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punishment in Syrian school

  • Djdamm
  • uploaded: Sep 29, 2010
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  • Violeta#

    Violeta March 18, 2011 2:14:03 AM CET

    Wow, i wonder if these women have kids of their own or even a heart. It's very interesting that they have not yet being beat up by one of the parents. What would i do? I think i would go crazy looking for those %^&%&^*s who hurt my kids.

  • Liveecarbme#

    Liveecarbme March 17, 2011 8:08:45 AM CET

    Anyone here ever go to Catholic school? It's pretty much the same.

  • Thruster#

    Thruster September 30, 2010 2:24:43 PM CEST

    They would not get to do that to my kids, I would hack their heads off right in their own F**kn kitchen.

  • Nalenasko#

    Nalenasko September 30, 2010 1:45:14 PM CEST

    poor education my friend, it has nothing to do with islam cause this is forbidden in islam. But with ur 3classes of scool what else can we here from u

  • Lanoe#

    Lanoe September 30, 2010 1:30:06 PM CEST

    People, next time also read all what is said before judging: This video showing torture of Syrian elementary schoolchildren has triggered an outcry in Syria and calls for the disciplining of the two teachers involved. A Facebook group, called "Help us to identify the two teachers who have tortured our children", about this has already garnered 2764 members thus far and many are calling for the identification and punishment of the two teachers depicted in the video viciously beating pupils on their hands and feet with a stick. Because of the tremendous popular outrage, the Syrian government is beginning to address this issue seriously for the first time. The Ministry of Education has promised to help identify the teachers by sending delegates from the Ministry of Education to every elementary school in Syria with pictures from the video to help them recognize the suspects. However, many Syrians believe that the government's response is merely for show, and "the corporal punishment depicted in the video is everywhere in Syria, and is a policy of the Syrian regime to raise children with a culture of fear from the day they start their schooling," a Syrian dissidents who prefers to remain anonymous said. "It's funny that the government hasn't identified the teachers yet; if two teachers criticized Assad, it would take the government less than two hours to verify the identity of the suspects. But the Syrian government doesn't really care about corporal punishment on Syrian school children. Syrian prisons apply crueler punishments against political prisoners every day, so I think the governmental response was only a decoration." In comments: Good news: According to syria-news. com the two teachers were identified and%uFEFF withdrawed from school-teaching. Read the updated description. Thanks to @2005power for the hint.

  • Roger#

    Roger September 30, 2010 3:32:12 AM CEST

    aah this is culture right?

  • Screamindevil#

    Screamindevil September 30, 2010 3:25:35 AM CEST

    One potato, two potato, three potato, four....ok kids, now lets play ring around the rosie.

  • Richie66#

    Richie66 September 29, 2010 11:43:50 PM CEST

    This it what we call a uneducated country beating up little kids how sad. Her time will come don't worry people life is like a boemerang everything you throw away will come back at you sooner or later.

  • Spaceman#

    Spaceman September 29, 2010 10:49:54 PM CEST

    I was caned at school in london, in the 80's.Some of them teachers seem to like it a bit to much,but I was I little bastard.

  • Bilbow#

    Bilbow September 29, 2010 9:49:26 PM CEST

    islam can go to fucking hell it was written by a twat and is supported twats but idont mean blind followers, if she did that to my kid i'd punch her face in



 
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