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Pro-Palestinian protesters demand medical checks in self-imposed hunger strike

Pro-Palestinian protesters demand medical checks in self-imposed hunger strike

Pro-Palestinian student protesters who went on a “hunger strike” in “solidarity” with Gaza residents are now complaining that their schools are not giving them regular health checks and accusing administrators of trying to make them starve.

Just to clarify here, we are talking about students who have voluntarily deprived themselves of food.

“It’s absolutely unfair. My classmates and I are starving. We’re physically exhausted. I’m literally shaking right now, as you can see,” a crying, overweight Princeton student said through a megaphone . “We’re both cold and hot at the same time. We’re all immunocompromised, and based on the university’s meeting yesterday with some members of our negotiating team, they would love to continue to weaken us physically.

Still, she insisted that “No matter how physically weak we are, united, we have never been stronger!” »

In another video, the same group blasted the school for “not monitoring our health.” They don’t keep track of our vital signs. They don’t take care of us at all.

Related: UNC professors withhold students’ grades until protesters are reinstated

“We will continue to starve until they respond to our demands,” said one protester.

It’s worth noting that if you find yourself on a campus surrounded by restaurants, a dining hall, and approximately 47 food delivery services, and you intentionally prevent yourself from eating in order to be in “solidarity” with terrorists who murder, rape and kidnap innocent people? This stupidity is indeed your fault.

What if we were honest? From the looks of it, most of you could stand to go a few days without food before blowing away into the wind.

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