Saudi Arabia is one of very few countries in the world that don't accept the UN's Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Considering it was established in 1948, it's probably about time to take a look.
5. Discriminating against women
The list of injustices Saudi women face is colossal, ranging from not being allowed to drive, to extreme difficulty obtaining divorce.
Although domestic violence against women was criminalised in 2013, the Grand Mufti has a lot left to work on before he should be allowed to tackle the tricky issue of chess.
Despite having one of the world's most powerful economies, a quarter of Saudis live in poverty. Hey, King Salman, fancy sharing some of that multi-billion dollar personal fortune?