Bushman demanded responsibility from the professors for the pro-Palestinian student protests in Germany

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German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann criticized professors for their role in recent pro-Palestinian protests at German universities and called for them to be held accountable, DPA reported.

Personally, I would like professors to encourage their students to present arguments. Specifically, at universities, the strongest argument should be important, not the loudest scream, the minister told the "Funke" media group, adding that there should be no threats, insults and approval of crimes.

Protests continue at German universities due to Israel's actions in Gaza, and students expressed solidarity with the Palestinians.

On Thursday, police cleared parts of Berlin's Humboldt University that had been occupied by about 150 pro-Palestinian activists.

The university's administration initially tolerated the protests and chose to engage in dialogue with students and professors, although it faced widespread criticism from politicians.

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