While Pine Bush High School in Pine Bush, New York participated in a week long study of foreign languages. The administration (school) thought it might be a good idea to broadcast OUR Pledge of Allegiance…in Arabic.

On nation under ALLAH???

Let my position on this be noted: that school is lucky I don’t have a child enrolled there. This is wrong on so many levels.

I’m not going to discuss those though, we all know why it rubs Americans & (veterans!!) the wrong way. Instead, I’m going to pose some questions:

Would Americans allow the schools to recite our pledge of Allegiance in GERMAN in 1944? If not, Why do you think that is? What makes this any different?

School days

I’m directing these towards those who support this and question those of us who oppose. I don’t have a problem with studying Arabic, I guess, but I feel it was in VERY BAD TASTE to recite the Pledge in that language, considering everything going on in the world today.
Remember, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.”

God bless America.


4 thoughts on “The Pledge of Allegiance. In Arabic

  1. Thank you for your comment. You’re correct in saying Allah had nothing to do with our blessings in our country, but he seems to have wrangled his way into our every day lives. I’m all for learning about different cultures, beliefs and languages, I think one becomes more well rounded in their thinking. But when ideas and beliefs are forced upon us and we (as a free nation) are afraid to say… ANYTHING out of fear of offending someone, when our flag becomes the symbol of a racist nation, we have a problem. It seems to me that all of this began when Allah was introduced to America. He has no place here. He and the west don’t meld, they never have.


  2. Thank you again. .. Is not the language, but the credit for the abundance of the blessings we enjoy in this country, had nothing to do with Allah. Unless Allah and Jehovah are the same person, but that’s a different discussion.

    I am blessed to be able to speak multiple languages fluently. Translation is more than a word for word exercise. Anyone who understands multiple languages, would agree. God doesn’t translate to Allah anymore than God would translate to Buddha when translated to Chinese. It takes a huge amount of laziness to screw up the translation that badly, unless it was intentional. Just sayin’..

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