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ICC Note:  

The tension between North Korea and the U.S. has made it almost impossible for certain groups in North Korea to receive assistance. Due to the persecution that Christians experience in North Korea, some of the victims rely heavily on the assistance, like food delivery,  they get from churches in the U.S. Without this type of help, more than 2,500 orphans and 500 hospital patients will continue to suffer greatly.

10/21/2017 North Korea (Baptist Standard) – Two months after Texas Baptist Men appealed to the U.S. Department of State to grant a Dallas Korean Baptist minister permission to enter North Korea with food for orphans and hospital patients, Yoo Yoon still has no answer.

Yoon, director of the Korean-American Sharing Movement of Dallas, has traveled to North Korea about 30 times since 1996 to supervise the delivery of food, medical supplies and other resources provided by TBM and other donors to schools for orphans and hospitals.

In July, Yoon delivered 60 tons of soybeans to schools and a hospital in Wonsan and Moonchun, both in North Korea’s Kangwon Province.

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