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The resignation of the Fatah official Tuesday and the move by some factions in the Palestine Liberation Organization to suspend participation in the joint force were the lasted developments that further complicated the delicate situation in the south Lebanon refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh.The Fatah Movement suspended its membership to the committee Monday and decided not to contribute to the funding of the joint security forces. Then, the Hamas Movement said it would freeze its contributions to the forces until the situation was resolved.Despite the assurances of many that these two developments were not connected, especially since the security forces are politically and organizationally overseen by the committee, Palestinian sources said that they could be considered related. The sources said that this was because Maqdah's resignation was yet to impact the security forces' work and that head of the joint Palestinian forces in Ain al-Hilweh Brig.
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