Sábado, 17 de agosto, 2019 | 11:27 pm

Los países donde está prohibida la Navidad

A group of men dressed up as Santa Claus pose 22 November 2007 in front of a job agency in Hamburg, northern Germany, where some 60 people, students, unemployed, or people who want to earn an extra, were given a job as Santa Claus. They already are booked for some 200 events, but it will be up to 600 until Christmas. They have to by their costume themselves and are paid an average of 100 euros for a two-hours performance.    AFP PHOTO   DDP/DAVID HECKER    GERMANY OUT
A group of men dressed up as Santa Claus pose 22 November 2007 in front of a job agency in Hamburg, northern Germany, where some 60 people, students, unemployed, or people who want to earn an extra, were given a job as Santa Claus. They already are booked for some 200 events, but it will be up to 600 until Christmas. They have to by their costume themselves and are paid an average of 100 euros for a two-hours performance. AFP PHOTO DDP/DAVID HECKER GERMANY OUT


Pese a la gran difusión de la Navidad, en muchos países existen territorios, en su mayoría con tradición musulmana, que no la ven con buenos ojos, hasta el punto de prohibir cualquier manifestación relacionada con ella.

Países como Tayikistán, Arabia Saudita, Brunéi, Somalia está prohibido celebrar la Navidad. A su vez, China, pese a su apertura al capitalismo, busca conservar sus tradiciones milenarias y por tanto ha vetado la Navidad en algunas zonas.