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    Asia News: “A North Korean Evangelical Christian was tortured and then killed in a Pyongyang’s prison. The victim’s brother pieced the story together and made it public. In a long interview, he slams the North Korean regime, calling it ‘hypocritical’, trying to be above any law, be it man-made or divine. Son Jung-hun, who now lives in South Korea, became a devout Christian after his brother Son Jong-nam was sentenced to death by the world’s last Stalinist regime.”


  • Posted: 07/07/2010
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  • Category: Global: Religious Liberty
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  • Source: www.asianews.it

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