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Freedom of religion in North Korea is officially a right in North Korea. North Korea is considered an atheist state, where it is reported that the government continues to interfere with individual's ability to practice a religion, even though the Constitution guarantees "freedom of religious beliefs." The regime reportedly continues to repress the religious activities of unauthorized religious groups. Recent refugee, defector, missionary, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) indicate that religious persons engaging in proselytizing in the country, those who have ties to overseas evangelical groups operating across the border in the People's Republic of China, and specifically, those repatriated from China and found to have been in contact with foreigners or missionaries, have been arr

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  • يكفل دستور كوريا الشمالية «حرية الاعتقاد الديني». لكن على أرض الواقع ليس في البلد حرية اعتقاد. ذكر تقريرٌ اختفاء 200,000 مسيحي على الأقل منذ عام 1953. يقال إن المسيحيين هناك هم الأشد تعرّضًا للاضطهاد في العالم. جمهورية كوريا الديمقراطية الشعبية دولة لاإلاهية رسميًا، والسياسة الحكومية لا تنفك تحُول بين الفرد واختيار الاعتقاد الديني وإظهاره، ولا ينفك النظام يقمع الأنشطة الدينية التي تمارسها جماعات دينية غير مصرّحة. تشير التقارير الحديثة الخاصة باللاجئين، والمنشقين، والمبشرين، والمنظمات غير الحكومية، إلى أنْ سُجن وعُوقب عقوبات قاسية كل من: المتدينين المنخرطين في التبشير هناك، والمتصلين بجماعات إنجيلية أجنبية تعمل في جمهورية الصين الشعبية، والذين أُرجعوا من الصين وعُلم أنهم على اتصال بأجانب أو مبشرين. يتعرض للإعدام أو التعذيب مَن ضُبط بإنجيل من الأناجيل المسيحية التي تُعد رمزًا للغرب. لم يزل اللاجئون والمنشقون يزعمون أنهم شهدوا في الأعوام السابقة اعتقالات وإعدامات ينفذها النظام على أعضاء كنائس مسيحية سرية. يصعب التحقق من تلك المزاعم، لتعذر دخول البلد أو الحصول على معلومات فورية. (ar)
  • Freedom of religion in North Korea is officially a right in North Korea. North Korea is considered an atheist state, where it is reported that the government continues to interfere with individual's ability to practice a religion, even though the Constitution guarantees "freedom of religious beliefs." The regime reportedly continues to repress the religious activities of unauthorized religious groups. Recent refugee, defector, missionary, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) indicate that religious persons engaging in proselytizing in the country, those who have ties to overseas evangelical groups operating across the border in the People's Republic of China, and specifically, those repatriated from China and found to have been in contact with foreigners or missionaries, have been arrested and subjected to harsh penalties. Refugees and defectors continued to allege that they witnessed the arrests and execution of members of underground Christian churches by the regime in prior years. Due to the country's inaccessibility and the inability to gain timely information, this activity remains difficult to verify. (en)
  • En Corea del Norte, la constitución establece la “libertad de religión”, la República Popular Democrática de Corea es un Estado laico. Los gobiernos de Estados Unidos y Corea del Sur son las principales fuentes de información de religión en Corea del Norte. El régimen continúa reprimiendo las actividades religiosas de los grupos religiosos no autorizados. Refugiados recientes, desertores, misioneros y los informes de organizaciones no gubernamentales (ONGs) indican que las personas que se dedican al proselitismo religioso en el país, aquellos que tienen vínculos con grupos evangélicos extranjeros que operan en la frontera con la República Popular China y específicamente, de los repatriados desde China y que han estado en contacto con extranjeros o misioneros, han sido detenidos y sometidos a duras penas. Los refugiados y desertores continuaron alegando que fueron testigos de las detenciones y la ejecución de miembros de iglesias cristianas subterráneas por el régimen en años anteriores. Debido a la inaccesibilidad del país y la incapacidad para obtener información oportuna, la continuación de esta actividad sigue siendo difícil de verificar. (es)
  • A liberdade religiosa na Coreia do Norte é quase inexistente: é oficialmente um estado ateu, e a política governamental continua a interferir na capacidade do indivíduo de praticar uma religião, embora a Constituição garanta "liberdade de crenças religiosas". O regime continua a reprimir as atividades de grupos religiosos não autorizados. Recentes relatos de refugiados, desertores, missionários e organizações não governamentais (ONGs) indicam que pessoas religiosas engajadas em proselitismo no país, aquelas que têm laços com grupos evangélicos estrangeiros operando na fronteira no República Popular da China e, especificamente, aqueles repatriados da China e encontrados em contato com estrangeiros ou missionários, foram presos e sujeitos a penas severas. Pessoas encontradas com bíblias cristãs, consideradas um símbolo do Ocidente, podem ser executadas ou torturadas. Refugiados e desertores continuaram a alegar que testemunharam as detenções e execuções de membros de igrejas clandestinas cristãs pelo regime em anos anteriores. Devido à inacessibilidade do país e à incapacidade de obter informações oportunas, essa atividade continua difícil de verificar. (pt)
  • 朝鲜民主主义人民共和国基本不存在宗教自由——该国奉行国家无神论,当局及其制度继续干涉公民的宗教自由,尽管《朝鲜宪法》第五章第六十八条规定“公民有宗教信仰的自由”,但当局仍然压制未经许可宗教团体的宗教活动。近期来自难民、脱北者、传教士和非政府组织的报告表明,宗教人士在该国参与传教活动,联系在中华人民共和国境内活动的境外福音团体的人(尤其是被中国大陆遣返且与外籍人士或传教士有接触的人)被捕并遭重罚。持有《圣经》(当局认为是“资本主义象征”)的人或会遭死刑或酷刑。一直以来,难民和脱北者声称他们目睹了当局在数年前处死地下基督教会成员的情况。由于该国交通不便加之难以第一时间取得相关信息,这些事件的可信度仍然存疑。 (zh)
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  • June 2018 (en)
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  • This organization has been accused by organizations such as Human Rights Watch and the National Council of Churches of promoting biased agendas to promote Christianity to the exclusion of other religions, and this statement is directly contrary to testimony from actual NK citizens such as found on Youtube and elsewhere. (en)
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  • 朝鲜民主主义人民共和国基本不存在宗教自由——该国奉行国家无神论,当局及其制度继续干涉公民的宗教自由,尽管《朝鲜宪法》第五章第六十八条规定“公民有宗教信仰的自由”,但当局仍然压制未经许可宗教团体的宗教活动。近期来自难民、脱北者、传教士和非政府组织的报告表明,宗教人士在该国参与传教活动,联系在中华人民共和国境内活动的境外福音团体的人(尤其是被中国大陆遣返且与外籍人士或传教士有接触的人)被捕并遭重罚。持有《圣经》(当局认为是“资本主义象征”)的人或会遭死刑或酷刑。一直以来,难民和脱北者声称他们目睹了当局在数年前处死地下基督教会成员的情况。由于该国交通不便加之难以第一时间取得相关信息,这些事件的可信度仍然存疑。 (zh)
  • يكفل دستور كوريا الشمالية «حرية الاعتقاد الديني». لكن على أرض الواقع ليس في البلد حرية اعتقاد. ذكر تقريرٌ اختفاء 200,000 مسيحي على الأقل منذ عام 1953. يقال إن المسيحيين هناك هم الأشد تعرّضًا للاضطهاد في العالم. (ar)
  • Freedom of religion in North Korea is officially a right in North Korea. North Korea is considered an atheist state, where it is reported that the government continues to interfere with individual's ability to practice a religion, even though the Constitution guarantees "freedom of religious beliefs." The regime reportedly continues to repress the religious activities of unauthorized religious groups. Recent refugee, defector, missionary, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) indicate that religious persons engaging in proselytizing in the country, those who have ties to overseas evangelical groups operating across the border in the People's Republic of China, and specifically, those repatriated from China and found to have been in contact with foreigners or missionaries, have been arr (en)
  • En Corea del Norte, la constitución establece la “libertad de religión”, la República Popular Democrática de Corea es un Estado laico. Los gobiernos de Estados Unidos y Corea del Sur son las principales fuentes de información de religión en Corea del Norte. (es)
  • A liberdade religiosa na Coreia do Norte é quase inexistente: é oficialmente um estado ateu, e a política governamental continua a interferir na capacidade do indivíduo de praticar uma religião, embora a Constituição garanta "liberdade de crenças religiosas". O regime continua a reprimir as atividades de grupos religiosos não autorizados. Recentes relatos de refugiados, desertores, missionários e organizações não governamentais (ONGs) indicam que pessoas religiosas engajadas em proselitismo no país, aquelas que têm laços com grupos evangélicos estrangeiros operando na fronteira no República Popular da China e, especificamente, aqueles repatriados da China e encontrados em contato com estrangeiros ou missionários, foram presos e sujeitos a penas severas. Pessoas encontradas com bíblias cris (pt)
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  • حرية الدين في كوريا الشمالية (ar)
  • Libertad de religión en Corea del Norte (es)
  • Freedom of religion in North Korea (en)
  • Liberdade religiosa na Coreia do Norte (pt)
  • 朝鲜宗教自由 (zh)
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