Fatah, Hamas members throw firebombs at each other

By JPOST STAFF, AP
April 22, 2006 15:51

 
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Groups of Fatah and Hamas members shot at and hurled firebombs at each other on Saturday after Hamas's political leader abroad Khaled Mashaal accused Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas of being a "traitor." Three people were wounded in the clashes, which began with stone throwing. Thousands of Fatah backers protested across the West Bank and Gaza throughout Saturday to demand that Mashaal apologize for his remarks.

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