Blast outside Fatah man's home, no injuries

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June 11, 2006 08:52

 
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A blast was heard early Sunday outside the home of a bodyguard for a Fatah security official but no injuries were reported, Palestinian security said. The bodyguard, Mohammed Abu Shbak, blamed the militant group Hamas for the explosion. Abu Shbak is a bodyguard for the top Gaza security official who supports President Mahmoud Abbas, Rashid Abu Shbak.

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