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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Kim Young-Hwan
An underground, democratic movement is active inside North Korea, a human rights advocate claimed Monday, surprising many observers skeptical that any organized opposition could exist in one of the world's most secretive, totalitarian states.
Kim Young-hwan, a South Korean critic of the repressive regime in North Korea, said that he was tortured during his captivity in China for information on North Korean dissidents.
Kim Young-hwan said he and three other South Korean activists were arrested in Dandong, China, near the North Korean border, on March 29 after they met with North Korean dissidents who had slipped into China.