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Video: Cambridge University students vowed a fast for Gaza and silently ignored the Minister of the Interior

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On the same evening, GB News organized a dialogue session between Braverman and student Fiona Lally, who spoke out and refuted the allegations of the former British Home Secretary, and taught her and the channel a lesson that revealed their clear bias towards Israel and its actions.

In complete silence and general disregard, pro-Gaza protesters at a student protest camp at the prestigious University of Cambridge in Britain received the former Interior Minister, who is very supportive of Israel, Suella Braverman, who was removed from her position in November after accusing the London police of bias. The former minister and member of the Conservative Party tried to provoke the students to talk to them, and asked them mockingly: Why do you cover your faces? Why do you gag your mouths? Is it because of Covid? The swaggering minister did not get what she wanted, and was met with overwhelming silence, even from an elderly British Jew who was among the protesters. She raised a banner that read, “I am against genocide in Gaza,” and she asked him, “What is your message to Hamas?” The man remained silent and did not pay any attention to her.

In another video, a student, Fiona Lally, says to the former minister who blindly supports Israel, “Our protests have proven effective and we have forced you to resign, and we will do everything we can to force the ministers of the Conservative Party and other parties who support the genocide in Gaza to resign.”

On the same evening, GB News organized a dialogue session between Braverman and student Fiona Lally, who spoke out and refuted the allegations of the former British Home Secretary, and taught her and the channel a lesson that revealed their clear bias towards Israel and its actions.