Another Huge Explosion in Leb
By Micah Halpern
Tuesday September 22, 2020
I've Been Thinking:
Another huge explosion in Lebanon.
This time, seven weeks after the first Beirut blast, the explosion was in an arms storage depot in the village of Ain Qana, just north of the port city of Sidon.
Two unauthorized sources say that the explosion, which was heard by other villages miles away, was triggered by a mishap.
Video shows a huge plume of black smoke.
The unauthorized sources also report that this very large weapons depot was located in the residential area of the village. The weapons belonged to Hezbollah.
Hezbollah is a Shiite terror group that is sponsored by Iran. Hezbollah fights in Syria on Iran’s behalf and has wrested near total control of southern Lebanon.
So yes, it could have been a mishap. It could have been sabotage. It could have been a mission carried out by the Israeli Mossad.
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