Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Our Prayers Are With Our South Korean Brothers and Sisters

Afghan Police Find Body of Second South Korean Hostage

Police discovered the body of a second South Korean hostage slain by the Taliban in central Afghanistan while the group threatened Tuesday to kill more hostages if their demands were not met by Wednesday, the latest of several deadlines.

South Korea, meanwhile, pleaded with the international community to set aside the normal practice of refusing to cave into hostage-takers' demands, as it urged a peaceful resolution to a standoff. Twenty-one South Koreans remain captive.


I hope everyone joins me in praying for the South Korean hostages and their families and friends. Please, remember, So. Korea, we will stand with you in this and hope all have a safe return!


Anonymous bobcat said...

They are in my prayers!

5:10 AM  
Anonymous tom said...

i hope they understand why nobody can ever give in to the hostage-takers - unless they want to encourage more of this barbarous behavior...

5:15 AM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

You know, hostages have been taken for years, and killed if the demands were not met.

Haven't the bad guys figured it out yet? Demands can never be condoned. Yet they keep kidnapping hostages.

The whole scenario is just pointless!

8:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The biggest sin of these brave South Koreans? They are Christian missionaries. The muzzies claim to hate Jews more than any other group, but that doesn't explain them raping and beheading Christian schoolgirls in Thailand, does it? It doesn't explain them killing Hindus or Buddhists by the truckload in India or Western China, does it? Speaking of China, as much as I hate commies, trhey have blazed a path in dealing with Muzzie terrorists. They had some terrible problems with muzzies in their western provinces between 5-10 years ago. What do you want to bet they went through there with a "blow torch" and dealt with that problem. They don't mess around when it comes to internal security!


5:44 AM  

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