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The Islamist Ansar Allah movement announced early this week that its forces have deployed on the ground in a south Lebanon refugee camp, prompting Palestinian factions and sources close to them to question the timing and aim of the move. In a statement issued Tuesday night, the pro-Hezbollah Palestinian group said that its forces had deployed on the ground in Sidon's Mieh Mieh camp, where Ansar Allah enjoys wide influence.Sources close to the Palestinian factions questioned the timing of Ansar Allah's comments, saying that the statements came weeks after the factions had withdrawn from the joint force.Ansar Allah's position may affect the formation of the Ain al-Hilweh force, sources said, and there are concerns that tensions between the factions may spread to Mieh Mieh.
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