Recent infighting in Lebanon has spread to the Ein al Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp. Reports say that two Lebanese soldiers were killed as they fought Jund al Sham militants in the camp yesterday. Meanwhile the fighting continued in the Nahr al Bared refugee camp, as the Lebanese army bombarded the densely populated area in the hopes of rooting out the Fatah al Islam fighters. Thousands of people have fled the camps, but many are still inside, with aid scarcely able to reach them. Fighting began at Nahr El Bared, near Tripoli, more than three weeks ago. Clashes were triggered as the army came to arrest militants from the camp who had robbed a bank. As the Fatah al Islam militants hit back and killed Lebanese soldiers the arrest multiplied into a grave confrontation. The resulting army siege and the spread of clashes have translated into the worst infighting in Lebanon since the last civil war, which ended in 1990.