LAPD and California Highway Patrol on Thursday began to move on an anti-Israel protest encampment on the UCLA campus.

At around 3 a.m. (local time), police officers began removing barricades erected around the encampment. After removing the barricades, using flashbang grenades and other crowd dispersal means, the officers began to clear out and arrest protesters, who continued to chant anti-Israel slogans.

According to the CHP, 132 protesters were arrested on campus.

At the time of publishing, all but a handful of protesters have been cleared out of the campus, and law enforcement is currently working to clear out the rest.

The UCLA protest is one of many similar protests on campuses across the country.

On Tuesday night, the protest at UCLA turned violent when clashes broke out between the protesters and counter-protesters on campus. According to several reports, at around 11:00 p.m. local time, counter-protesters began to attempt to dismantle the protest camp erected on campus by anti-Israel protesters. In the ensuing chaos, members of both sides scuffled with one another, fireworks were thrown, and teargas were sprayed.