Thanks for posting an interesting question.
The resolution you asked about dates back to 1933, and the text can be
found at this site:
I've copied it here for your convenience:
1933 - LEGISLATIVE JOURNAL - HOUSE - PAGE 5759
RESOLUTION No. 75
Mr. WITKIN, Mr. Speaker, I desire at this time to call up Resolution
No. 75, Printer's No. 1034.
The Resolution was read by the Clerk as follows:
In the House of Representatives, April 17, 1933.
Many sons and daughters of that proud and handsome race which inspired
the architecture of Northern Africa and carried into Spain the
influence of its artistic temperaments have become citizens of this
In the City of Philadelphia there exists a Moorish-American Society
made up of Moors who have found here the end of their quest for a home
and of the children of those who journeyed here from the plains of
This Society has done much to bring about a thorough absorption by
these people of those principles which are necessary to make them good
These Moorish-Americans have since being here missed the use of the
titles and name annexations that were so familiar at home and which
are used in accordance with the doctrines of the religious faith to
which they are adherents therefore be it,
Resolved That this House commends the Moorish-American Society of
Philadelphia for the eficient service it has rendered the Nation in
bringing about a speedy and thorough Americanization of these former
Moors and that in accordance with the fullest right of religious
independence guaranteed every citizen we recognize also the right of
these people to use the name affixes El or Ali or Bey or any other
prefix or suffix to which they have heretofore been acccustomed to use
or which they may hereafter acquire the right to use.
On the question, Will the House Adopt the resolution? It was Adopted May 4,1933
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