According to various news sources, three people died in Beirut after protests by Hezbollah Shiite militia and supporters culminated in a shooting near the Ministry of Justice.
According to reports, a sniper first opened fire on the protesters, after which one after another the weapons came out of the ranks of their Hezbollah followers. The incident ended with the sniper being captured and the military marching into the city to secure the shooting site.
More recording also saw the light of day about the degenerate movement.
Demonstrators protested against Judge Tarek Bitar, who was investigating the circumstances of the Beirut port explosion last August, objecting to his bias. Last year, on 4 August 2020, more than 200 people died in an explosion of more than 2,700 tonnes of ammonium nitrate stored improperly in the warehouses of the port of Beirut and several quarters of Beirut collapsed.
Many of the relatives of the victims and the victims accuse the political class in power of corruption and omissions that could have led to the explosion. There is widespread dissatisfaction with the fact that, after more than a year, it has still not been possible to name those responsible.
The investigation into the explosion was postponed for the second time in three weeks on Tuesday after two influential politicians summoned to interrogation by Tarek Bitar. The judge also issued an arrest warrant against one of them, former Finance Minister Ali Hasan Halil. The other suspect was Zázter Gázi, former Minister of Public Employment.
Mouth Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of Hezbollah, sharply criticized Judge Bitar on Monday, demanding his replacement, claiming he was biased and making decisions out of political motives.
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