North Korea Is One Big Prison!


I tend to doubt that Red China, itself a dictatorship, will pay much attention to this petition, but nevertheless we offer it so you can sign up against the hideous penitentiary called North Korea.

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TELL CHINA TO STOP REPATRIATING NORTH KOREAN REFUGEES TO AN OPPRESSIVE REGIME!

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International Christian Concern needs your help! Please join us and raise your voice in defense of the thousands of North Korean refugees who face incredible danger upon their forced return from China.

Koreans being held by Chinese authorities face imprisonment, torture and possibly death if they are forcibly repatriated back to their country.

Under a 2010 law, North Koreans who leave the country without permission are considered guilty of “treachery” against the nation – a crime punishable by death.

It is estimated there are between 50-70,000 Christians being held within the prison camps. Life inside the camps are similar in fashion to the conditions and treatment of victims of the Holocaust during World War II.
We call upon you to raise your voices in defense of the thousands of North Korean refugees who face incredible danger upon their forced return from China by signing the petition telling China to stop repatriating North Korean Refugees!
Petition to Stop the Repatriation of North Korean Refugees! 
North Korean Refugees face the reality if captured by Chinese officials they will be returned to the world’s most repressive regime. For the past three decades, North Korean refugees have fled their homeland searching for freedom and opportunity.
As refugees seek their way to South Korea where they are able to seek refuge, they must face a dangerous crossing into China. Unfortunately if defectors are captured by Chinese officials they are repatriated to North Korea where they may face reprisals or punishment for their actions.
For those repatriated by Chinese authorities, they are immediately interrogated by North Korean security on whether they interacted with religious institutions, missionaries, and or South Korean citizens. Although some are let go, during such time they may be severely beaten, deprived of sustenance, and tortured.
Some may be killed or charged “treachery against the nation” and sent to political prison camps (Korean name: Kwan li-so).
Please take just a moment and click on the link to sign the petition telling China to stop repatriating North Korean Refugees!
Please also share this petition with your friends and family!