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Sister Huddersfield school refugee also “attacked”

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Caption captionSince then, another video has appeared about a separate incident with a boy’s sister.

A video appeared showing that the Syrian refugee’s sister, who had been attacked at the same school where her brother had allegedly been subjected, had been attacked.

Online videos show that a 15-year-old boy was pushed to the ground at the Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

A 16-year-old should be charged with assault.

Further, a video of a separate incident allegedly shows that the boy’s sister is being attacked by other students.

The frame shows how the girl is pushed out from behind, and then pushed to the side of the grass.

At the end of the clip you can see it falling to the ground.

In a statement, West Yorkshire police said: “We were informed about a video in which a girl was attacked at the Almondbury Community School.

“The incident was not previously reported to the police, but we are now in touch with the girl’s family, who continue to support.”


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Police said the video was filmed at Almondbury Community School.

The first video showing how the boy was dragged to the ground before the water poured into his face was shot during a lunch break on October 25, West Yorkshire police said.

His father, who cannot be called for legal reasons, told the BBC that the attack left his son "very psychologically tired."

“Because of what happened in the video, my son is broken,” he said.

“He does not concentrate on learning. When he sleeps, he wakes up, saying that he wants to beat me. ”

In an interview with ITV News, the boy said that he was left "to feel that I could not study or do my homework."

In a letter to parents, head teacher Trevor Bowen said: “The safety and well-being of students is our number one priority, and I can assure you that this situation is taken very seriously.”

The online fundraising page, created to help a 15-year-old boy and his family, collected more than £ 100,000.

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