The Palestinian Authority president's decision was apparently designed to silence critics ahead of a possible resumption of peace talks between Israel and the PA, Palestinian analysts said.
Thursday's spasm of violence, in which seven Shi'ite Muslims were killed, came amid rising tensions over the investigation of last's year's port blast.
Critics of Prof. Mohammad Jafar Mahallati have launched a campaign for the college to fire him.
Iran walked away in June from indirect talks with the United States in Vienna on both sides returning to compliance with the deal.
Madhat al-Salah was shot few hundreds meters from the border in the village of Eltinah; may have been involved with an attack against Israel that was in advanced stages.
In April, an Iranian court sentenced an aid worker to a new term in jail on charges of propaganda against Iran's ruling system, just a month after she finished a prior five-year sentence.
Hezbollah stepped up accusations against the LF on Friday, saying it killed the seven Shi'ites to try to drag the country into a civil war.
Attackers threw stones at a Palestinian family, pepper spray them and caused damage to their car.
The violence added to concerns for the stability of a country that is awash with weapons and grappling with one of the world's sharpest ever economic meltdowns.
EU diplomats have said they are concerned Tehran's new negotiating team may make new demands beyond the scope of what had already been agreed.
Tension over an investigation into a massive blast last year in Beirut developed into the worst street violence in more than a decade.
Negotiations have been held, and a normalization announcement is expected soon.
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The two Shi'ite movements called on their supporters to calm down and on the army, security forces to restore the peace. Hezbollah and Amal called for the arrest and punishment of the perpetrators.
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What was once a “resistance” movement that was popular among a segment of the historically marginalized Shi’ite population has come to dominate Lebanon.
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It began with Jerusalem’s position moving closer to Washington’s – but now it’s the Biden administration making moves in Israel’s direction.
A UN report on Wednesdays said nine civilians had been killed in south Marib over September and October.