| 12 April 2024, Friday |

Excuse us Mikati! Here is Beirut Airport Road, not Tehran

Here is Tehran… Excuse me! It is Beirut, and this is the Airport Road that Hezbollah has turned into an mandatory corridor that leads to the Republic of Wilayat al-Faqih.

A new giant painting for Qassem Soleimani was raised on the anniversary of his killing on January 3, to join dozens of pictures on the road that welcomes officials from major countries, as well as expatriates and tourists, and the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who visited Lebanon last week.

As for this video, Hezbollah’s media intended to distribute it to show the preparations for raising Soleimani’s painting in order to perpetuate the image of Iranian guardianship over Lebanon.

Hashtag #Airport Road, accompanied by the title #Lebanon_under_occupation, was trending on social media platforms today, and most of the interactors expressed their rejection of these disgusting scenes on the airport road, criticizing Hezbollah’s persecution of what remained from the Lebanese state.

One of them said: A mural on the road to Tehran airport, sorry, on the road to Beirut airport.

Another said: Airport Road is the gateway to the Republic of Wilayat al-Faqih. No, gentlemen, here is Lebanon.

Another tweeted: When you are coming to Lebanon on the airport road, you think that you are mistaken, and you wonder where did the pilot brought you as you wanted to come Lebanon rather than Iran and Kandahar. Beirut has become Tehran and our sweet Lebanon has flown.

The last disaster was made by Lebanon’s Prime Minister Najib Mikati, who classified Hezbollah as a political party, denying the existence of any foreign country’s influence over Lebanon.

In other words, Mikati is observing these provocative scenes, either because he is unable or unwilling to remove these manifestations on the road to Rafik Hariri International Airport.

Is it permissible to convert the airport road to a street in one of Tehran’s neighborhoods?

Hence, this is an open invitation to Mikati to take a look at the photos posted on the airport roads, and the scenes of diesel tanks invading the borders right under the state’s nose, so that he may know whether there is a foreign influence on Lebanon or not.

Indeed, this is enough they should know that here is Lebanon even if some people refuse to confess.


  • Sawt Beirut International