Police at UCLA clear anti-Israel encampment, detain agitators

Article originally appeared on www.foxnews.com.

After classes were canceled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) on Wednesday amid ongoing safety concerns stemming from anti-Israel protests on the campus, the university has been forced to move courses remotely on Thursday and Friday.

The new guidelines said campus operations “will be limited” through the end of this week. “Per Academic Senate guidance on instruction, all in-person classes are authorized and required to pivot to remote tomorrow and Friday,” read a statement from Bruins Safe Online.

“Please continue to avoid campus and the Royce Quad area,” it added. The campus remains open; however the university is urging students to avoid Dickson Plaza (Royce Quad) as police have ordered an evacuation due to an unlawful assembly.

The statement comes amid a massive anti-Israel demonstration, where protesters have erected a fence to keep out law enforcement officers. Police remained on the sidelines until Thursday morning, …

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