message on 16 January from an indigenous missionary ministry leader supported by Christian Aid. He had called me late at night on 6 January to ask for prayer. He and his family were behind locked doors with others from the ministry, keeping vigil so they would not be slaughtered in their sleep. Read more >>

 

 

 

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