Thursday, September 27, 2007

One million reported to be in North Korean concentration camps

He refused to say how the Open Doors investigation had been conducted in the isolated nation, citing concerns about the safety of those involved in the research. "Many lives could be lost," he said. The Open Doors revelations come after previous reports of alleged atrocities in the camps, including in a remote north-eastern corner of North Korea, close to the border of Russia and China.

It makes you wonder.

It wouldn't surprise me if North Korea became a hotbed of Christianity. Persecution has a way of doing that.

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