A young girl who lived in a Syrian refugee camp before coming to America was allegedly attacked in a High School bathroom stall by another student who wanted to use it to smoke a vaporizer.

The video was posted on Facebook by high school senior Alexis Work and shows a hijab-wearing student being confronted while walking out of a bathroom stall by another teen at Chartiers Valley High School in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania.

It is hard to make out exactly what the two are saying to one another, but the altercation seems to begin after the teen threatening the 14-year-old victim for telling her she was “not allowed to do that [vape] in here.”

‘You’re lucky you’re from another language because I will crush you b***h,’ the girl in the sweater yells.

After the fight that ensued, the victim ended up with a concussion and severe bruising. The Council on American-Islamic Relations is now calling for a state and federal investigation because the student who was attacked is Muslim, according to WTAE.

The president of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said the victim moved to the United States with her family a few years ago from Syria after spending two years in a refugee camp.

“They were fleeing anarchy, violence, and the complete breakdown of the social system, governing system so they came to a civilized place and we all assured them this is the most civilized place in the world. To see this kind of violence take place, it’s very disappointing,” she said.

Chartiers Valley School District says it will enforce the maximum discipline available according to district policies.

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