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Kim Jong Il and the Great Lie

At Christmas, let us join North Koreans in mourning, not for a monster and tyrant, but for the horrific results of the great lie.

A North Korean Christmas: No Place in the Inn

Two North Korean refugees to China commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ this season. What does their Christmas look like?

What Will Happen to Kim Jong Il's North Korea?

The news of Kim Jong Il’s sudden death has triggered concern over the country’s future.

North Korean Believers Face Uncertain Future

Open Doors asks Christians around the world to pray for North Koreans during the transitional period after Kim Jong Il's death.

After Kim Jong Il's Death, a Call for N. Korea to End Crimes Against Humanity

Religious freedom advocates are calling on the North Korean regime to end its brutal oppression of its citizens.

North Korea Protests South Korean Christmas Trees

North Korea has warned South Korea of "unexpected consequences" if it lights up three giant steel Christmas trees near the border.

Watching, Praying for the Persecuted at Christmas

The Christmas season represents a window for abuse of Christians by persecutors.

  • Dr. Carl Moeller |
  • December 18, 2011 |
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Franklin Graham: "Put Politics Aside and Feed a Starving People"

Is North Korea facing a severe food crisis, and should the United States intervene despite North Korea’s dangerous belligerence?

Call to North Korea to End Persecution of Christians

Persecution watchdog Release International is working to support North Korean Christians who have fled their country by providing safe houses, pastoral support and health care.

Religious Freedom Report Ignites Controversy, Builds Awareness

The U.S. State Department released its annual report detailing the persecution faced by religious minorities in the world.

North Korea: The Hole in the Map

The satellite images show a black whole between China, South Korea, and Japan. Due to their isolation, North Koreans live in the same darkness.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • December 16, 2011 |
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N. Korea in Turmoil as Power Transfer Nears

North Korea is quietly preparing for a successor to leader Kim Jong-Il. Meanwhile, the country is in turmoil with many dying from hunger caused by the cessation of food rations and widespread flooding.

Religious Restrictions Increased for 2 Billion People

A third of the world lives in nations where restrictions on religion have substantially increased, according to a new report.

North Korea: Currency 'Reform' Has Caused Chaos, Panic

Over the course of the past eight months, life in North Korea has changed. "It is downright chaos and utter panic," said one North Korean Christian.

Marching Toward Tyranny or Freedom?

Every Utopian vision—whether it's Marx's workers' paradise or the modern nanny state—leads to tyranny. Christians are rightly suspicious of all promises made by politicians on the right or left.

State Department Chides Eight Countries on Religious Freedom

The State Department designated eight nations as the most serious violators of religious freedom, naming the same countries as the Bush administration: Burma, China, Eritrea, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and Uzbekistan.

'Pinpricks' of Truth Making Way into North Korea

As refugees from North Korea and activists gather in Seoul this week, there are signs that North Korean citizens are accessing more truth than was previously thought.

Pray for the Persecuted Church

It’s hard to believe, but in our modern world there is a rise in the number of Christian martyrs.

  • Dr. Jerry Newcombe |
  • December 08, 2011 |
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N. Korea Named Worst Persecutor for 8th Year

North Korea again ranked number one on the Open Doors annual World Watch List (WWL). The ongoing crackdown on Christians in Iran bumped that country from the third on the list to second.

Amazing Growth: The 100,000-Member Korean Church

A Korean church that began with 13 people now has 100,000 members and 9,000 branch churches around the world.

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