Why Has the North Korean Regime Tried to Crush Religion? — Bishop’s Encyclopedia of Religion, Society and Philosophy

Human rights violations are well-documented under the secular regime of North Korea (1). According to the United Nations, the nation’s population lives under “systematic, widespread and gross human rights violations” ranging from totalitarian rulership, media control, prison camps, forced labour, lack of women’s rights, and a lack of religious freedom (2). Presence of Religion in […]

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