NASA logo makeovers: New Arabic Sensitivity Administration

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NASA logo makeovers: New Arabic Sensitivity Administration

By Michelle Malkin  •  July 7, 2010 12:01 AM

MichelleMalkin.com readers have answered the call of duty! Last night, inspired by reader Duke, I put out a call for NASA logo redesign Photoshops to mock Team Obama’s Muslim-pandering makeover of the space program.

Entries are pouring in to my mailbox. Had to share some of the best and most pointed images with you right away. Pick your favorites:

From reader B. at The Snake on the Flag:

From Andrew Thomas at Dark Angel Politics:

From reader Igneus Ferreus, who writes that his design was “inspired by the existing logo, simplified Arabic, and Islamic symbols…For sharp-eyed star gazers (people actually interested in NASA performing scientific study), I have even included a depiction of Mohammad, in an homage to Lars Vilks. [Hint: think of a canine constellation and look to the right].”

Marooned in Marin also had a similar take, as did several other readers. Joel Munn of Washington is Broke offered the Muslim Aeronautics and Space Administration:

And reader Connor offered another star-and-crescent angle:

Another popular theme: Black burqa backgrounds. Sissy Willis’s take:

From reader Fred Fry:

Reader Sam came up with a sharia-compliant shuttle:

Reader Ken added the must-have accessory — the keffiyeh, of course:


J.R. at The Mock Box put Mo on the Moon:

Reader Yo Yo also re-purposed Kurt Westergaard’s Mo cartoon:

From reader @asilisart, a call to prayer:

An intergalactic message from reader Fin:

A related commentary from reader John G. on Obama’s downsizing of the space program: “Space flight on a budget!”

And from reader Paul C., a warm-and-fuzzy Obama Islamicized space logo:

I am sure the Nobel Prize committee is already preparing a science award for President Obama as we speak…

Thanks to all the entrants! No doubt they’ll all be on Janet Napolitano’s unacceptable “controversial opinion” master list before sunrise.

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