Ansar Allah members attend a protest in Mieh Mieh camp, Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Palestinian factions in south Lebanon's Mieh Mieh Palestinian refugee camp have begun the second phase of making the camp weapons-free as part of an agreement reached with the Lebanese Army.According to sources, the second phase of transferring the weapons was initiated by Fatah and was followed by similar actions from Hamas and Ansar Allah. The initial phase stipulated that no one in the camp could hold a weapon publicly or wear a military uniform.According to Palestinian sources with knowledge of the issue, the aim of the agreement is to remove the weapons of Fatah, Hamas and Ansar Allah from inside Mieh Mieh to reassure camp residents and neighboring areas.
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