Pine Bush erupted with another international news swirl around reactions to the reading of the Pledge of Allegiance in Arabic last week, despite years of it's having been pledged in other languages. School superintendent Joan Carbone and the PBSD board, headed by Lloyd Greer, came under fire for apologizing for the action while Pine Bush High class president Andrew Zink was jeered for his okaying the action, and became something of a celebrity in the process. Photos by Chris Rowley and Michelle Zink
How Does One Pledge?
Foreign Language Week Causes Pine Bush Furor
By Chris Rowley
PINE BUSH – By Friday last week, the BBC had it on their website, Al Jazeera had already reported it, every US network had covered it, and Fox News had gone with a headline reading "One Nation Under Allah." > MORE
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