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University of California Riots, Police Deployed

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The police were deployed at the University of California in the United States to stop a protest demonstration in favor of Palestine.

According to foreign media, 25 protesting students were arrested by police at California Polytechnic University on Tuesday, while the building was also cleared of protesters.

In a statement, the university administration responded by saying that the 25 protesting students face serious charges, including unlawful assembly, vandalism, conspiracy and assault on officials. to the police.

The administration added that what happened in the university cannot be called freedom of expression or protest. This is a criminal act, the administration is worried that it may spread to other campuses.

It is worth noting that on April 22, protesters surrounded the Simmons Hall of the University, named ‘Intifada Hall’, this is the same hall where the office of the President of the University is also located.

Although the police operation initially met with a strong reaction from the protesters, the police have now arrested the protesters.

According to the New York Times, on Monday night, campus police announced through loudspeakers that around 150 people would evacuate the building and declare the protest illegal.

However, around 2:30 in the morning, various agencies arrived in California, where the protesters were detained from Simmons Hall and another building.

Protesters at the university are demanding that the institution end business with Israel, end military support for Gaza, end ties with Israeli universities and remove student fees.

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