NICOSIA Ñ Palestinians have maintained their internecine strife in
A series of bombings have rocked Ein Hilwe, the largest Palestinian
refugee camp in Lebanon. Bombs have exploded around offices of Palestinian
insurgency groups nearly daily.
On Tuesday, a bomb exploded under the car of a Lebanese journalist in
the camp. The car was parked in front of the offices of the Popular Front
for the Liberation of Palestine.
The attack was believed to be the work of the ruling Fatah movement, the
largest faction in the Palestine Liberation Organization. Witnesses said
Fatah agents hurled the bomb from a nearby rooftop. The bomb ended up under
the car and exploded.
Nobody was hurt in the blast. The explosion damaged the nearby area.
The attack took place during Fatah celebrations of its 38th anniversary.
Palestinian sources said the blast suspended Fatah ceremonies.
"Consequently, the Fatah faction declared the cancellation of a military
parade of its armed militia," a Palestinian source told the official Kuwait
News Agency, Kuna. "Three suspects have been arrested following the