Rashidieh camp in December 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Zaatari)
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Community leaders in the Rashidieh Palestinian refugee camp Monday handed over three men accused of taking part in overnight clashes, which left two people killed, to the Internal Security Forces, local sources told The Daily Star.At least one of the suspects, identified as Ahmed Mousa, belonged to the Islamist Ansar Allah group, which has a presence inside Rashidieh, while the other two were members of his extended family, the spokesman said.An Ansar Allah spokesman confirmed on Monday that Mousa was a member of their group.
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