Bethlehem University decided on Tuesday to suspend studies until further notice following a brawl between students. One student was stabbed and seriously injured during the incident.
Moussa Darwish, assistant to the deputy executive director of the university, described the incident as "very serious," saying it was the first of its kind since the establishment of the university 30 years ago.
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