BREAKING: Protesters storm and occupy entire building at Cal State Poly, Humboldt, naming it ‘Intifada Hall’

The protesters at Cal State Poly, Humboldt took over “Siemens Hall” and turned it into “Intifada Hall."

Students and others "occupied and barricaded" a building at California State Polytechnic University at Humboldt amid the school stopping classes after anti-Israel protests on campus this week. 

The building was taken over by the anti-Israel agitators who ransacked the place. Cal Poly Humboldt told students that if they left the building before 4 pm on Friday they would not be immediately arrested, per KTVU. Footage of the students going into the building has gone viral online. 

Amid the protests, the school has stopped all classes going on at the university, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.  

The protesters took over "Siemens Hall" and ransacked it. They then declared it "Intifada Hall."

Students and protesters also allegedly ransacked the campus president's office as part of the "Liberated Zone."

A statement from the college read if the students left by the designated time on Friday, it would be considered "as a mitigating factor in the University conduct processes and may reduce the severity of sanctions imposed."

One of the demands from the students and other protesters is for the university to cut ties with Israel completely.

Other footage that surfaced online from the protests included people barricading the doors to buildings and taking over portions of campus. The label for "Siemens Hall" was removed and "Intifada" was written in its place. Other buildings were also occupied by the agitators. 
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