#Do not touch a teacher #if you have something to say tell it to me

#Do not touch a teacher #if you have something to say tell it to me

Kvemo Kartli. Youth from Kvemo Kartli extend their support to Hamid Sadikov, a teacher of geography in Tazakendi, who has been forced by part of the population to apologize in the center of the village for his status related to kidnaping of a schoolgirl and posted in a social networ.

There has appeared a website in a social network that publishes the first video, in which Muslim youth address both Hamid and the public: “Hello, we have come, we are in front of you! We come to fight against injustice! We come to protest premature marriage and abduction of girls by force! Hamid, you are not alone! Do not touch a teacher, if you have something to say tell it to me! I am Hamid! We are Hamids!

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Source: The website in a social network

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