Officially, the explosion was caused by some sort of mishap at a "fireworks factory" and is being described as an "industrial accident." But those who watch the videos shown below are concerned that the explosion looks like it might be a nuclear detonation. We are not saying it's actually a nuclear bomb, but it certainly appears to visually resemble one.
The detonation, "vaporizes several buildings," explains one newscaster in a video below. "Damage extends for several kilometers beyond the initial site," explains another newscaster in a video below. It begs the question of whether this is truly a "fireworks factory" or something much more sinister.
Reportedly, 50 people have died (so far) in the explosion. Rescue efforts are under way but obviously very difficult to carry out.
Have you ever heard of a fireworks factory vaporizing buildings for several kilometers?
UPDATE: Hal Turner is now reporting that the building was a missile storage facility that held missiles being received from Iran, used to arm Hezbollah. If confirmed, this would indicate that the explosion was deliberately set off.
See the stunning photos and videos below to see the footage. WARNING: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC FOOTAGE DEPICTING MASS DEATH...
We pray for all those affected by this horrible event.
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