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Prince Mishaal bin Abdullah received the pledge of allegiance from the citizens on behalf of the crown prince.
Byline: The Register-Guard Eugene City Councilor Mike Clark would like his colleagues to recite the Pledge of Allegiance before starting their sessions.
Hamas to Adopt Pledge of Allegiance --Move Taken in Response to Israel Citizenship Loyalty Oath The de-facto Hamas government in Gaza has announced it will adopt a "pledge of allegiance to Palestine" for school children, the Palestinian daily AL QUDS AL ARABI reported on Thursday.
Their claim is based on a questionnaire Palin filled out when she was running for governor of Alaska in 2006, which asked the candidates if they were "offended by the phrase 'under God' in the Pledge of Allegiance.
A generation ago some Yale students made up a pledge of allegiance to the UN: "I pledge allegiance to the UN and the Peoples Democracies for which it stands, one world, under Reason, with social and economic justice for all" (from National Review).
Each day, he and fellow POWs would hang the shirt on the wall and recite the pledge of allegiance.
2) directly addressed whether the 1954 insertion of ``under God'' into the Pledge of Allegiance was constitutional.
14 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Family Research Council (FRC) President Tony Perkins issued the following statement condemning a decision by a San Francisco Federal Judge striking down the recitation of the pledge of allegiance by California school children: "Today's disturbing decision is yet another example of runaway judicial activism which is trampling our freedoms and stripping America of any recognition of her religious heritage.