In the animal kingdom a weak dog shows his submission by turning on his stomach or placing his head lower than the dominant male.
Here the US President shows the Saudi King the respect he deserves as the current representative of Mohammad and “Guardian of The Two Holy Mosques”
QUESTION: How does one become a Muslim?
ANSWER: A single honest recitation of the Shahadah in Arabic is all that is required for a person to become a Muslim. This declaration, or statement of faith, is called the Kalima, literally “word”. Recitation of the Shahadah, the “oath” or “testimony”, is the most important of the Five Pillars of Islam for Muslims. Non-Muslims wishing to convert to Islam do so by a public recitation of this creed.
QUESTION: Did Obama ever make a “single recitation of the Shahadah in Arabic?”
In January 1968, Obama was registered as a Muslim at Jakarta’s Roman Catholic Franciscus Assisi Primary School under the name Barry Soetoro. He recited the Shahada many times both in daily class and at the week services.
“I was a little Jakarta street kid,” he said in a wide-ranging interview in his office. He once got in trouble for making faces during Koran study classes in his elementary school, but a president is less likely to stereotype Muslims as fanatics — and more likely to be aware of their nationalism — if he once studied the Koran with them.
Mr. Obama recalled the opening lines of the Arabic call to prayer, reciting them with a first-rate accent. In a remark that seemed delightfully uncalculated (it’ll give Alabama voters heart attacks), Mr. Obama described the call to prayer as “one of the prettiest sounds on Earth at sunset.”
In order to become a Muslim, one need only recite the Shahada once.