MASSIVE EXPLOSIONS IN PALESTINIAN CAMP IN LEBANON: HAMAS BLAMES COVID
Israel 365 News - Several large explosions rocked the Burj al-Shemali Palestinian camp in the southern Lebanese port city of Tyre on Friday, causing a number of casualties.
The camp, located about three kilometers east of Tyre and 86 kilometers south of Beirut, is a suspected Hamas weapons depot. The Lebanese army controls entrance to the camp but does not enter. Ruled by the Palestinian Liberation Organization, basic services are provided by an extensive network run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA).
Reports cited rescue workers as claiming about a dozen casualties. The Lebanese state-run National News Agency (NNA) reported an unspecified number of deaths, but local media and civil defense workers on the scene said there had been no fatalities. A security source also told Reuters news agency that fatalities had not been recorded.
Initial reports suggested the incident began with a fire in a diesel tanker before the blaze spread to a nearby mosque controlled by....READ MORE
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