Beirut Residents Receive Anonymous Message Warning Them Of Hezbollah Missile Site

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Many residents of Beirut’s southern suburb, known as “Dahieh,” received an anonymous message on WhatsApp warning them of a nearby missile site of Hezbollah, the news outlet al-Modon reported on October 3.

“Important message, near your home, a Hezbollah site has been established,” read the message, which was accompanied by a satellite image showing a site in the center of the neighborhood of Hadath .

Beirut Residents Receive Anonymous Message Warning Them Of Hezbollah Missile Site

Click to see full-size image, By al-Modon

The Lebanese news outlet claimed that the messages were sent by the Israeli military and intelligence. However, no proof was presented and Israel has not commented on the matter so far.

Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that Hezbollah had placed three precision missile sites near the Beirut airport. Prior to that, Netanyahu vowed that Israel will carry out military operations in Syria, Lebanon and other countries in order to maintain its security.

Some local observers believe that Israel is preparing the public opinion for a near strike against Hezbollah in Lebanon. The delivery of the Russian S-300 long-range air defense systems to Syria may have been behind Israel’s decision to pressure Hezbollah in its heartland, where there are no real threats to the Israeli Air Force (IAF).

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  • SPEAKER OF THE TRUTH

    Jewish scum. The free people of the world need to give them a taste of their own medicine. If the Jew feels free to target humanity wherever they are weakest, we should target the Jew wherever they are weakest, in every nation of the world.

    • You can call me Al

      Ahhhhh, bless them, the hooked nosed, inbred, low IQ, camel foookers have fallen for it.

      Imagine a total response in attack, Hezbollah uses all that experience they have gained + new weapons, then the PLO and Hamas kick in – finished off with Syria, storming like a pack of wolves, tigers and lions, bears and dragons -> through the Golan heights.

      PS I need to write a comic strip about this as I can actually see it. Yeah, OK, help required.

      • DankBeast

        Israel can’t do shit without the US support, unlike 2006 I think the US will play a part in the next Israeli-Lebanese war.

        • You can call me Al

          Well if that happens, I honestly think and hope they may have opened Pandora’s box on themselves.

          PS Please tick comments up or down, but they are there for a purpose.

          • PZIVJ

            I tried clicking you down AI
            But there was no change in your upvotes.
            Must be something wrong with my frickin computer. :)

          • Promitheas Apollonious

            which finger you used, left hand or right hand?

          • PZIVJ

            When I replied to Solomon sometimes I used the middle finger.
            Left or right didn’t seem to make a difference.

          • HardHawk

            You make me laugh thank you.

          • CATbytes

            🤔🤔🤔🤣😆🤣… lols

          • You can call me Al

            No worries mate, I click myself down in the morning, when I read my BS again.

        • Omega

          The US played its part in 2006. After Israel depleted its air-to-ground ammunition in the first ten days, it called the US for more. Tough it caused a stir at the Pentagon (a similar request was declined to US troops in Vietnam), the US agreed.

      • HardHawk

        when you do i like to see it

        • You can call me Al

          I’ll video it.

    • HardHawk

      what you suggest?

  • Sinbad2

    Israel, the disease that will not die.

    • Rob

      The US and UK conspiracy project the alien state of Israel is in danger. LOL

    • Rafik Chauhan

      they will kill themselves with their own weopeons

    • Harvey Swinestein

      Oh it will die my friend . . .

  • DankBeast

    Now it’s time for the Lebanese government and especially that cuck Hariri to choose between either the Saudi/Israeli side, or Hezbollah side.

    • Ronald

      The Lebanese people just voted a majority of Hezbollah to form the next government.
      Harriri a Sunni is only the President, not the government.

      • Ivan Freely

        Currently, Hariri is Prime Minister. Aoun is President.

        • Ronald

          Thank you for your correction.

    • rudy

      2/ The choice should be easy, Saudi and ISraeHELLi are 2 since milliniums Desertpirate tribes !

  • So…. Russia’s not the only one doing some hacking?

    • HardHawk

      to whom you think skype – facebook – whatsup belong to along with utube – twitter and many sites as those ones? They dont need to hack anything. who ever using those sites is been given his details the moment he signed in them.

    • rudy

      The choice should be easy, Saudi and ISraeHELLi are 2 since milliniums Desertpirate tribes !

  • Tommy Jensen

    Reliable rumours also says Hezbollah has erected a precision ICBM depot close to Russia´s military base in Latakia. These ICBM´s will be ready against Jerusalem within 4 weeks and this is not something we only think.
    This warning is not to the Russians but to Jerusalem residents. Take care out there.

    • HardHawk

      I am certain now they read what you wrote, all will be in the streets buying umbrellas, first thing in the morning.

    • FlorianGeyer

      There are also rumours that the US and Israeli administrations have gone completely insane Tommy.

    • Snowglobe

      A reliable rumor in my neighborhood is that Israeli intelligence are in stand down, and that their media assets will be removed.

      *shrug*

      • Concrete Mike

        So cbc is shutting down???

        Good ive had enough of anna marie tremontie and tom powers, fucking hipster douchebag

        • Snowglobe

          Oh I sooooo wish that it was true. The shutting down of the CBC would raise the IQ of Canada considerably.

          The rumor mill that I am plugged into is waiting for the day that CNN (and others from the snow deficit zone to the south of us) internally combusts. The propaganda that comes out of there needs to be shoveled. The next wave of excrement that they are due to release will be about Russian Submarines.

          Do not believe a word of it.

          Here we go…..3…2…1…. Russian Subs attacks caused the loss of Hillary Clinton’s election, the fall in the stock market, and the polar ice caps to melt!!!…or something equally stupid.

          The rumor mill says that we are nearing the end of this, but we are being forced to watch the death throws of the propaganda beast.

    • John Whitehot

      ICBMs.

      oh that makes a lot of sense. Inter continental ballistic missiles to hit targets 100kms away.

      • PZIVJ

        This does sound like overkill John, but why not. LOL

      • Promitheas Apollonious

        have you ever seen tummy boy to make sense?

    • Brian Michael Bo Pedersen

      ICBM for a target a few hundreds kilometers away?
      I do not think so, and if you know what a ICBM is and how it works, neither should you…

      Its called an Inter CONTINENTAL Ballistic Missile for a reason.

      If anything it would be a “standard” ballistic missile.

  • BlueInGreen

    hmmm….This is just bad timing if we are to believe that Israel wants to go to war with Hezbollah yet again. And I mean it’s bad timing for the Israelis since diplomatically it’s difficult to make Hezbollah look like the bad guy when Hezbollah has literally been fighting and dying in order to protect Lebanon from Jihadi invaders and Hezbollah hasn’t attacked Israel in anyway shape or form that would justify an attack.

    Following is something I wrote earlier but was detected as spam on SouthFront for some reason:

    I sincerely would advise people not to read into to this much. As previously stated many times by myself and others who are familiar with the Hezbollah-Israeli conflict, Israel just doesn’t have the operational initiative here. They will invariably be the ones who will attack Hezbollah first and subsequently play by Hezbollahs rules of engagement. It’s a disaster for Israel no matter how it plays out with the only real ace in the hole for Israel being the massive amounts of damage it cause to Lebanon structurally. But this will come at a cost for the Israeli state.

    Recent developments regarding the S-300 deployment to SyAAD forces and many other Russian systems will and can ground the Israeli Air force operationally over Lebanon if Syria wills it (The latest Israeli strike against was a tactical victory but a MASSIVE strategic loss). Israel is a small nation and going to war with Hezbollah would put its economy and ability to function as a state in a “state” of shock so to speak. All Hezbollah needs to do is aim its missiles at Israels air ports, sea ports and centers of commerce (thats only if Israel decides to bomb Lebanon indiscriminately). The Iron Dome, Davids Sling and patriot systems cannot handle the amount of missiles Hezbollah will rain down on Israel, so damage will happen whether or not Israel thinks it can counteract it sufficiently.

    Israel, to get the missiles to stop coming, would, more or less, have to invade Southern Lebanon in full and fight Hezbollah street by street, building to building, town by town. The loss of Israeli soldiers will be great and thats a price the Israeli high command has to take into account when going to war with Hezbollah again. The advance into Hezbollah held and fortified territory would need Israel to bare its military might in full.

    • BlueInGreen

      Countries and shipping companies won’t dock tankers and cargo vessels in a high conflict zone, in addition planes will not want to land at Ben Gurion air port or any other Israeli Air ports under constant missile barrage.

      But I digress, Israel is still a strong and highly capable military that can and will inflict maximum damage to Lebanon out of pure spite if the fighting gets bad enough but at least that spite will be reciprocated back at Israel in kind by Hezbollah.

      Sincerely speaking, I think the Israels thought they could take on Hezbollah again and beat them but that time has past. It will cost so much and possibly lead to a outright military defeat for Israel (Israelis are pridefully arrogant, with a Hubris the size of Texas so…).

      Iran counter to Israel through the support of Hezbollah is something the Israelis are really angry about and have no good solution to. Lebanon on the other hand in safe from terrorists for the most part and has a good sense of sovereignty due to sacrifices of honorable Lebanese men and women that care for their nation and people.

      • HardHawk

        Yes we seen them in 2006, how strong they are. A myth can last as long it not challenged and busted and no coward or bully ever been strong unless it goes against civilians women and children so spare me you assumptions, as it is exactly what they are. I will not go into a long conversation here with you.

        I only tell you one thing and think about it. Israel is only strong when others make the wars for it and Israel just take the credit. The only time they went alone, was in 2006 and they been defeated hands down. And don’t tell me they use nuclear and this or that because they know better than I do, the moment they go hot on nuclear they cease to exist from both the Russians and the Chinese who if the beginning is done will not stop with Israel.

        Unless you don’t follow what the retards from west telling about Russia, and maybe west think this is a game that all is forgotten after you back down but I assure you the ones that matter in Russia and have the power to press the buttons and I am not referring to Putin, they take all threats to their motherland dead serious and will not hesitate or discuss it and be western style reasonable.

        • BlueInGreen

          I see you’re very sentimental about all this and I feel you but on a technical level, Israel did inflict massive amounts of infrastructural damage to Lebanon due to their inability to counter Hezbollah effectively.

          This time around, Israel will be dealing with a Hezbollah that has stocks of weapons that are overflowing quite from their weapons depots and thousands of battle hardened soldiers ready to fight Israeli soldiers street to street, town by town.

      • Omega

        I too would disagree: Israel doesn’t have a strong and highly capable military. It has an air force; and that is not enough to win a war. To contrast: in 2006, when Israel depleted its entire air-to-ground ammunition in the first ten days, it called the US (who agreed) for more. It caused an uproar at the Pentagon as a similar request was declined to US troops in Vietnam. Yet, Israel could not achieve any of its military objectives.

        • BlueInGreen

          Fair assessment and I respect your perspective but from what I’ve seen and still see Israel is still a powerful and highly effective military in “general”. I probably should have been specific in my description of Israel’s military force. There is no doubt whatsoever that Israel’s military falls apart when facing a strong and battle hardened opponent like Hezbollah who will fight for land, people and country unlike Israel who are fighting because they’re told to so so for some bogus reason.

          I noticed you have the Tree from the Lebanese flag as your Avatar. Are you Lebanese? I love Lebanon myself, have friends from their that go to my university.

          • Omega

            Likewise, I respect your perspective. Based on, and to name primary events alone, what I have seen is the following:

            • Following the 1937 Peel Commission (which envisioned 20% of Palestine to the Jews), the Jewish Zionists went on the rampage of the land with a decade-long terror campaign. It was so bad the British army couldn’t contain it. Their goal was to ethnically cleanse the land.

            • In 1948 and prior to self-declaring independence, the Jewish Zionists attacked and captured upwards of 800 Palestinian towns/villages – it was planned and not the result of the heat of battle. The surrounding countries intervened in Palestine (no land granted to Israel by the UNSCOP was entered) to restore peace. The intervention spilled to Israel where the Jewish Zionists became even more savage and repelled the intervening armies.

            • In 1956 and with the complicity of England and France, Israel invaded Egypt. While France and Egypt removed themselves following Eisenhower’s order, Israel did not. It’s only after a lengthy process by Eisenhower that Israel agreed to leave (they destroyed everything on their way out).

            • In 1967, Israel planned and waged attacks on Egypt, Syria (after attacking the USS Liberty), Jordan, Gaza and the West Bank. It was to steal lands it couldn’t in 1948 and 1956.

            • In 1982, Israel illegally invaded the south of Lebanon to occupy it for nearly two decades. It was to repeat their land theft feat of 1967 on the pretext of thwarting the PLO. Israeli officials arrested their retreat was a “humiliating defeat”.

            • In 2006, Israel planned and waged the war on Hezbollah and Lebanon. Mossad and Shin Bet directors called it a “national catastrophe … and a Israel suffered a critical blow.”

            History shows that while Israel had the capability to always attack others, its strength in real warfare disminished over time. I supposed that’s what they get when their only training has been the terrorizing of unarmed Palestinians and relying on air attacks.

            I am. Born, raised and live in Lebanon; land of the Canaanites/Phoenicians. I did my B.S. and M.S. here and doctorate abroad. Happy to read you love Lebanon; Lebanon loves you back.

          • BlueInGreen

            Thorough and well rounded post, I appreciate your cordiality; it’s a welcome change to the usual vitriol that is thrown around on the internet.

            That being said, I myself am American, born in the US to two Iranian legal immigrants. So I’m American Iranian ,Iranian American, or just American whichever you prefer lol.

            Sincerely wish the best for you Lebanese, I mean it. You don’t deserve any thing bad to come your way since you’re almost always peaceful but death (Israel) is looking for war. With the grace of god and the willingness of strong able bodied men, we will see Israel pushed back and tamed. Ultimately punished for the vile crimes against humanity they’ve committed, same goes for the US.

          • Omega

            Likewise, the content and nature of your comments echo reason.

            Thank you; my sentiments for Iran and her people are reciprocal. Peace is something in inherent to us for the most part – the ancient Canaanites/Phoenicians from whom today’s Lebanese descend from were not known to have indulged in wars and/or violence; and they had settled a vast real estate across the Mediterranean region. When ancient empires sought to destroy our cities, we would leave, let them destroy/burn it down to then come back and rebuilt it. It is said the legend of the death-and-rise Phoenix originated in Phoenicia for that reason. In unfortunate modern times, the British deep state’s agent (Kissinger with his policies) and religious zealotry lead us to fight/kill each other in a devastating civil war. We learned and came a long way. As for the American and Israeli golems, neither have a nervous central system of their own. Their deep state masters in Britain run both. It’s too bad, the US went from being one of the most admired country to one of the most despised in a rather short period of time.

          • AlexanderAmproz

            The US went straight from Barbaric stage to Decadence
            without to pass by Civilisation said Clemenceau…

          • Omega

            Une citation parfaite.

    • HardHawk

      and which of the rainbow warriors who seem to have infested the IDF since 2006 and after will do the fighting for Israel may I ask? Have any of you noticed the mass exodus from Israel to Europe this last 3 months? Israel is scared shitless to attack Hezbollah, unless you think that what the politicians, farting they do the soldiers can not wait to execute.

      As for what the missiles of Hezbollah are targeting you missed it there. They are targeting as you correctly said ports and airports, but the main target it is Dimona and the nuclear facilities of Israel and army camps. Unlike the jews and FUKUS, they don’t target civilians.

      • BlueInGreen

        I agree in part with your sentiment but the part about Dimona (which I believe Hezbollah said it will strike in a future conflict) is a bit concerning to me. If Hezbollah were to indeed strike it creating a “dirty bomb” essentially, this would give Israel a lot of sympathy on the world stage and ammo to accuse Hezbollah of trying to “gas” and “poison” Jews/Israelis, invoking memories of WW2.

        These posts are just my opinion about the whole conflict but I would like to see Hezbollah limit its targets to military and critical infrastructure to keep Israel in check so to speak.

        • HardHawk

          Israel has zero sympathy from any one, any where in the world, that is not already a follower. And them they don’t count because any intelligent person is against them either with words or guns.

          What all of you fail to understand is when shit hit the fan none of you will be left out of the shit spreading on them. Unless of course you are with the idea no matter geographically where you live, It will not touch you. Dimona it is the most serious military target. When a mad dog refuse to reason and keep trying to destroy you then you put it down once and for all you dont let it recover by checking it as you say.

          • BlueInGreen

            I’m just asserting that attacking Dimona off the bat might not be the best option but keeping Dimona as a possible military target (depending on how the war is going) is a good idea since the Israelis know that at any time they will be facing nuclear contamination of Israel.

            You’re right though. If we are to go by Israelis actions and rhetoric, then it would be perfectly fine to assume that the Israelis just don’t give a shit about what the world thinks since its ruled by hardcore religious racist fanatics and safe guarded by the US from any international bodies of law that would seek to end its inhumane activities.

          • HardHawk

            of the bat agree it be a terrible counter productive, idea but we was speaking, how Hezbollah and Iran for that matter will react when Israel attack Lebanon with the main target Hezbollah, other wise they ( Israel) have no reason to attack Lebanon do they?

            Is not that I agree to happen but then again is not like any of us has the ear of them (Hez) or they listen to any us. But from the military point of view Israel has one of two choice to make protect is military assets with its anti ballistic missiles or the civilians in the towns. I give you one guess what they will defend.

            If Hezbollah with their allies, attack soft targets, then they are no different than the ones who defend themselves against, so their only choice is to shut down, the military assets of their enemy and as a military person I will chose where it hurts the most with all the bunker busters I have directed to one single spot. and the rest of the missiles rain them literally on their airports and ports.

        • Omega

          Do you realize Israel did not care one bit about civilian/ commercial/industrial buildings and infrastructures in 2006? It even went on bombing Christian towns/villages in spite of being warned otherwise by their treacherous element within the Lebanese government, Elias Murr.

          • BlueInGreen

            I’m am fully aware of Israel’s disregard for lives other than Israeli lives.

            What is your contention with my post?

          • Omega

            I believe to have misunderstood your comment; my fault. Your suggestion to limit targets in Israel to military and critical is to avoid a bad rep for a Hezbollah.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    It was definitely Israhell that sent this message

    • John Whitehot

      who else.

  • Tudor Miron

    Bibi is going nuts lately. Nice to see his kind in panic mode.

    • Ivan Freely

      Yes, but he does have abnormal amount of influence on a nation with a lot of fire power.

  • John Mason

    Be interesting to see what would be the response of the jews if they receive messages telling them that their neighbours could be terrorists and to report any suspicious activities.

    • Harvey Swinestein

      Latest news flash! Syrian and Lebanese intelligence has uncovered a nuclear weapons plant in Dimona. They are warning local residents to move away from the area in preparation for missile strikes. “Rogue nuclear states that threaten regional peace cannot be allowed”, said the Lebanese foreign minister, while the Syrian ministry of defense has warned of an imminent attack on the plant as it is a threat to the state of Syria and Syrian and Lebanese national interests. “We will not allow this nuclear threat to operate” they warned. “We reserve the right to stop Israel producing any weapons that could be used against the states of Lebanon and Syria ..”

    • Smaug

      They’d look at each other strangely, then go about their business.

  • Sinbad2

    You can see where this is going.
    Because Israel can no longer bomb Syria, they will start bombing Lebanon as some kind of psychotic face saving exercise.

    • Ivan Freely

      Israel have always wanted Lebanon’s water supply. But the UN troops are in their way. Maybe a false flag against the UN troops to get the ball rolling again.

      • Sinbad2

        The UN troops are just window dressing, Israel effectively annexed Lebanon to the Litani river. The last Israeli invasion was because Israel alleged that Hezbollah kidnapped some Israeli soldiers. At the time they were in Lebanon, near the Litani river.

  • Smaug

    Well, somebody is definitely trying to lobby the Lebanese against Hezbollah. And if it is Israel behind this it may be A) using actual Hezbollah facilities against them and B) be advanced warning to residents in case they decide to destroy those facilities.

  • Lena Jones

    Fe fi fo fum

    I smell the fear of jewish scum.

  • Lena Jones

    How stupid can the jews be?! They’re sending warning messages to fearless, fanatic hezb supporters!

    • Sinbad2

      They are threats, they know that many Hezbollah have families in the region.
      It’s quite common for Israel to kill civilians, as a way of applying pressure to the troops.
      It has the advantage that the children they kill don’t shoot back.

  • World_Eye

    Only Hitler was the cure for this nasty Jews, he didn’t finished them all and those who remained are today’s residential evil.

  • putinbeater

    arabs are shits. they always put weapons nearby civil objects

    • Criticalthinker101

      Interesting article from Israeli daily paper Haaretz on an Idf policy called – “the neighbour procedure”.

      https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.haaretz.com/amp/1.5120313

      • putinbeater

        not the same situation. but also awful

    • Concrete Mike

      Your riggt arabs are shit, look at saudi army.

      Houthis now there are real fighters there.

      See how stupid your comment was solomonchik??

      • putinbeater

        also shit

  • Bob

    WhatsApp was bought out by Facebook – so the user data is mined in same way as with Facebook. Not hard for Israeli intelligence to access WhatsApp user base in Lebanon.