In another video, the victim's sister too is being seen pushed and mocked by a group of pupils at the school, forcing the girl to fall on the ground.
A 16-year-old boy has been interviewed over the attack on the boy, and reported for summons for an offence of assault ahead of a youth court appearance.
In the video, the young boy - identified only as Jamal at the time of this writing - is thrown to the ground by 16-year-old Bailey McLaren, who then pours water on his face as to "waterboard" him.
The victim told ITN News he felt alienated by fellow students and no longer feels safe attending school in Huddersfield.
"There was no further police action and the matter was referred to the school", the police said.
According to the Daily Mail, the victim is believed to have fled the Syrian city of Homs, which was under siege between 2011 and 2014 following protests against dictator Bashar al-Assad. "And the whole world is looking at us".
Police said Jamal had suffered a wrist injury in another attack in October and a lawyer representing the family told reporters on Wednesday that his younger sister had been bullied so much at the same school that she tried to kill herself.
He said: "We can't accept this type of behaviour whether the victim is Muslim or non-Muslim". "If these people didn't have the support of their peer groups, they wouldn't do it", said Prof. "I just don't want anything bad to happen to anyone". "And we've been re-assured by the school".
"I was feeling like I couldn't study my homework and stuff", he added.
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"It shouldn't have got to social media before they acted". Prof. Vaillancourt said that parents should talk pre-emptively about bullying to their children, making it clear they will be supportive. They think I'm different - different from them.
-Throughout the campaign I have increased the target of the funds and I will continue to do so as I feel it is important that we raise as much money as possible for the family. But it's much easier for them to take to Twitter with their disgust than engage in an analysis that recognises such violence is situated in a broader context; one where aggressively xenophobic, dehumanising politics and policies is the norm.
"Not just the school system, there is something not right".
New footage emerged Wednesday showing a teenage girl in a pink hijab being shoved by teenagers.
The alleged perpetrator has been the subject of hundreds of violent threats online.
Dr Lisa Doyle, Director of Advocacy at the Refugee Council, said: "We are utterly shocked and appalled by the attack on a 15-year-old boy who came to the United Kingdom in search of safety".
The page says this "waterboarding" incident comes after "months of bullying".
In the wake of the incident, Jamal's unnamed bully wrote a letter to The Sun Online, claiming the pair were in fact "on good terms".