Hezbollah was taking Beirut ammonium nitrate to produce weapons: SourceBy Al Arabiya per Geller report

A warehouse containing 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded in Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least 171 people, injuring thousands, and destroying much of the city.

In the wake of the disaster, observers have questioned why such vast quantities of highly explosive material was left in Beirut’s port, so close to the densely populated city center.

A warehouse containing 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded in Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least 171 people, injuring thousands, and destroying much of the city.

In the wake of the disaster, observers have questioned why such vast quantities of highly explosive material was left in Beirut’s port, so close to the densely populated city center.

A warehouse containing 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate exploded in Beirut on Tuesday, killing at least 171 people, injuring thousands, and destroying much of the city.

In the wake of the disaster, observers have questioned why such vast quantities of highly explosive material was left in Beirut’s port, so close to the densely populated city center.

In the wake of the disaster, observers have questioned why such vast quantities of highly explosive material was left in Beirut’s port, so close to the densely populated city center.

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Massive explosion rocks Beirut, eyewitness says

By Susan Katz Keating

massive explosion rocked Beirut on Tuesday, an eyewitness told Just the News moments after the incident occurred.

The explosion appears to have occurred near Lebanon’s port and has resulted in injuries and widespread damage, according to multiple report. 

However, it remain unclear whether the explosion was an accident or an attack.

The afternoon blast shook several parts of the Lebanon capital and residents reported windows being blown out.

The Just the News eyewitness said the incident “looks like a major attack with casualties.” 

The Jerusalem Post first reported the explosion, followed by a tall plume of smoke that could be seen from a distance.

The eyewitness being interviewed by phone by Just the News was talking about Middle East security when the explosion was heard.