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In this speech, Mr. Sweilem, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education in Damietta Governorate, received Bismala Ali Abdul Hamid, a student at the Mohammed Jamal Saber Preparatory Mixed School of the Department of Education in Damietta Governorate. Damietta Educational, in his office in the Directorate’s office, to rehabilitate her after being subjected to some inappropriate words from her teacher, which he described as “black.”
Suwailam told the student’s father that he had dismissed the teacher from the school as punishment for this irresponsible behavior, and also decided to refer him for investigation by the department’s legal affairs.
The Deputy Minister of Education in the province, in a statement to «Al-Masry Al-Youm», that «the behavior of the teacher in the right of his pupil is rejected in form and subject is not appropriate to the profession of the Supreme Teacher based on respect and appreciation and non-discrimination», noting that he asked Abdel-Gomaa, The Damietta Educational Administration, the investigation of the incident, and the right of the student to the psychological damage suffered by the behavior which he described as “irresponsible” by the teacher.
He pointed out that he was also keen to call the student to his office to respond to his mind and to confirm the rejection of this behavior, and praised the scientific level, which was clear during the visits of mentors, and demanded serious consideration and he wishes to see it from the first to the entire province.
Dr. Manal Awad, Governor of Damietta, presented a bouquet of flowers to the student in Samla during her visit to the school of Martyr Mohammed Jamal Saber, a joint preparatory school in Sinanieh after being subjected to abuse and bullying by a teacher, stressing that «we are against discrimination and cherish our country and our destiny».
The Governor also emphasized the necessity of adhering to values, principles, good qualities, good morals as well as religious and humanitarian constants for their importance in building society. The teachers were also instructed to work on establishing these values among students as a feature of civilized societies.
For her part, Bismala says that «her teacher has always embarrassed her colleagues in the classroom, and asked them to express the word (Bsmlp black schoolgirl), which called for some of her colleagues to mock and ridicule them, making them collapse from crying inside the classroom, and responded to that teacher threatened to expel them from If the separation continues to cry ».
“My father noticed my bad psychology and insisted on knowing why I had to tell him what the teacher said. My father got angry and filed a complaint with the administration and administration, but he continued insulting me and scolding me. This led me to file a formal complaint with the Office of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Education, In the complaint, the teacher of the Arabic language took my example and gave it to him (his black pupil, who expresses this phrase). This led to the abuse of the student’s psychological condition, her sense of racism from her colleagues.
“I immediately ordered Mr. Sweilem to come to his office immediately. He confirmed that there was no distinction between black and white in Egypt. The incident was individual and taught me and my father. He told me that the teacher had been removed from school and the matter had been transferred to legal affairs.”