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In Rumania the first question asked of a pastor or a priest of any denomination, is: Has he been in prison? Reverend Wurmbrand: Yes Senator Dodd: Were you kept in the same prison until your release in 1964? It was in the most beautiful building of Bucharest in the building of the Secretariat of State for Internal Affairs. And of 100 prisoners who had been in that cell, in that corridor, everybody recognized that it is his wife or that it is his girl. Never will a Westerner understand, if I would not have the mark on my body, which are my credentials.
It is a building before which all foreigners stand and admire it. Senator Dodd: Excuse me, never will who understand? Reverend Wurmbrand: A Westerner can't understand God is here and knows that I will not tell you the while truth because if I will tell you the while truth, you will faint and rush out of this room, not bearing to hear what things have happened.
Chairman, this letter of credentials, which I shall read pursuant to your instructions, was given to Dr. Hedenquist, who is the mission director of the Svenska Israels missionen. It reads: "Pastor Richard Wurmbrand is a refugee from Rumania, a country which he had to leave because of the antireligious persecution.
And there, beneath the earth, 10 meters beneath the earth, are the cells. For years I have never seen sun, moon, flowers, snow, stars, no man except the interrogator who beat, but I can say I have seen heaven open, I have seen Jesus Christ, I have seen the angles and we were very happy there. They beat nails in the feet of the cat and the cat was hanging with the head down, and can you imagine how this cat screamed and the prisoners, mad, bead on the door, "Free the cat, free the cat, free the cat," and the Communists very polite, "Oh, surely we will free the cat, but give the statements which we ask from you and then the cat will be freed," and I have known men who have given statements against their wives, against their children, against their parents to free the cat.
Never will it fall." It has been reproached to me that in a sermon I have said Christians must practice patience, patience, and again patience.
"Ah, you meant that the Americans will come and we must be patient until they come." Everything was misinterpreted, and so the license has been withdrawn from me.
We don't introduce ourselves to each other, and if somebody asks the name of the other one, we know that he is the informer of the secret police. Reverend Wurmbrand: The Christians sustained me everywhere. In all these years of prison we never had a book, we never had a but of paper, we never had a newspaper, nothing to distract our mind except that from time to time tape recorders were put on the corridor. We didn't know what has happened with the Communists that they make us enjoy, and after 10 or 15 minutes at once you heard, "Ha, ha, ha don't beat," the torturing of a woman.
And so we have developed a technique of secret church work and so I could work. I had no salary, I had no regular salary but the Christians everywhere sustained me. Senator Dodd: You were rearrested in 1959, as I understand it. Senator Dodd: Could you describe for us the cell in which you were kept in solitary confinement? In solitary confinement I was the first 2, nearly 3 years. This lasted for half an hour the torturing of a woman.
Reverend Wurmbrand: He is the former secretary of the World Council of Missions. And very sorrowfully in the West I found people in the West, even religious leaders, who told me the same thing: "Preach Christ as much as you like but don't touch Communists." Senator Dodd: As I understand it, you said you came to this country 3 weeks ago. Reverend Wurmbrand: Yes, and then imprisoned again in January 1959 to 1964.