Thirteen people, including a two-year-old boy, died in Gaza yesterday as a result of clashes between Fateh and Hamas.
Here's a snap shot of what's going on as reported by Haaretz:
"Earlier, Hamas militants killed a wounded Fatah fighter in a gangland-style slaying, Fatah officials said, and on Thursday night attackers killed a Hamas activist in a bombing the group blamed on Fatah. Both attacks took place in Jabalya.
Local residents said women and civilians were trying to break the siege of the house of Mansour Shalayel of Fatah, throwing stones against the Hamas forces who responded with stun grenades.
The spokesman said that the militant was "executed" by members of Hamas' security force, who had come to question the slain militant about the death of one of their members.
He said a Hamas force firing rockets launched a predawn attack on the home of Nabil Jarjir, initially wounding him. As neighbors were taking the injured man to hospital the Hamas raiders stopped the car and killed him with a shot to the head, Fatah said."
But the good news is that Hamas celebrated lasting one year in power. Alf Mabrouk. A great achievement. Everything is under control.