...as found by BBC Monitoring 13 February 2017 LinkedIn Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption South Korea marked 100 years since Ahn's execution with rallies in 2010 - his distinctive hand shape can be seen here in the framed portrait A police force in South Korea has faced criticism after using the iconic handprint of a Korean independence fighter on posters warning about terrorism, it's reported. The posters were put up in a shopping centre in the Bupyeong district of Incheon, a city just west of Seoul. They feature two hands with the words "Stop! Terrorism" underneath, followed by a plea for people to remain vigilant, the Korea Times reports . But the handprint used is that of Ahn Jung-geun, a Korean nationalist who in 1909 assassinated prominent Japanese statesman Hirobumi Ito, the former resident governor of Japanese-run Korea. Ahn is reviled in Japan and a government spokesman branded him a "terrorist" in 2014. But he's celebrated as a hero in South Korea, where his distinctive handprint - with half of the ring finger missing - has become a patriotic symbol, the paper notes. The poster prompted online criticism after it was shared on social รองเท้าส้นสูง networks, with some people asking if it was meant to imply that Ahn was a terrorist, Chosun.com reports . But it seems that whole thing was simply the result of an image search gone awry.
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