On a hot July morning in Afghanistan, 23 South Korean Christian aid workers awoke with plans for a busy day of service. Their intentions were honorable: with a team of medical providers, they hoped to contribute in a small way to the international development initiatives in this war-torn country, demonstrating the love of Christ as they served. As they proceeded throughout their day on the rented bus, they never dreamed their world would change so abruptly. They soon became pawns in a political battle, their motives questioned and their lives endangered. By the end of the day, they were prisoners of the Taliban.
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