"Kim Jong Un, the current leader of North Korea, is guilty of the imprisonment of 30,000 of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Entire families have been imprisoned, even young children. As Christians in America we have a choice. We can remain silent. We can say an occasional prayer. Or we can stand up against such atrocities.
"The Voice of the Martyrs invites you to take part in a new ministry campaign. Sign a letter to the “supreme” leader of North Korea and let him know our commitment to stand with our brothers and sisters who are suffering persecution."
Letter of Confession
Please sign this letter of confession addressed to Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korea.
"Every day in North Korea’s prison camps, 30,000 Christians rise in the predawn hours, eat a few mouthfuls of corn porridge and cabbage, and trudge to an assigned workplace. They then spend about 15 hours toiling in coal mines, cleaning and maintaining the camp, or doing farm work or construction work. In late evening, they return to housing units or apartments above their workplace to eat the same meager meal before falling to sleep on concrete floors.
Other Christians are not so fortunate. Instead of laboring for hours at backbreaking work under the eye of cruel guards, they’re locked in torture chambers and underground prisons. Survivors of North Korean prison camps have described being locked in cages like animals, forced to stand for hours in tortuous positions and beaten until they vomited blood.
"About 200,000 North Koreans are thought to be detained in prison camps that aren’t even acknowledged by the communist government to exist. Authorities are very careful to conceal details about the camps from the outside world. The camps are disguised as military or farming facilities, and only officials with special security clearance are permitted to visit. During a United Nations investigation that culminated in an incriminatory report earlier this year, North Korean authorities repeatedly denied investigators entrance to the camps..."
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