Christian Persecution Heaviest in North Korea

December 3, 2013

North Korea has been ranked by Open Doors as the hardest place in the world to be a Christian. It is illegal to be a Christian in the communist dictatorship under Kim Jong-Un, and those who are caught with a Bible face prison, public execution, or are sent to concentration camps.

 

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