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Rain is the biggest problem for Oxford’s Free Gaza protestors

14 May 2024

9:24 PM

14 May 2024

9:24 PM

Oxford students, like others, are protesting about Palestine, but not so much when it rains. There’s an encampment outside the Pitt Rivers museum and once the rain starts the protesters in tents disappear inside them and the others disappear indoors. But when the sun is out, they re-emerge, though not if it’s too early.

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