An arrest campaign against pro-Palestinian demonstrators on American university campuses An arrest campaign against pro-Palestinian demonstrators on American university campuses

An arrest campaign against pro-Palestinian demonstrators on American university campuses

An arrest campaign against pro-Palestinian demonstrators on American university campuses

The American police continue their campaign of repression and arrests of pro-Palestine demonstrators at a number of American universities. On Saturday evening, the Indiana University Bloomington Police Department said in an email statement that 23 protesters had been arrested there.

The American police continue their campaign of repression and arrests of pro-Palestine demonstrators at a number of American universities.

On Saturday evening, the Indiana University Bloomington Police Department said in an email statement that 23 protesters had been arrested there.

Massachusetts State Police also announced in a statement that it had helped evacuate a protest camp at Northeastern University in Boston, and that 102 protesters who "refused to leave were arrested and will be charged with trespassing," she said.

Northeastern University said in a statement on social media that it had decided to call the police, claiming that “what began as a student demonstration two days ago was infiltrated by professional organizers with no connection to Northeastern.”

Arizona State University also said in a statement that campus police arrested 69 protesters at the university on Saturday evening.

With the same justifications, the university claimed that “a group of people, most of whom were not ASU students, faculty or staff, set up camp and organized a demonstration” and were arrested and charged with criminal trespassing after refusing to disperse.

On April 18, pro-Palestinian students at Columbia University in the United States began a sit-in in the campus garden to protest the university’s continued financial investments in companies that support the occupation of Palestine and “genocide” in Gaza. 108 students were arrested during the demonstrations.

The demonstrations also spread to other leading universities in the United States, such as New York University, Yale University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of North Carolina.

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