Two passersby were were reported to have been lightly injured, late Wednesday, after a bomb exploded in front of a charity in the city of Rafah, southern Gaza Strip.Witnesses said a small explosive device detonated at the main door of the Jebous charitable association, injuring a woman and child.
Locals said the charity was affiliated to Fateh, though no one has claimed responsibility for the attack, according to Ma’an News Agency.
This past November, a series of bombs targeted the homes of Fateh officials in the Gaza Strip. Fateh officials blamed Hamas for the attacks, but the movement denied responsibility and condemned the incidents.
Typically, such actions by armed resistance groups have been claimed almost immediately.