Peace-Loving Hezbollah Storing Huge Cache of Iranian Weapons at Largest Civilian Airport in Lebanon

Hezbollah is storing huge quantities of Iranian weapons, missiles, and explosives in Beirut’s main civilian airport, according to airport whistleblowers.

The cache allegedly includes Iranian-made Falaq unguided artillery rockets, Fateh-110 short-range missiles, road-mobile ballistic missiles and M-600 missiles with ranges of over 150 to 200 miles.

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Also at the airport is the AT-14 Kornet, laser-guided anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM), huge quantities of Burkan short-range ballistic missile and explosive RDX, a toxic white powder also known as cyclonite or hexagon.

The disclosures will raise fears that the Rafic Hariri airport, just four miles from the city centre, could become a major military target.

Beege Welborn

Oh, let's not get too excited. 

We ALL KNOW it'll be the Israelis' fault if anything goes boom. 

Now, it's damned inconvenient for peace-loving Hezbollah types that people noticed some explosive sort of Iranian thingees there to begin with - HOW DID THAT HAPPEN ?!?! - but there will be zero mention of them should the Israelis do anything about it.

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