Australian Kmart photo kiosks ban Christian words | My Christian Daily

Australia’s K Mart stores have causedoutrage after Christian words failed to print in the company’s photo kiosks.The Daily Telegraph reports that Words like “God”, “church”, “Jesus”, “Jewish” and “Bible” were listed as profanities and the machines did not let customers add the words to their photo captions.Predictably, words like “Koran”, “Islam”and “Allah” were all allowed to print.

Source: Australian Kmart photo kiosks ban Christian words | My Christian Daily

2 thoughts on “Australian Kmart photo kiosks ban Christian words | My Christian Daily

  1. Surprised? I think not. This is a false flag to see how the public will accept it at this time but will try again in the future, until it IS accepted. Thank you for the heads up.

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