Clash at southern Gaza mosque leaves 9 wounded, including 2 critically

By GAZA CITY, GAZA STRIP
September 29, 2007 21:37

 
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Hamas and Fatah loyalists clashed Saturday at a mosque in the southern Gaza Strip, leaving nine people wounded in the latest flare-up of violence between the two factions, witnesses and medical officials said. The melee erupted after Hamas tried to replace an independent cleric at a mosque in the town of Khan Yunis with one of its own religious leaders, witnesses said.

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