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Amazing story of how Turkish police break up plot to assassinate Christian Pastor Emre Karaeli tells how 14 people plotted to assassinate a Christian pastor: Two of the suspects ‘were like family’ in the church, 1 got baptized in water, 3 of the suspects were female.

The 14 had collected personal information, copies of personal documents, created maps of the church and the pastor’s home, and had photos of those who had come to Izmit to preach.

Press reports said the Izmit anti-terror police decided to close in when they learned the network of suspects had brought in someone from Diyarbakir, in eastern Turkey, to carry out the murder.

The police are not talking about the arrests, claiming their investigation is ongoing.


Emre Karaali
Emre Karaali, Pastor of Izmir Protestant Church


ISTANBUL, Jan. 17 (World Watch Monitor) — Police in Turkey say they thwarted an assassination plot against a Christian pastor Tuesday when they arrested 14 suspects, two of whom had been part of his congregation for more than a year.

Emre Karaali, pastor of Izmit Protestant Church and the target of the alleged plot, said two of the arrested suspects were regular members, feigning interest in Christianity. One of them, he said, participated in a baptism in July.

Some of the other suspects also had visited the church, Karaali told World Watch Monitor. He said three of the suspects are women.

“These people had infiltrated our church and collected information about me, my family and the church and were preparing an attack against us,” said Karaali, 33, a native Turk and a convert to Christianity. “Two of them attended our church for…

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Two Killed for their faith in Christ in North Korea

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Two men were killed, one was shot to death while crossing into North Korea to see his family and share his faith with them, while the other was killed in one of  North Korea’s labor camps. The second man also took Bible classes in China, and 8 months later returned to North Korea, in spite of the danger he faced, by professing to be a Christian. He was arrested and sent into the prison camp, where he was forced to do hard labor, with very little food. Eight months later, it was confirmed that he was dead.

What amazing faith God has placed in these men, who faced certain death, sooner or later. The first one never even made it into North Korea. May God strengthen the North Korean Christians, who are a living and dying witness to the entire world, and who are counting it as gain to give up their lives, for the sake of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Two North Korean Christians have died because of their faith, a global persecution watchdog group revealed today.

Opens Doors USA confirmed the deaths of the two Christians, revealing that one was shot while he was leaving for Bible training in China, and that another one died in a labor camp in North Korea.

Read more at http://global.christianpost.com/news/two-north-koreans-killed-for-christian-faith-88516/#SkLAqQU1gaSD3VfT.99

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The Hidden Gulag

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“Those Who are Sent to the Mountains”

David Hawk

Description: Based on extensive interviews with over 60 defectors and more than 40 satellite photos of North Korean political prisoner camps, the report calls for the dismantlement of the vast North Korean gulag system in which 150,000 to 200,000 are incarcerated.

From Page 158: In the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, crimes against humanity are committed against persons sent to the political penal labor colonies. Evidence shows that:

1. Perceived or suspected “wrong-doers” or “wrong-thinkers,” or in some instances, persons with“wrong-knowledge,”123 and/or their family from the DPRK State Security Agency,124 which refuses to acknowledge the deprivation of freedom and refuses to provide information on the fate or whereabouts of those persons with the intent of removing those persons from the “protection of law” for a prolonged period of time.

2. The abducted persons are subjected to deportation or forcible transfer from the area in which they were lawfully present without grounds permitted under international law.

3. The abducted and deported persons are deposited at distant, remote, penal labor colonies or encampments, where they are subjected to “imprisonment or severe deprivation of physi- cal liberty in violation of fundamental rules of international law.”129 These abductions, deporta- tions and the subsequent imprisonments all take place without any judicial process. There is no arrest, charge, trial, conviction or sentence, as provided in the DPRK Criminal Code and the DPRK Criminal Procedures Code.

4.The prolonged, indefinite detention of family members is a violation of Article 26 of the ICCPR, “…the law shall prohibit any discrimi- nation and guarantee to all persons equal and effective protection against discrimination on any ground such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.” The imprisonment of family members amounts to what the ICC Statute terms as “persecu- tion.” Most family members of suspected wrong-doers or wrong-thinkers are detained for the rest of their lives in sections of the prison camps termed “total control zones.”

5. Once cut off from any contact with the coun- try or world outside of the prison camp, including former family and friends, the imprisoned persons are subjected, usually for a lifetime, to arduous forced labor under extremely severe circumstances. This begins with the provision of below subsistence level food rations.

7. Prisoners are regularly subjected to beatings and sometimes more systematic torture for infractions of prison camp regulations and during interrogations.

8.On numerous occasions, prisoners compelled to observe executions (which are carried out publicly to demonstrate to other prisoners the severe consequences of escape attempts and/or non-compliance with camp regulations) …

9. Prison camp officials and guards are regularly able to exact sexual relations with female prison- ers under circumstances that have been judged to constitute rape or sexual violence …

These are just a few excerpts from the  CONCLUSIONS in the Hidden Gulag Report. You can read the entire report here – http://www.hrnk.org/uploads/pdfs/HRNK_HiddenGulag2_Web_5-18.pdf

Photo via Google satellite via stormfront.org –

the rear of a secret Gulag (internment camp for Christians)

Paul Washer – How to abide in Christ

Published on Nov 12, 2012 by 

The Lord continues to empty us in order to teach us to lay aside all self-reliance that we might cling to Christ alone.

R. C. Sproul – Jesus and His Active Obedience

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I don’t think there’s any more important text in all of the New Testament that defines the work of Jesus than this one: That Jesus was sent to fulfill all righteousness. And what that means to the Jew, was to obey every jot and tittle of the law. Because Jesus is now not acting in His baptism for Himself, but for His people. And if His people are required to keep the ten commandments, He keeps the ten commandments. If His people are required to submit to this baptismal ritual, He submits to it, in their behalf. Because the redemption that is brought by Christ is not restricted to his death on the cross.

We’re seeing that in the work of redemption, God didn’t send Jesus to earth on Good Friday to die for the sins of the people and that will take care of it. No, Jesus, not only had to die for our sins, but He had to live for our righteousness. If all Jesus did was die for your sins, that would remove all of your guilt and that would leave you sinless in the sight of God, but not righteous. You would be innocent, but not righteous because you haven’t done anything to obey the law of God, which is what righteousness requires.

So, we have a doctrine in theology that refers to „The Active Obedience of Jesus”, as distinguished from the „Passive obedience of Jesus”. This doctrine is in great dispute right now, in particular among dispensational thinkers, which I find extremely unsettling. The passive obedience of Christ, refers to His willingness to submit to the pain that was inflicted on Him by the Father, on the cross, in the atonement. He passively received the curse of God there. The active obedience refers to His whole life of obeying the law of God, whereby, He qualifies to be the Savior. He qualifies to be the Lamb without blemish. He qualifies for the song „Worthy is the Lamb Who Was Slain”.  Through His total righteousness, He fulfills the law’s demand.

You remember the covenant with Moses: Everybody who fulfills the law receives the blessing. Those who disobey the law receive the curse. What does Jesus do? He obeys the law perfectly, receives the blessing, and not the curse. But, there’s a double imputation at the cross, where my sin is transferred to His account. My sin is carried and laid upon Him on the cross. But, in our redemption, His righteousness is imputed to us, which righteousness He wouldn’t have, if He didn’t live this life of perfect obedience. So, what I’m saying to you is, His life of perfect obedience is just as necessary for our salvation as His perfect atonement on the cross, because there’s double imputation. My sin to Him, His righteousness to me. So that is what the Scripture is getting at when it says, „Jesus is our righteousness.”

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