Tuesday, March 27, 2007

18 more North Korean refugees find freedom

February was a banner month for Helping Hands Korea in terms of rescues of North Korean refugees. All totaled and by God’s grace, 18 refugees were aided through two key partnerships to safety: some to Mongolia, and some via SE Asia.

Included in this number were 9 female refugees, ranging in age from 5-70, who came through Laos and into Thailand.

Helping Hands Korea’s “route” and helpers were also helpful in bringing to a third country three young North Koreans who’d been identified as believers inside their Stalinist country & thus had had to flee North Korean secret police.

--Tim Peters, Helping Hands Korea

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