A Syrian boy, who was attacked in a shared video on the Internet, left to England to cry for the bullying he had received since his arrival in England.
Speaking only to ITV News, the 15-year-old refugee described how he had been targeted by bullies for the last two years, which cannot be named for legal reasons.
“I felt unsafe everywhere – even to go to the shop,“ said the teenager, who came to her family through the United Nations program.
"I couldn't work or do my homework.
"I woke up at night and started crying because of this problem.
"When I saw everyone looking at this video, I felt embarrassed about myself and why. I was really sorry about that."
The video of the event that took place on October 25 in Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield was viewed millions of times online and provoked anger and led a well-intentioned person to create an online audience funding page for him.
West Yorkshire Police said in a statement: "In connection with a 15-year-old youth attack in Almondbury, a 16-year-old youth who appeared in a video published yesterday in social media and interviewed in the media because of an offense of assault reported for notifications. "
Young, ITV News, bullying and racism during his time in Britain was so bad that he did not want to go to school, but persevered because he wanted to read.
“I don't feel safe at school. Sometimes I tell my father I don't want to go to school anymore. Bazen
Acak When I came to England, I was disappointed because I thought my life would be good, and if I studied at school I would be really good. And I couldn't reach any of them. Ve
The 15-year-old said he was "upset" to respond to the ongoing tyranny of the school, claiming that the school had recommended him to drop out of school to eliminate school.
Di When I came to England I felt safe and none of this happened. Everyone started talking about the law – everyone said it was lawful.
"I was following the law, I was trying to be safe and none of this happened. I was trying to call our municipality to help us, but they didn't. I was trying to tell the police, they didn't listen." either. "
The family of young people fled from Homs in 2010 at the age of eight.
In 2016, they moved to Lebanon before resettling in England.