The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) has suspended services in Ain al-Hilweh, Lebanon's largest Palestinian refugee camp, due to the presence o
Recent clashes involve Fatah, led by Mahmoud Abbas, and two Islamic militant groups, causing casualties and damage.
UNRWA demands armed fighters vacate its premises to maintain aid access and neutrality.
The suspension disrupts education for 3,200 children, reflecting the impact of conflict on learning.
This issue extends to Lebanon's 12 Palestinian camps housing 400,000 refugees, emphasizing the fragility of UNRWA services in a volatile environment.
The struggle between public service and neutrality protection shapes the Palestinian refugee narrative in Lebanon.