Physical violence is any writing or drawing that contains sexual or racial overtones that students commit on the walls of the school, in the toilets, or on the covers of their books and pamphlets. It is a means addressed to either their colleagues who are considered ‘enemies’ to them or to their teachers and teachers, and these writings and drawings usually include threats that reach ‘revenge’ and defame and incite against students and professors, and with the spread of types of paint bottles intended for writing and drawing on the walls, the discipline of the disciples torn to transform walls of schools to the scene of confrontation with each other.
It is a new type of violence whose heroes are groups of pupils organized in the form of gangs usually led by a student characterized by an aggressive tendency, and these gangs terrorize the other pupils and blackmail them and compel them to pay some money and give up their expensive clothes, seize their mobile phones, and take away valuable items such as watches and devices the computer. Usually, these organized gangs deal with people from outside the school environment who have known their forensic precedents to increase pressure on fellow students from other students to submit to their requests.
The spread of means of communication among students from mobile phones and portable computers, and the involvement of thousands of them in social media spaces, contributed to the emergence of a new type of violence that has become widely circulated among them, such as sending threat messages via mobile phones or creating pages on Facebook networks to incite A classmate must discredit a teacher and even post scandalous images, threats and spread terror.