North Korea BANS the crucifix as officials raid shops looking for cross…(Burn In Hell You Fat Toad!)

Saturday, August 6, 2016
By Paul Martin

NORTH Korea has banned all products bearing marks that resemble a cross, in a savage crackdown on Christianity.

By KATIE MANSFIELD
Express.co.uk
Sat, Aug 6, 2016

Government officials are confiscating items with crosses on labels and raiding shops for the markings.

In a bizarre move, students have even been told to be careful how they write the mathematical plus sign in case it is mistaken for a crucifix.

Clothing and hair clips are also being inspected by Kim Jong-un’s regime which is opposed to organised religion.

One trader, based in capital Pyongyang, told Radio Free Asia: “We’ve always had to make sure there were no Korean characters on the labels of products that we brought in from China.

“Now we have to check again to see that there isn’t anything that looks like a cross.

“Some designs on women’s clothing can look a lot like a cross, depending on who is looking at it.

“Cross designs also appear on women’s hairpins and hair bands and on men’s neckties.

“These products are more likely to be confiscated during customs checks.”

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