Was the Beirut blast caused by a missile?

Footage posted to Twitter of Tuesday’s Beirut explosion yields strong evidence of missile attack

Screenshot via Twitter

So-called experts who’ve been blaming the warehouse explosion that took place in the Port of Beirut on Tuesday on improperly stored ammonium nitrate could all soon be considered complete and total flops if enhanced imagery of the explosion showing a projectile proves to be real. The question would then be: who ordered the attack?

Although, the warehouse was on fire before the explosion occurred it appears that an incoming missile may have actually triggered the blast which had the force of 500 or more tons of TNT, according to government projections. However, it has not yet been independently confirmed if the video is authentic or not.

The Lebanese Prime Minister Tweeted out a statement on Tuesday in which he speculates there is only one person “accountable” for the crime–however, it’s now evident the attack was strategic and militarized.

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