5 Years Have Passed Since the Abduction of Raymond Koh

The photo shows pastor Koh with his family. (Photo courtesy of VOM USA on Facebook.)

Sunday will mark the five-year anniversary of Pastor Raymond Koh’s kidnapping. This Malaysian pastor ran a ministry helping people with HIV/AIDS, recovering addicts, single mothers, and children. But on February 13, 2017, three vehicles forced him off the road and mysterious attackers dragged him out of his car.

Todd Nettleton with The Voice of the Martyrs USA says, “There is footage of him being taken. It is a military-style precision operation that took less than 40 seconds. He disappeared. There’s been no sign of him since then. His car has never been located. It’s like he fell off the face of the earth. We’re waiting still for the Malaysian government to hold someone accountable for that.”

“The reports and studies have suggested that it was the intelligence police that was involved.”

The Malaysian government formed a task force in 2020 to investigate the disappearance. But since then, the group has not released any information about the kidnapping.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

CALL TO ACTION

  • Ask God to comfort Pastor Koh’s family.
  • Pray many ethnic Malays will begin following Jesus despite government restrictions.

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