Video| “For your sake, Hussein,” heavily armed members of Hezbollah are battling with the Lebanese army, and a rocket-propelled grenade is fired at the latter’s members.

Today, Thursday, Lebanese media reported that a rocket-propelled grenade was fired at members of the Lebanese army in the capital, Beirut, without revealing any casualties.

The Lebanese army is on the move

These means indicated that the Lebanese army is spreading and closing all the entrances to the neighborhoods of Ain El-Remmaneh, Badaro and Furn El-Shabbak with barbed wire facing Tayouneh and Chiyah.

Earlier in the day, the Lebanese Army Command commented on the security events in the Tayouneh area, which witnessed heavy shooting against the backdrop of a sit-in by supporters of Hezbollah and the Amal movement against the investigating judge in the Beirut port explosion.

The army command said in a statement: “As protesters headed to the Adliya area, they were exposed to bursts of fire in the Tayouneh area – Badaro.

The command announced that “the deployed army units will shoot at any armed man on the roads and at anyone who shoots from anywhere else, and asks civilians to leave the streets.”

Lebanese activists circulated a videotape showing dozens of members of the Lebanese army trying to prevent members of Hezbollah and the Amal movement from escalating, amid the rising voices of the militia members:

A video clip shows a member of Hezbollah trying to prevent elements of the heavily armed Amal movement from completing their way to enter Ain al-Rummaneh in Beirut, telling him, “God’s intruder, wipe it with the chin.”

Today, the Lebanese capital, Beirut, witnessed unprecedented tension as the supporters of Hezbollah and the Amal movement carried out protests in front of the Palace of Justice and the Tayouneh area against the judicial investigator in the file of the Beirut port explosion.


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