Continuing with the popular series ‘From the Mouth of a Child,” Baylay, a young American teenager, shares her views and perspectives about differences and similarities between the United States and Saudi Arabia…
What is your name?
Where do you live?
What is your nationality?
How old are you?
Who is the leader of Saudi Arabia?
I have no clue.
What is the capital of Saudi Arabia?
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?
What is the best thing to do in the United States?
Go to a Broadway show.
Why do women wear black in Saudi Arabia?
To show their figure.
What is a muttawa?
A thing you put over your face.
What is the adhan?
Are there muttawa in the United States?
What is a Muslim?
Someone that believes in Buddhism.
What is a Christian?
Someone that believes that Jesus died on the cross and rose again. That He is the truth & the Light and the only way to heaven is through Him.
Do Muslims and Christians like each other? Why or why not?
No. Because of their religion and their different ways of living.
What do Saudis like to eat the most?
Rice & Beans
What do Americans like to eat the most?
What would you like to say to other children around the world?
Jesus loves you.
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