World War 3: American attack helicopters MOBILISED in Seoul as North Korea tensions soar


Apache helicopter and Kim Jong-unThe south’s Maritime Counter Special Operations (MCSOF) unit is being boosted by the addition of nearly 50 Apache choppers to counter a possible attack by Kim Jong-un’s regime from the sea.

The AH-64D Apaches – the same model of helicopter piloted by Prince Harry – have joined a MCSOF exercise already underway in the Yellow Sea, to the west of the Korean Peninsula.

The announcement comes as North Korean special forces have been spotted near the Northern Limit Line (NLL), the disputed maritime border between the rouge state and South Korea…. read more

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EQUIP AND EMPOWER MORE SECRET BELIEVERS IN NORTH KOREA


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Your gift will help raise the $175,000 we need by October 29 to help provide Bibles, emergency food, medicine, safe houses, training and other critical resources to strengthen secret believers and the underground church in North Korea.

EQUIP AND EMPOWER MORE SECRET BELIEVERS IN NORTH KOREA GOAL: $175,000 BY OCTOBER 29

Hostilities in the Korean peninsula have spiked higher than at any other time in the previous decade.

Even as I write, the world watches the lingering threat of war.

But what you don’t see or hear about, on the evening news, are the precious believers hidden in plain sight.

And through God’s protection and grace, we’ve expanded our underground network in North Korea to smuggle supplies and resources to strengthen untold numbers of secret believers.

It’s tedious work. And it’s dangerous. So dangerous, in fact, I can’t share many details in writing.

But I can share that the result is nothing short of a miracle—God is using these resources to strengthen His church and expand His Kingdom in North Korea.

Our partners on the ground report believers are being empowered to pass on their faith—even amidst the incredible risk!

And I believe God is calling us to do more…

That’s why we’ve stepped out in faith and have established a goal of raising $175,000 by October 29 to provide resources to Christians in North Korea that will equip them with everything they need to endure today’s uncertainty and stay strong in their faith.

  1. Bibles
  2. Emergency Food
  3. Medicines
  4. Safe Houses
  5. Training
  6. Other Critical Resources

And I’m turning to friends like you for help. This is about more than survival. It’s about igniting a spark of revival in one of the most oppressive areas on the planet.

We know that the spiritual battle always intensifies when God is doing something amazing.

But please don’t wait. Anything you can give now, God will use to strengthen and equip His people who refuse to worship Kim Jong-un and who risk everything to follow Christ.

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

In Christ,

Dr. David Curry
President/CEO
Open Doors USA

North Korea proves it CAN hit Guam with fresh missile launch: Kim Jong-un brags that he has ‘won a shining victory’ over America after firing missile 2,300 miles – enough to hit US territory


Eye on Guam: Friday's missile test flew 2,300miles - 200miles further than the distance from Pyongyang to U.S. Pacific territory of Guam - and landed in the sea Kim Jong-un has called Friday’s missile test launch over Japan a ‘shining victory in the standoff with the United States’, claiming that the U.S. is in ‘mortal fear’ of North Korea.

The missile flew over the northern island of Hokkaido, where thousands were awoken by air-raid sirens for the second time in just three weeks, and landed some 1,240 miles off the cape of Erimo just before 7am local time (10pm Thursday GMT).

The rocket, believed to be a intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), flew for about 19 minutes over a distance of about 2,300 miles, according to South Korea’s military – far enough to reach the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, which is 2,100 miles from North Korea…. read more

North Korea says nuclear tests are ‘gift packages for the US’ and warns more will follow


North Korea said nuclear tests are “gift packages” to the United States and that more will follow.

Han Tae Song, the ambassador of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to the UN in Geneva, made the comment during a UN-sponsored Conference on Disarmament today.

The warning comes two days after his country detonated its sixth and largest nuclear test.

“The recent self-defence measures by my country, DPRK, are a gift package addressed to none other than the US,” Han told the Geneva forum…. read more

What the Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You: The Church in North Korea


For nearly three decades, one Christian human rights group has carried out an unusual aerial offensive to encourage North Korea’s secret believers.

Every week, hundreds of bright orange balloons, with all 16 chapters of the book of Mark inscribed on it, float into North Korean airspace.

“One slight change in the wind direction could mess up the mission,” said Peter, the lead organizer of the balloon operation.

Peter started the project with the aim of getting the Word of God into North Korea. He dubbed the mission Operation Dandelion…. read more

Humanity and North Korea by Hal Lindsey


In the last few days, the United States and North Korea have engaged in a battle of blazing rhetoric. It’s been a cold war of hot words.

After the UN Security Council passed a sanctions resolution against North Korea last week, the rogue state promised a “thousands-fold” revenge against the United States. They threatened to “turn the U.S. mainland into the theater of a nuclear war.”

President Trump said, “North Korea best not make any more threats to the United States. They will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

Acting as an accelerant on the blazing rhetoric was news that North Korea has now passed another milestone in its quest to make the U.S. mainland vulnerable to its nuclear weapons. On Tuesday, major media outlets, starting with the Washington Post, began saying that the Defense Intelligence Agency now believes North Korea has the ability to miniaturize nuclear weapons for use on ICBMs…. read more

North Korea at nuclear threshold. What about Iran?


read more …. US intelligence also estimates from recent tests that North Korea is likely to be able to launch intercontinental ballistic missiles by next year So America now faces is a ruthless, unpredictable dictator who will soon be capable of of launching a nuclear attack on its mainland. This threat confronts President Trump with a scary test..

But while all eyes were fixed on the burly dictator in Pyongyang, hardly anyone noticed that North Korea and Iran this week signed a series of new military accords which are no less dangerous to world peace.

Parliament Speaker Kim Yong Nam, who is rated No. 2 in the Kim regime, ended a 10-day visit to Tehran on Monday, Aug. 7 by inking the new agreements. His official errand in Tehran was to represent Pyongyang at the swearing-in ceremony of President Hassan Rouhani and inaugurate the new North Korean embassy building in the Iranian capital. But he came with a large delegation of North Korean military officers who spent hours in conference with the heads of Iran’s nuclear and missile programs, as well as the leaders of the powerful Revolutionary Guards.

The precise details of Pyongyang’s continued contribution to the upgrade of Iran’s technology in those areas under close wraps. But for Kim, the important thing is Iran’s multibillion dollar investment in the partnership in return in return for allowing Iranian engineers and scientists to work alongside North Korean experts in the two fields.

The irony is that, while the Security Council unanimouslyy approved tough economic sanctions estimated to cost North Korea an estimated $1bn in state revenue – for which President Trump praised the world powers – Kim has managed to lay his hands on enough cash from Tehran to keep his nuclear and missile programs moving apace. Some of that cash comes from the sanction relief the Americans and Europeans granted Iran for signing its 2015 nuclear deal.

North Korea now making missile-ready nuclear weapons, U.S. analysts say


North Korea has successfully produced a miniaturized nuclear warhead that can fit inside its missiles, crossing a key threshold on the path to becoming a full-fledged nuclear power, U.S. intelligence officials have concluded in a confidential assessment.

The new analysis completed last month by the Defense Intelligence Agency comes on the heels of another intelligence assessment that sharply raises the official estimate for the total number of bombs in the communist country’s atomic arsenal. The U.S. calculated last month that up to 60 nuclear weapons are now controlled by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Some independent experts believe the number of bombs is much smaller.

The findings are likely to deepen concerns about an evolving North Korean military threat that appears to be advancing far more rapidly than many experts had predicted. U.S. officials last month concluded that Pyongyang is also outpacing expectations in its effort to build an intercontinental ballistic missile capable of striking cities on the American mainland…. read more