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Another explosion in Lebanon sends a shock wave after the deadly August 4 blast.
 
02/26/2021
 

Hezbollah Arms Depot Explodes in Southern Lebanon

Another explosion in Lebanon sends a shock wave after the deadly August 4 blast.

BY WATCH JERUSALEM STAFF

An arms depot of the Iran-backed Hezbollah exploded in southern Lebanon on Tuesday, according to Reuters. A security source told Reuters that the blast, which sent a huge column of black smoke into the sky, was caused by a "technical error." Lebanese state media implied that Israel might have been involved, but emphasized that causes "remain unknown."

Since the August 4 explosion in the Beirut port, any fire or explosion in Lebanon, such as the one in Ain Qana, sends shock waves across the nation. These explosions have raised questions about Hezbollah’s placement of its weapon caches in civilian areas. After the Lebanese civil war, Hezbollah was allowed to keep its weapons to protect the Lebanese people from a possible invasion by Israel. Hezbollah has engaged in deadly exchanges with Israel, but now those very same weapons are causing damage and death to Lebanon!

 
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