Intense clashes continue between Palestinian armed factions and the ISIL Takfiri terrorists who have taken over most of the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk near the Syrian capital, Damascus.
The ISIL militants stormed the camp on April 1, apparently in tandem with rivals from the al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front, even though the two groups have fought bloody battles against each other in other parts of Syria.
The terrorists attacked Yarmouk, home to Palestinian refugees since 1957 and located on the edge of the Syrian capital, in an attempt to kill a reconciliation deal between Palestinian armed factions inside the camp and more moderate groups seeking to keep the site away from the crisis in Syria.
“In Yarmouk, there are many different armed groups. They do not want solutions. Nusra Front implements a foreign agenda just like ISIL. Nusra Front along with other extremists are the ones who facilitated the entry…
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