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More than 20 believers from Yanji Town, Ezhou, Hubei were beaten up during a gathering

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(China Aid Association Hong Kong-based special correspondent Qiao Nong) Several dozens of believers from the house church of Yanji Town, Ezhou, Hubei organized a gathering on August 22nd. The local government dispatched more than 20 unemployed hooligans to beat up the believers. According to...

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VOICE OF THE MARTYRS DELIVERS PETITION FROM KOREAN CHRISTIANS TO SRI LANKAN EMBASSY: “PROTECT OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS”

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In the face of increased attacks on Sri Lankan Christians by Buddhist monks, Voice of the Martyrs presented the Sri Lankan Deputy Ambassador and embassy staff with a petition signed by more than 1,000 Korean Christians to prosecute perpetrators of violence and uphold freedom of religion for...

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Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, President of the Voice of the Martyrs Korea, gives lecture at the 2017 Consultation for Women Serving in Contexts of Persecution

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Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, President of the Voice of the Martyrs Korea, is giving a lecture   Dr. Hyun Sook Foley, President of the Voice of the Martyrs Korea, attended the 2017 Consultation for Women Serving in Contexts of Persecution held at the Christian Guest House in Bangkok, Thailand from...

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Intimidation and Violence Against Christians in Sri Lanka, January – June 2017

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Voice of the Martyrs Korea, Sri Lankan analyst has documented over 40 new cases of violence against Christians in 2017. Much of this violence has been perpetrated in the name of a 2008 government circular which states that churches need to be registered with the government. This circular has...

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Petr Jasek Shares Update About His Time In Prison

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After spending 445 days imprisoned in Sudan on false charges that included “espionage” and “waging war against the state,” long-time VOM-US staff member Petr Jasek is finally home with his family in Prague. For nearly 15 months, Petr Jasek was moved among five prisons in...

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