Fears of destabilization fill the Nablus streets today after internal clashes resumed at dawn. Six people were injured when fighting erupted between members of one of the Fateh wings and the Palestinian security forces. Law and order had returned to the northern West Bank city which continues to suffer under routine Israeli sieges. However, early on Tuesday three Palestinian police cars were burned while the security forces' headquarters faced heavy gunfire. Eyewitnesses reported that the incident began when police stopped a car to check its papers. An exchange of fire ensued leading to injuries. A state of panic overtook the city center near Martyr's Square. The mayor of Nablus is joined by national and Islamic leaders calling to contain the crisis, maintain internal calm, and bring the involved parties to justice.