Netanyahu urges Beirut neighborhood to ‘now work’ on Hezbollah weapons depot

Netanyahu urges Beirut neighborhood to 'now work' on Hezbollah weapons depot

In an address United Nations General Assembly, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Shown on Tuesday Pictures That’s what it claims A secret Hezbollah weapons depot In the middle of a residential area Beirut, Near the gas company, telling Lebanese citizens to take action now before another fatal explosion occurs.

“It’s here that the next explosion will take place,” he said.

Addressing the Lebanese people, Netanyahu said, “You have to work now, you have to oppose this, because if this thing explodes, it is another tragedy.” “You should tell them, ‘Tear up this depot.'”

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah has denied Netanyahu’s allegations, saying the group does not store missiles in civilian facilities and invites media outlets to investigate the site.

“Media outlets can go now. If there were missiles, Hezbollah would not have time to remove them … which shows you that Netanyahu is lying,” Nasrallah said in a televised address.

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On the spot, the media found a small factory with heavy machinery but no weapons.

Dozens of reporters, including an associate press photographer, visited a small factory in Janna’s southern neighborhood late Tuesday, where they saw large pieces of iron and steel, heavy machinery and oxygen canisters – but no missiles or weapons of any kind.

Last month, an explosion at a port in Beirut filled with nearly 1,000,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate killed at least 200 people, injured thousands and wreaked havoc in the capital.

Ammonium nitrate was stored there for many years after being emptied from an ammonium cargo ship. No one has yet been blamed for the blast, which appears to have been caused by an accidental fire.

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Israel Hezbollah has long been accused of stockpiling weapons and maintaining military outposts in civilian areas, especially in the southern suburbs of Beirut and southern Lebanon, both in support of the Iranian-backed military group.

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After Netanyahu’s speech, The Israeli army released detailed maps The site showing the site in Jannah and two other alleged missile depots is under residential apartment blocks.

It describes all three as precision-guided missile production sites. The military offered him specific locations called weapons sites but gave no other evidence and did not say how advanced the manufacturing program was.

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