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‘I’m just a kid, but you should have seen it’: Muslim teen speaks out about harassment at school

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“I just want to say that I’ve had a really rough couple of days, because I feel like the media is covering me really badly,” said Ahmed Al-Qawab.

I don’ know what I am supposed to do, I just want people to know that this is happening and it’s not going away. “

And the reason why I’m asking this is because I don’t know what to do.

And I would say to the media that this shouldn’t happen, this shouldn’ be happening to me. “

If I were a person of faith, I would tell you that this would not happen.

“People are being harassed because I’m a Muslim, because of my religion, because we are Muslims, and because of what the Prophet (saw) said, and he said ‘if you want to do something good, do it for the people that you love.’ “

“”The media is being really mean to me and I just feel like people don’t want to listen to what I have to say. “

So I’m just asking you to just keep quiet, just listen to me, and if you can help, just support me, because this is what I need, and this is not a bad thing,” he added. “

“The media is being really mean to me and I just feel like people don’t want to listen to what I have to say.

So I’m just asking you to just keep quiet, just listen to me, and if you can help, just support me, because this is what I need, and this is not a bad thing,” he added.

Al-Hassan was suspended from school and a senior in high school last week after telling a fellow classmate, “I want to kill all of you,” and posting pictures of the incident on Instagram.

He also said he intended to kill a classmate, but his threats were not considered grounds for expulsion.

“But if they see that I do it, they are going into panic mode and saying, ‘This guy has committed a crime and is a threat to the community.’ “

They are going to be taking my pictures, I’m sure of it, because it’s a Muslim school,” he said.

Al Hazmi was suspended last week for a single week and is scheduled to return to school this week.”

Al-Hazmi said that he has been subjected to homophobic and racist comments and has been threatened at school and online.

Al Hazmi was suspended last week for a single week and is scheduled to return to school this week.

“It’s going to cost us a lot, and it won’t be easy, but we are going there and we are just going to see if they do something.””

We’re going to make sure that they take action, and we’re going be in a position to take action if we see them doing that,” he told Breitbart News.

“It’s going to cost us a lot, and it won’t be easy, but we are going there and we are just going to see if they do something.”

Al Hazimi’s mother, Zahra, also spoke out on social media after her son’s incident, calling on the school system to take legal action against those who made the threats against him.

“I know you want me to take him to school, but please don’t make it worse for me.

We are a family,” Zahra wrote on Instagram, in a reference to her son.

We need the public to be able to support us in this and not have us lose our jobs.”””

Please take care of the students who are impacted.

We need the public to be able to support us in this and not have us lose our jobs.””

Please protect us, we will protect ourselves,” Zahara added.

“You should not make us feel like we are not good enough, and you should not force us to do what you want us to.

We deserve this and we deserve that we can have a better education, and the teachers should be able support us.””

I hope that the [Texas] Education Agency will take action and take action to protect our son,” Zahrana added.

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