When France’s Charlie Hebdo published a cartoon portraying two pig-like men chasing two terrified women with the upper left corner of the image with incscription referring to Aylan Kurdi, the Syrian toddler who drowned in the Mediterranean Sea last year, the Queen of Jordan posted on Twitter an otherwise very positive thought about the boy.
— Rania Al Abdullah (@QueenRania) January 15, 2016
Queen Rania chose a different approach to express her rejection of the cartoon and its message.
On Friday, she posted her own sketch on Twitter, using the iconic image of the drowned toddler and drawings of him as a child happily playing, as a student and as doctor.
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