There are concerns that any incident could lead to full-blown conflict. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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A fragile calm settled over the Palestinian refugee camp of Ain al-Hilweh Friday after clashes led to the deaths of three residents in two days.The Fatah Movement later Friday handed over Palestinian Jihad Mohammad Abdul-Maati to the Lebanese Army Intelligence for allegedly shooting Hussein.The Fatah Movement handed one of its members, Mahmoud S., to Army Intelligence in the south on suspicion of instigating the dispute.Palestinian sources, however, believed the dispute was intentional and was started to create tension in the camp.These most recent events are expected to impact the deployment of a new 100-member joint security force that will be tasked with maintaining the security situation and stability in the camp.
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