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Britain’s Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has “summoned” university leaders to lecture them on ending the “anti-Semitism” at the anti-genocide rallies at the universities, and on “ensuring Jewish students are safe, Sunak told Britain’s Cabinet on Tuesday,” Arab News reported today. A spokesman for the prime minister said Sunak expected university leaders to take “robust action” in dealing with the protests, the Evening Standard reported.

The summons comes after British students set up pro-Palestinian protest encampments at Oxford and Cambridge campuses yesterday, in a show of solidarity with their American peers. Today police broke up student demonstrations in the Netherlands, Germany, and France.

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