Muslim Outreach: NASA Censors “Jesus” From Christian Employee Club Emails
“NASA lawyers didn’t want innocent observers to come to the erroneous conclusion that the space agency endorses Christianity.” Of course not. Because it would rather endorse Islam. If “Muslim Outreach” is now one of NASA’s Obama-sanctioned covert goals and the reason why they’ve chosen to censor the name of Jesus, then the National Aeronautics and Space Administration might want to change its name. After all, the “NASA” acronym is far too similar to the Arabic word used to describe all us cursed infidels who worship Him: NASARA! …
Qur’an Sura 9:30, “… the Christians [an NASAra] say, ‘The Messiah is the son of [God].’ That is their statement from their mouths … May Allah destroy them …”
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By Jonah Bennett, The Daily Caller – “A legal group focused on religious liberty just threatened National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) with a lawsuit in response to the government agency’s censorship of the word ‘Jesus’ from emails.
In a letter sent Monday, the Liberty Institute stated that NASA lawyers pressured a group of employees at the Johnson Space Center to remove the word ‘Jesus’ from a club announcement. This demand took place in May and June of 2015.
These employees had formed a private group within the agency called the JSC Praise and Worship Club, an entity separate from the agency. As part of the group, employees meet together during lunch to pray, and no one is prevented from taking part in the group’s activities.
In an announcement email, one of the employees had used the word ‘Jesus.’ A few days after the email went out, NASA lawyers clamped down and said the use of the word was absolutely unacceptable and would not accept the group’s offer to issue any kind of disclaimer to downplay its use.
The reason it was unacceptable? NASA lawyers didn’t want innocent observers to come to the erroneous conclusion that the space agency endorses Christianity…” Read more.