fight amongst

fight among yourselves/ourselves/themselves

To argue or bicker within a certain group of people. I have nothing to do with this, so you guys can fight amongst yourselves.

fight amongst

or fight among
v.
To engage in mutual hostilities; squabble. Used reflexively: The siblings fought amongst themselves constantly. During our meetings, we always fight among ourselves.
See also: amongst, fight
References in classic literature ?
They live at peace with all their fellows, except when duty calls upon them to make war, while we are at peace with none; forever warring among our own kind as well as upon the red men, and even in our own communities the individuals fight amongst themselves.
He worked faithfully in the harness, for the toil had become a delight to him; yet it was a greater delight slyly to precipitate a fight amongst his mates and tangle the traces.
And he has arrogantly claimed the current system for the use of English pupils only - so the rest of us can fight amongst ourselves.
If they want peace, why should they fight amongst themselves," he asked adding, "So we are also responsible to give them counseling.
Talk about manipulation of the masses so that the banking fat cats can keep lapping up the cream while the workers fight amongst themselves for the scraps.