Article by WN.Com Correspondent Dallas Darling On hearing reports of the deadly explosions that rocked Beirut on August 4, 2020, Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun immediately announced it may have been a bomb or rocket. (1) He also had good reason to assume Israel was behind the largest blast in Beirut’s history, which led to 220 deaths and 7,000 injuries and caused $10-15 billion in property damage. Along with calling the country an “enemy of the state,” Israel had just clashed with Hezbollah soldiers. In fact, the mainstream media was trying to verify if the claim was true that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had confirmed the Beirut explosion as an attack of their own. (2) The two...Full Article
If Israel Did Not Cause Beirut's Explosion, They Sure Had A Plan To Exploit It
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