Leader of Ansar Allah Jamal Suleiman, second left, attends a protest in Mieh Mieh camp, Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Ansar Allah leader Jamal Suleiman has 72 hours to leave the Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp in return for the Fatah Movement relaxing its pressure on his group's position there, Palestinian security sources told The Daily Star Monday. The conditions are part of an agreement reached Monday to help alleviate tensions in the camp, which has seen violent clashes over the past few weeks between Hezbollah-linked Ansar Allah and Fatah.Lebanese security sources confirmed that Suleiman was preparing to leave Mieh Mieh.
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