The Saudi Arabian Flag elevated over the flag of the United States at Bauder Elementary last week (see article below) contains an Arabic inscription and a sword on a green background. Everything in the flag is significant.
The Saudi flag is difficult to distinguish from the flag of the terror group Hamas, because the backgrounds of both are solid green, and they both contain an Arabic inscription. Green is the sacred color of Islam. It is used also on the flags of Iran and Libya because of the Islamic connections. Other Muslim nations have green stripes or color on their respective standards.
The sword on the Saudi flag is the sword of Islamic conquest. Muslims believe every person must convert to Islam, by force if necessary. It doesn't matter if you are atheist, agnost, Buddhist, Christian or worship the environment. They believe you must be Muslim, and the sword indicates their determination to either save or kill.
The inscription on the Saudi flag is the official proclamation of Islam, written in Arabic. In English, it reads, "There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his prophet." In short, this is not merely a national flag, but a religious flag as well.
This ideology was elevated above the flag of the United States within an elementary school. Who did it? What message does it convey? What is the school doing today as they teach their children? Will they pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States? We don't know. They won't say.