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Attacked and injured refugee children from classmates
Several refugee children have been attacked and injured in a school in Wurzen from classmates. As the Police Directorate Leipzig announced on Thursday, five children were spat upon by a group of eighth graders on Wednesday pelted with stones, pushed and jammed in a door. A nine year old girl suffered accordingly a Knochenabsplitterung in the right arm. Another 14 years old girl also had to be treated with bruises on her arm from the ambulance. The three other children were unharmed.
It must pause for thought if teachers and school management reach because of their experiences to assess, to hold talks with the parents of the aggressor partially for not effective and expedient.
From the police report
It was not the first incident
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The school is considering penalties for dei attacker.
Police are investigating for grievous bodily harm. The children whose parents have applied for asylum, visit reportedly less than a month since a so-called DAZ class (German as a second language). Within these four weeks, they had already been attacked five times verbally and physically. The alleged perpetrators were coming from a particular group of eighth graders. The children concerned are therefore for the time being no longer sent by their parents to school because there stand their safety into question. The school now wants to decide about possible consequences according to the information. It will examine how the school and the integrity of the children could be saved. Tested would thereby also concrete school punishment for the attackers.
However, school is not a place where a possible legal political convictions determines the standard. This is also evident that Saxon Education Agency, school administration and police department of Leipzig are not willing to stand idly the emergence of a new generation of dull Jungnationaler just because the parents may tolerate or even reward.
From the police report
Andres Loepki, Police Directorate Leipzig eighth graders engage foreign classmates Anan a school in Wurzen have several eighth-graders attacked refugee children and partly seriously injured. Police spokesman Loepki informed about the progress of the investigation. 10.12.2015, 22:05 clock | 05:52 min