We learn much from the responses and insights of children. As this series continues American Bedu had the opportunity to personally ask questions to a teenage girl from North Carolina. If mom’s from around the world wish to share these questions and the answers from their children with American Bedu readers, please contact me at email@example.com
What is your name?
Where do you live?
What is your nationality?
How old are you?
Who is the leader of Saudi Arabia?
I don’t know
What is the capital of Saudi Arabia?
We learned it in school but I forgot.
Who is the leader of the United States of America?
What is the capital of the United States of America?
How many hours does it take to go from America to Saudi Arabia?
What is the best thing to do in Saudi Arabia?
Go to all the historical places
What is the best thing to do in the United States?
See all the landmarks like the Statue of Liberty and go to all the States
Why do women wear black in Saudi Arabia?
To show something that happened
What is a muttawa?
I don’t know
What is the adhan?
I don’t know but I think it is a building
Are there muttawa in the United States?
What is a Muslim?
A follower of the Islamic belief
What is a Christian?
A follower of Christianity
Do Muslims and Christians like each other? Why or why not?
No. Because I think their religion is too different for them to see eye-to-eye
What do Saudis like to eat the most?
I don’t know; I would say chicken and rice
What do Americans like to eat the most?
What would you like to say to other children around the world?
I would like to say that wherever you are if something is happening, there will always be a way through it and a light at the end of the tunnel.
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