Saudi Arabia vs. Pride

In this piece I wanted to represent the level of anti-homosexuality in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia currently has laws against homosexuals where the punishment is death. The man in the middle is Saudi Arabia's ruler (Salman of Saudi Arabia) and he is pushing apart the Saudi Arabia (represented by the Saudi Arabian flag) and homosexuality (represented by the rainbow pride flag). I drew him pushing apart the two halves of the heart to show how no one is even trying to change the way the laws have been created and who against because the king opnly speaks out against homosexuality and homosexuals.

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  • Hammond School logo sociable_volcano | Hammond Junior School B
    13 Feb 2020

    The Saudi-Arabian ruler is just creating laws that he enjoys and trying to get people not to like each other. The people of Saudi Arabia should be allowed to abide by their own rules. Not ones that were only created to break friendships. The rules are unfair in the way that perfectly normal people are just dying and being taken apart by a rule that only the ruler of Saudi Arabia likes.

    On the other hand, I don't live in Saudi Arabia so I don't know what it is like. The ruler is the one that has to live there so I can understand how he is allowed to make the laws up.

    In conclusion, the Saudi-Arabian people should be allowed to do what they want.

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