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Despite a tense relationship in Palestine, the leaderships of the Hamas Movement and the Fatah Movement in Lebanon have made a decision to distance the Palestinian camps from this dispute, sources close to both factions said Tuesday.Channaa, who attended the meeting, said that the two groups stressed that they would always agree on the security and stability of Palestinian camps in Lebanon.Tensions between rival Fatah and Hamas movements heightened in 2006 when Hamas won the majority of votes in the Palestinian Legislative Council elections. There are 12 official Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon, where both Hamas and Fatah maintain strong influence.
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