Shukri’s uncle Mustaf Omar, 29, said: “We are not happy with the lack of information in the report. It’s a whitewash. We hoped the school would interview Shukri’s mother for this report and other parents whose children might have experienced bullying but they weren’t approached.
“It was very insulting that we were asked to go to the police station to receive this school report. We asked for an interpreter for Shukri’s mum, Zamzam, but there was no interpreter there. Zamzam just sat there crying. In the end we walked out of the police station in protest about the way we were treated.”*rolls eyes*
Shukri’s mother, Zamzam Arab Ture, is calling on the school to be investigated for a potential breach of its duty of care towards pupils.
She said: “If the rights we came to this country for exist I want something done.”You've got a bloody nerve demanding your 'rights' when you haven't even bothered to learn the language of the country you came to!
An investigation has been launched into whether police treated Shukri’s family “less favourably” because of their ethnic background.Of course it has.