US Students campaign for release of nonviolent activist Fadi Quran
After Israeli forces pepper sprayed and abducted US citizen and non-violent activist Fadi Quran on Friday, a group of students at Quran’s alma mater Stanford University have spearheaded a campaign for his release.
The students organized an online petition that garnered 1,000 signatures in its first day, and have received messages of support from a number of academics, including renowned scholar Noam Chomsky, calling for Quran’s release.
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