THE DEVIL IS A LIE: TWO-YEAR-OLD TODDLER IN NORTH KOREA HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO LIFE IN PRISON BECAUSE THE PARENTS WERE CAUGHT WITH A BIBLE. Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, Rebukes KIM JONG-UN OF NORTH KOREA For this Demonic Cruelty. He Calls on President Joe Biden of the U.S., President Xi Jinping of China, President Vladimir Putin of Russia, Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of the United Kingdom, President Emmanuel Macron of France, President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to Contact Kim Jong-Un Immediately and Tell Him This Is Beyond the Pale and Tell Him That GOD WANTS HIM TO “LET MY BABY GO!”
A toddler was sentenced to life imprisonment in North Korea after the child’s family was found in possession of a Bible, according to a new report by the US State Department.
Although the incident took place in 2009, it has been highlighted in the department’s new report on international religious freedoms this month, citing data from Korea Future, a non-governmental organisation documenting human rights abuses in North Korea.
“One case involved the 2009 arrest of a family based on their religious practices and possession of a Bible.
“The entire family, including a two-year-old child, were given life sentences in political prison camps,” it said.
There are estimated to be between 200,000 and 400,000 clandestine Christians in the North Korea, mainly in the West where many are believed to have settled after an “explosion” of interest in the religion in 1907.
Korea Future’s report was based on interviews between 2007 and 2020 with 244 victims of religious persecution, who had been subjected to arrest, detention, forced labour, torture, denial of fair trial or right to life, and to sexual violence, for practicing shamanism, or Christian beliefs.
Paranoiac lack of tolerance
The findings reflect the regime’s paranoia over religious minorities and its lack of tolerance for any belief other than absolute devotion to the ruling Kim family as they seek to maintain their iron grip on power.
Source: msn, Nicola Smith