Tripoli Teacher Asks Students to Beat Classmate to 'Discipline Him'

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A teacher in the northern city of Tripoli has beaten up a student in a brutal way with the aim of “disciplining” him, a media report said on Tuesday.

“The teacher A. Kh. of the state-run Disciplinary School in Tripoli's el-Mina has asked students to brutally beat up their classmate Elie Kh,” LBCI television reported.

The student was “slapped on the neck with the aim of disciplining,” LBCI added.

Comments 9
Thumb primesuspect 08 October 2013, 19:37

Such retards in schools or on naharnet ➚

Thumb benzona 09 October 2013, 00:37

I do hope this arrow is for the roaring dog, cat, whatever he is.

Thumb haile.selassie. 08 October 2013, 19:48

patriotic this is not sectarian or religious based to say where it could or could not happen. it could happen anywhere and the ministry of education should control that. dont forget we are living in a country where the majority of the population are suffering and can explode on one another in such an indecent way due to psychological illness which is caused by the insecurity poverty and exhaustion

Default-user-icon BASSAM (Guest) 08 October 2013, 20:26

Why are you saying this?
Can you also let us know where it might happen if it will and why ?

Thumb barbar 08 October 2013, 20:34

Makes me ashamed to be a Northerner. It's too sad to see how Tripoli has deteriorated.

Thumb cityboy 08 October 2013, 21:33

boy, when I used to be in school, I would have loved to have the privilege to beat some of the students in my class, even better with the teachers blessing. lol. At least school would have been a little more exciting. lol

Default-user-icon dddd (Guest) 09 October 2013, 12:06

glad he didn't ask them to rape him in the name of sex-jihad.
The teacher must be taught a good lesson.

Default-user-icon dddd (Guest) 09 October 2013, 13:26

I read the name 'elie',and it wasn't a muslim vs Christian comment as is, it was intended to Tripoli as a whole town of chaos and mayhem where u go unpunished for any crime! Amazingly I still cant understand how u found all these religious meanings in a line and a half I wrote.

Default-user-icon Petra (Guest) 09 October 2013, 12:28

From this report and the comments received so far it does not sound as though there is any respect for human rights or that there is any control and consequences for these acts of violence. What sort of society are the
Lebanese trying to create.