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The Day the North Korean Leader Cried

Things have never been more difficult in North Korea. The leadership is really suffering under the new sanctions enforced by the USA. For proof, look no further than a video of the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crying about his country’s terrible economy while surveying its coast. Japan’s Asahi Shinbun quoted a defector with contacts inside the country as describing

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Unsung Heroes in the Hermit Kingdom

As the United States celebrated the return of three Americans held hostage in North Korea, there was a group of heroes behind the scenes whose efforts went almost totally unnoticed – the workers at the Swedish Embassy in Pyongyang. The United States has no embassy or official diplomatic relationship with North Korea. When American missionaries are arrested in North Korea,

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Get your prayer in gear for Ramadan

In urban areas in the UK, Muslims have a strong and visable presence. This means Christians in the UK cannot ignore Ramadan as an exotic cultural expression of far-away nations. Muslims are their neighbours, their teachers, their class-mates, their collegues, their doctors and their friends. In this article, one British sister shares about her desire to make this time or

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What you missed last week

J28, a church in the North of England, hosted a mission conference last week, with Eugene Bach as one of the speakers. To share some of the blessings with you, one of the attendants wrote down her impressions. “I do not know how I am going to get there but I am definitely going!”, I thought to myself. The flyer

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Letter from the Office

Dear Friends, My position in the Back to Jerusalem USA office puts me in communication with many supporters of the BTJ Vision. Often I hear comments about how much you appreciate the ministry and the work that we do. Today I would like to let you know how much we appreciate you, and the support you all give to this

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