Italian Explosives Expert: The Beirut Blast’s Massive Red Cloud is Indicative of Lithium Metal Which is a Propellant in Military Missiles — IT WAS AN EXPLOSIVES STORAGE FACILITY

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Massive protests took place in Beirut, Lebanon Saturday following the mega-blast earlier in the week that tore through Lebanon’s capital with the force of an earthquake.

More than 100 people were killed and 4,000 injured after a warehouse exploded near the port in Beirut.

On Saturday tens of thousands took to the streets in Beirut denouncing Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorists and their leader Hassan Nasrallah.

And now an Italian explosives expert is speaking out about the massive blast that he says was likely a military missile warehouse.

Italian Danilo Coppe spoke with Heshmat Alavi about the nature of the Beirut blast.

Coppe believes the red plume is a sign of lithium metal used as a propellant in military missiles.

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“I don’t think there was that amount of ammonium nitrate [2,750 tons] in the port of Beirut, or that there was a fireworks depot. Judging from the videos, it seems more like an explosion of an armament warehouse,” Coppe explains.pic.twitter.com/ugxVrbw627

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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“I don’t believe in the ammonium nitrate theory for several reasons. First, the quantity: 2,700 tons would mean that someone built an Olympic size swimming pool and filled it with that substance,” Coppe says. pic.twitter.com/Toi0RgKR7N

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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“The warehouse was over 100 meters long. It is not impossible that it contained those quantities & some documents seem to prove that the material was there for years… there should have been a catalyst, because otherwise it wouldn’t all have exploded together,” Coppe adds. pic.twitter.com/QgpadmFheu

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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“Instead from the videos of the explosion, in addition to the white sphere that is seen to widen, which is air condensation by the sea, you can clearly see a brick orange column tending to dark red, typical of the participation of lithium,” Coppe adds.pic.twitter.com/NkpCd2RKow

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Coppe: “Between the 1st & 2nd blasts, what appears to be fireworks are seen to crackle. Fireworks don’t behave like that. They have some explosives & the rest is cardboard/plastic. Upon explosion, they are preceded by whistles, absent in the videos.”pic.twitter.com/cmpST4K3ei

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Confirmation of the site being a weapons depot.

Al Arabiya: “Initial information: The explosion occurred in a Hezbollah arms store in Beirut Port.”https://t.co/9n95otbEVSpic.twitter.com/vADCsjySJP

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Al-Hadeth News Says MASSIVE Beirut Explosion Was Warehouse for Iranian Missiles to Hezbollahhttps://t.co/i9q3EkJdBY

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Important reminder from September 27, 2018

Nearly two years ago @IDF had exposed a joint Iran/Hezbollah missile project in Beirut.https://t.co/T6SOoVtXxf

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Dr. Ranif Khori, professor of constitutional law & int’l relations:
“Storing explosives is a planned operation by Iranian intelligence that has been carried out in numerous countries.” pic.twitter.com/AGga2kyVYL

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Former Lebanese minister Ahmad Fatfat:
“Hassan Nasrallah rejecting an international investigation into the #BeirutBlast places him among the suspects of this explosion. The Lebanese President is under Hezbollah’s control.” pic.twitter.com/7MTAvmzKdG

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

And, of course, it all goes back to Barack Obama’s pals in Iran.

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And we should never forget #Iran’s role in all this.

Hezbollah chief: “As long as Iran has money, we have money”pic.twitter.com/VcgD3FTLyk

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

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Massive protests took place in Beirut, Lebanon Saturday following the mega-blast earlier in the week that tore through Lebanon’s capital with the force of an earthquake.

More than 100 people were killed and 4,000 injured after a warehouse exploded near the port in Beirut.

On Saturday tens of thousands took to the streets in Beirut denouncing Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorists and their leader Hassan Nasrallah.

And now an Italian explosives expert is speaking out about the massive blast that he says was likely a military missile warehouse.

Italian Danilo Coppe spoke with Heshmat Alavi about the nature of the Beirut blast.

Coppe believes the red plume is a sign of lithium metal used as a propellant in military missiles.

2)
“I don’t think there was that amount of ammonium nitrate [2,750 tons] in the port of Beirut, or that there was a fireworks depot. Judging from the videos, it seems more like an explosion of an armament warehouse,” Coppe explains.pic.twitter.com/ugxVrbw627

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

4)
“I don’t believe in the ammonium nitrate theory for several reasons. First, the quantity: 2,700 tons would mean that someone built an Olympic size swimming pool and filled it with that substance,” Coppe says. pic.twitter.com/Toi0RgKR7N

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

6)
“The warehouse was over 100 meters long. It is not impossible that it contained those quantities & some documents seem to prove that the material was there for years… there should have been a catalyst, because otherwise it wouldn’t all have exploded together,” Coppe adds. pic.twitter.com/QgpadmFheu

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

8)
“Instead from the videos of the explosion, in addition to the white sphere that is seen to widen, which is air condensation by the sea, you can clearly see a brick orange column tending to dark red, typical of the participation of lithium,” Coppe adds.pic.twitter.com/NkpCd2RKow

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

10)
Coppe: “Between the 1st & 2nd blasts, what appears to be fireworks are seen to crackle. Fireworks don’t behave like that. They have some explosives & the rest is cardboard/plastic. Upon explosion, they are preceded by whistles, absent in the videos.”pic.twitter.com/cmpST4K3ei

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

12)
Confirmation of the site being a weapons depot.

Al Arabiya: “Initial information: The explosion occurred in a Hezbollah arms store in Beirut Port.”https://t.co/9n95otbEVSpic.twitter.com/vADCsjySJP

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

14)
Al-Hadeth News Says MASSIVE Beirut Explosion Was Warehouse for Iranian Missiles to Hezbollahhttps://t.co/i9q3EkJdBY

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

16)
Important reminder from September 27, 2018

Nearly two years ago @IDF had exposed a joint Iran/Hezbollah missile project in Beirut.https://t.co/T6SOoVtXxf

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

18)
Dr. Ranif Khori, professor of constitutional law & int’l relations:
“Storing explosives is a planned operation by Iranian intelligence that has been carried out in numerous countries.” pic.twitter.com/AGga2kyVYL

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

20)
Former Lebanese minister Ahmad Fatfat:
“Hassan Nasrallah rejecting an international investigation into the #BeirutBlast places him among the suspects of this explosion. The Lebanese President is under Hezbollah’s control.” pic.twitter.com/7MTAvmzKdG

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

And, of course, it all goes back to Barack Obama’s pals in Iran.

22)
And we should never forget #Iran’s role in all this.

Hezbollah chief: “As long as Iran has money, we have money”pic.twitter.com/VcgD3FTLyk

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

The post Italian Explosives Expert: The Beirut Blast’s Massive Red Cloud is Indicative of Lithium Metal Which is a Propellant in Military Missiles — IT WAS AN EXPLOSIVES STORAGE FACILITY appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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