North Korean propaganda video: Christians are 'spies' on 'mission from the enemy'

By The Christian Post

North Korea, led by Kim Jong-un, ranks as the worst country for Christian persecution on the annual Open Doors World Watch List. | Reuters/Korean Central News Agency (KCNA)

A newly-discovered propaganda video reveals how the North Korean government seeks to silence Christianity by painting believers as “religious fanatics” and “spies” bent on undermining the stability of the hermit kingdom. 

The video, obtained by The Voice of the Martyrs, a Christian nonprofit that supports persecuted believers all over the world, was allegedly used to teach state security agents how to identify and silence those who promote religion inside North Korea. 

The video features the story of Christian evangelist Cha Deoksun, who, after suffering during the Great Famine in the 1990s that killed an estimated 2.5 million people, illegally fled to China in search of her uncle. After learning her uncle had died, Deoksun  went to the Seotap Church, where she heard the Gospel for the first time. 

Source:The Christian Post