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Italian Explosives Expert: The Beirut Blast’s Massive Red Cloud is a Propellant in Military Missiles

IT WAS AN EXPLOSIVES STORAGE FACILITY

Italian Explosives Expert

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

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.

Related Analyzed Footage of Beirut Explosion Suggesting Missile Attack, Is Actually FAKE

Source – Gateway Pundit

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.

Italian Explosives Expert

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

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

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

Italian explosives Expert quote 1:
“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

Italian explosives Expert quote 2:
“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

Italian explosives Expert quote 3:
“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

Italian explosives Expert quote 4:
“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

Italian explosives Expert quote 5:
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

Italian explosives Expert quote 6:
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

Italian explosives Expert quote 7:
Al-Hadeth News Says MASSIVE Beirut Explosion Was Warehouse for Iranian Missiles to Hezbollah https://t.co/i9q3EkJdBY

— Heshmat Alavi (@HeshmatAlavi) August 9, 2020

Italian explosives Expert quote 8:
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

Italian explosives Expert quote 9:
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

Italian explosives Expert quote 10:
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.

Italian explosives Expert quote 11:
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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