The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
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A South Korean Christian who taught languages to two abducted and murdered Chinese nationals at his school in Pakistan has been arrested.
Police in Pakistan also arrested members of the man’s family. He is being accused of training Chinese people to do Christian missionaary work in Pakistan.
The South Korean man’s school is in Quetta, southern Pakistan. He had lived in Pakistan for six years.
Li Zingyang, aged 24, and Meng Lisi, 26, were abducted and murdered by Islamic State after it was learned they were using business visas as a cover for missionary work.
They were among about a dozen Chinese people ostensibly studying Urdu and at least one other language at his school.
‘The Korean family was training the Chinese nationals in missionary work,’ said Quetta police official Abdul Razzaque Cheema told the Pakistan daily newspaper DAWN. ‘Wepost was originally published on this site