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Professor Juan Cole, London Times reporter Nicholas Blanford, and an anonymous Beirut commenter have the early run-down, including explanations of who Fatah-al-Islam are hint - Seymour Hersh wrote about them already in the New Yorker.
A top U.S. counter-terrorism official tells CNN Al Qaeda is now "taking the temperature" of Palestinians in Gaza and refugees in Lebanon, like members of the Fatah-al-Islam group, who have battled Lebanese forces.
Fatah-al-Islam (in reality) is a creation of the "Welch Club".
No Outcry for Palestinian Refugee Camp Under Attack by Lebanese Army perceptive piece by Jonathan Kay on May 29, 2007 asking why the heavy-handed Lebanese army operation against Fatah-al-Islam in the Nahr al Barad refugee camp has not received the same critical coverage that the Israeli operation in Jenin did in April 2002.
Fatah-al-Islam (in reality) is a creation of the "Welch
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