Anti-war protesters in Gaza ask for amnesty to avoid sanctions for protests in the United States

Anti-war protesters in Gaza ask for amnesty to avoid sanctions for protests in the United States

Maryam Alwan thought the worst was over after the city police riot unit NY arrested her and other protesters on the Columbia University campus, put them on buses, and held them in custody for hours.

But the next night, the college student received an email from the university. It informed her that she and other students had been suspended following their arrests at the “Gaza Solidarity Camp,” a tactic that universities across the country have implemented to quell growing campus protests against the war between Hamas and Israel.

The repercussions for students have become a central part of the protests, with students and a growing number of teachers demanding their amnesty. The question is whether colleges and police will drop charges and not apply other consequences, or whether suspensions and criminal records will follow students into adulthood.

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