Dozens of Arab students at Tel Aviv and Haifa universities protested the shooting of a knife-wielding Arab man on Sunday, as clashes between Kafr Kanna residents and police continued for their third day, according to Ynetnews.
Protesters outside Tel Aviv University were waving Palestinian flags and raising banners that said "There's no justice and there's no peace," and "From Jerusalem to Kafr Kanna, it's all part of the same story." They also held banners with photos of Khair Hamdan, under the headline "Shahid" (martyr).
Some 120 people protested outside Haifa University, most of which are members of Balad, Hadash and the Islamic Movement.
They were calling out "Israel is a terror state" and waved banners that read "Charge: Arab. Punishment: Death".