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PERSECUTION MINISTRY UNVEILS COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE, NEW BOOKLET AS REMINDER THAT “COMMUNISM IS NOT DEAD”

PERSECUTION MINISTRY UNVEILS COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE, NEW BOOKLET AS REMINDER THAT “COMMUNISM IS NOT DEAD”

Voice of the Martyrs Korea, an NGO which ministers to persecuted Christians worldwide, held a press conference today to unveil a plaque on its Martyrs Timeline commemorating “The Unknown Martyrs of Communism” and to officially release its new booklet, “Communism Is Not Dead”, an educational resource for Christians and churches. “Since 1921, an estimated 25 ...

RESPONSE TO GYEONGGI PROVINCE GOVERNOR LEE’S CALL FOR INVESTIGATION OF BALLOON LAUNCHING NGOS

RESPONSE TO GYEONGGI PROVINCE GOVERNOR LEE’S CALL FOR INVESTIGATION OF BALLOON LAUNCHING NGOS

For 15 years, Voice of the Martyrs Korea has experienced only the utmost respect from all levels of Gyeonggi Province’s government and law enforcement, due to our spirit of cooperation and communication. As a result, we were stunned and, frankly, extremely puzzled by Governor Lee’s statement today. Voice of the Martyrs Korea has only ever launched the Bible by ...

VOICE OF THE MARTYRS KOREA STATEMENT RE THE ANNOUNCEMENTS BY GYEONGGI PROVINCE AUTHORITIES CRIMINALIZING BALLOON LAUNCHING ACTIVITY

VOICE OF THE MARTYRS KOREA STATEMENT RE THE ANNOUNCEMENTS BY GYEONGGI PROVINCE AUTHORITIES CRIMINALIZING BALLOON LAUNCHING ACTIVITY

From the Rev. Dr. Eric Foley, CEO and Co-Founder, Voice of the Martyrs Korea Over the past 15 years, the respectful cooperation between Voice of the Martyrs Korea and Korean police, military, and intelligence services has served as an admirable international model for how the freedoms of speech and religion, the protection of property and public safety, and the advancement of political and economic peace and prosperity can all be ...

Today, balloon launches became a crime in South Korea. What now?

Authorities in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea (the area where most balloon launches happen) announced new restrictions on balloon launching today, effectively criminalizing and heavily fining not only launching but even the transport of materials for launch. Here are a few notes from Gyeonggi Province Deputy Governor Lee’s announcement today: Gyeonggi province Deputy Governor Lee has ...

90 YEARS AFTER STALIN TEARS DOWN CATHEDRAL, NEW CATHEDRAL SEEKS TO HONOR HIM

90 YEARS AFTER STALIN TEARS DOWN CATHEDRAL, NEW CATHEDRAL SEEKS TO HONOR HIM

Controversy surrounds the opening of the new Resurrection of Christ Church in Kubinka near Moscow. The cathedral, designed as the Armed Forces’ main church, is designed to hold 6,000 worshipers and features a military green color and missile-like towers. It was built at a cost of around 6 billion Rubles (roughly 100 billion Korean Won), ...

NORTH KOREANS TESTIFY ABOUT THE BIBLE’S POWER DURING CORONAVIRUS

NORTH KOREANS TESTIFY ABOUT THE BIBLE’S POWER DURING CORONAVIRUS

Bible distribution to North Koreans continues to be double that of the same period last year, according to Voice of the Martyrs Korea representative Dr. Hyun Sook Foley. The ministry credits the Coronavirus for the heightened interest of North Koreans, as well as for new avenues for distribution. “North Koreans are looking for hope in ...

New Coronavirus outbreak in NE China puts NK sex-trafficked women at risk of starvation

The biggest worry today for North Korean women in Northeast China is not Coronavirus but starvation. A new outbreak of Coronavirus in Northeast China’s Jilin Province has led authorities there to restrict travel and institute additional control measures. The new measures make it nearly impossible for North Korean sex-trafficked women there to feed their families. Now even ...

NEW JILIN CORONAVIRUS OUTRBREAK PUTS NORTH KOREAN SEX-TRAFFICKED WOMEN AT RISK OF STARVATION

NEW JILIN CORONAVIRUS OUTRBREAK PUTS NORTH KOREAN SEX-TRAFFICKED WOMEN AT RISK OF STARVATION

A new outbreak of Coronavirus in Northeast China’s Jilin Province has led authorities there to restrict travel and institute additional control measures. According to Voice of the Martyrs Korea representative Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, the new measures make it nearly impossible for North Korean sex-trafficked women there to feed their families. “The biggest worry today for North ...