Wednesday, March 8, 2017

China Kicks Out Korean Missionaries in ‘Unprecedented’ Numbers

Scores of Protestants expelled near North Korean border as tensions rise over THAAD missile defense. In the past few months, China has expelled dozens of South Korean missionaries from Jilin, a northeastern province that neighbors North Korea. News media reported the raids, with estimates of the total expulsions ranging from 30 to 70. "Chinese authorities raided the homes of the missionaries, citing a problem with their visas, and told them to leave," one human rights activist and pastor told Agence France-Presse (AFP). He said that most were on tourist or student visas. “[It] was very exceptional,” one anonymous source told the Financial Times. “The missionariesRead More →

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