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This does “nothing” for regime change, said Dr. Meir Javedanfar, an Iranian lecturer at Reichman University, as he explained that the impact would largely be domestic. Information ... Read More

She backed Israel; her son led a protest. Could they withstand war?

Emily Strong in her son Eric’s room at her home on May 3, 2024, in Andover, Mass. (Joe Buglewicz for The Washington Post) One Tuesday night last fall, Emily Strong’s teenage son called and ... Read More

Iranian rapper Toomaj Salehi sentenced to death for backing protests

An Iranian court has sentenced a dissident rapper ... The rapper has been jailed for more than a year and a half for supporting protests sparked by the 2022 death of Mahsa Amini. Read More

In campus protests, students are wary of the media

Student spokesperson Sueda Polat speaks at a news conference as protesters demonstrate ... (Victor J. Blue for The Washington Post) NEW YORK — The sign said “Welcome to the People’s Universi ... Read More

Hamas and Iran celebrate anti-Gaza war protests taking US colleges by storm

Palestinian militant group Hamas and Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei publicly applauded the growing number of anti-Gaza war protests ... the post read. Prep for the polls: See ... Read More

What students say about the protests rocking their campuses

Stan Godlewski for The Washington Post) As pro-Palestinian protests spread to college campuses across the country, the lives of many students have been upended. Some have jumped into protesting ... Read More

Why is the simplest explanation of campus protests so hard to accept?

(Wesley Lapointe for The Washington Post) Over the weekend, New York Police Chief of Patrol John Chell took to social media to offer thoughts on the college campus protests that his department had ... Read More

Georgia's parliament speaker vows to override presidential veto on divisive foreign influence bill

TBILISI, Georgia — Georgia’s parliament speaker on Monday vowed to override the presidential veto on divisive legislation that sparked weeks of mass protests by critics who see it as a threat ... Read More

Americans are more likely to oppose than support campus protests

given that Democrats and the broader left are also divided on whether the protests are effective or justified. Subscribe to How to Read This Chart, a weekly dive into the data behind the news. Read More

Columbia University president hit with no-confidence vote after protests

accusing her of violating academic freedom and students’ rights in her handling of pro-Palestinian protests on campus. While the action has no legal impact, it signals to trustees, who have ... Read More

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