I will make it easy for you. I don't care what you think. . I am not under any duress that I will form an opinion on your say so.Again you are hanging on to the tail, while ignoring the elephant.
you are constantly overlooking presence of hizbis in Lebanon and Iranian weapon smuggling record!
Do you still think that you sound convincing and i sound biased?
for the second time. I don't care about what you think. I have my opinion and views. The End.My post which you quoted clearly states, that i have no proof of Iranian involvement!
Wherein i also gave reference to my initial posts, where i suspected it an accident.
Than came you and accused Israel, which is fine, neither i demanded any evidence simply because you were an obvious troll. Hence i softly declared it as your wish, by pointing at a more worthy candidate of suspicions i.e. Iran and it's Hizbis.
whereupon you associate me with Israel and than what not, that is why i pursued you persistently.
lastly, you will never find me short on calling spade a spade.
You clearly have comprehension issues, i'm inviting YOU to support your blames and allegations with logic, and as you see i care what you say.I will make it easy for you. I don't care what you think. . I am not under any duress that I will form an opinion on your say so.
I hope the message gets through.
Robert Baer, a former CIA operative who operated for years in the Middle East, stuck a more nuanced tone -saying the explosion appears to have been an accident, but he is not convinced that ammonium nitrate was the sole cause.
He pointed to videos of what appeared to be fireworks going off amid a pall of white smoke, right before the main blast which sent a column of reddish-brown smoke high into the sky.
Baer told CNN that those 'fireworks' were likely munitions that had been stored as part of a weapons cache that included military-grade propellant.
Lebanon is effectively run by Hezbollah, an Iranian paramilitary group with a history of secrecy.
The U.S. embassy in Beirut warned residents in the city about reports of toxic gases released by the blast, urging people to stay indoors and wear masks if available.
Hopefully we can end it here. I have 0 comprehension issue! I said what I had to in my post that you quoted!! If that irks you that I am not tagging along to one narrative or the other than the easy option is to stop quoting me. that will be enough to show who has the comprehension issue!You clearly have comprehension issues, i'm inviting YOU to support your blames and allegations with logic, and as you see i care what you say.
I'm quoting below the public sentiments (not mine) from a local report:
"Mr President, you're on General Gouraud Street, he freed us from the Ottomans. Free us from the current authorities," said one person among the crowd who gathered around him, appealing for help from Lebanon's former colonial power.
Some of the crowd, who were filmed by a pool report in a predominantly Christian district of the capital, shouted: "Mr Macron, free us from Hezbollah," referring to the Iran-backed Shi'ite Muslim group, a powerful player in a nation where political loyalties often run along sectarian lines.