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Canada Lebanon: powerful explosion in a Hezbollah building in the South

23:35  22 september  2020
23:35  22 september  2020 Source:   lepoint.fr

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  Liban: puissante explosion dans un bâtiment du Hezbollah dans le Sud © Provided by Le Point

A powerful explosion shook a building of Hezbollah on the outskirts of a village in the south of Lebanon on Tuesday, causing thick swirls of black smoke, indicated to the AFP corroborating sources.

A resident of the village of Aïn Qana spoke of a house acting as a "center of Hezbollah", specifying that members of the armed Shiite movement had cordoned off the area.

"The whole village was shaken," he said, reporting property damage in the area of ​​the blast.

An AFP photographer noted that a security cordon had been erected by members of Hezbollah.

According to "preliminary information" from military sources, this is a "Hezbollah site" where "ammunition was located".

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The army said in a statement to have dispatched forces to the scene of the explosion and "initiated an investigation into the causes of the explosion".

A source close to the pro-Iranian party referred to an "accident" and told AFP that it was indeed "a Hezbollah site" but "not a warehouse" of party weapons.

Local media reporting an "unofficial version of Hezbollah" mentioned the presence on the site of mines and shells dating from the war between Israel and Hezbollah in 2006, recovered by NGOs in neighboring fields with a view to them neutralize.

According to the National Information Agency (ANI), the explosion, whose "causes (are) unknown, coincided with the overflight of enemy aircraft, which since this morning has not left the sky" of the region where Aïn Qana is located, alluding to Israel.

Hezbollah has yet to officially comment on the incident while an IDF spokesman told AFP "not to comment on foreign media reports."

In southern Lebanon, Hezbollah's bastion, limited clashes have pitted the Shiite movement against neighboring Israel on the border in recent months.

Heavyweight in political life, represented in the Lebanese government and parliament, Hezbollah is militarily engaged alongside the regime of Bashar al-Assad in the conflict in Syria, where it is regularly the target of Israeli strikes.

09/22/2020 18:59:01 - Aïn Qana (Lebanon) (AFP) - © 2020 AFP

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