Fayez Abu Eitta (L), a Fatah leader in Gaza, speaks on the phone as he inspects the damage to his car in the parking lot of his home in Beit Lahya, northern Gaza Strip on November 7, 2014. AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED ABED
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A series of bombs in Gaza Friday targeting the Fatah Movement of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas triggered a bitter new spat with rivals Hamas in a blow to reconciliation efforts.At least 10 blasts hit the homes and cars of several Fatah officials, triggering a furious response from the party which placed the blame squarely on Hamas, the de facto rulers in Gaza. This year is the first time in years a public commemoration of Arafat's death is to be held in Gaza, which has been ruled by Hamas since 2007 when the movement ousted forces loyal to Fatah, sparking a bitter and sometimes bloody feud.Several top Fatah officials lashed out, placing full responsibility for the attacks on Hamas.
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