The Palestinian tents in Lebanon are considered a temporary bomb that poses a threat to the Palestinian residents of the camps first and then to the Lebanese neighborhood, and the greatest threat to Lebanon’s security, especially after what happened yesterday when an explosion sounded that remained mysterious until now, and specifically when a warehouse exploded, according to media outlets and social networking site pioneers. It belongs to the Hamas movement and includes ammunition and weapons, especially since the successive small explosions caused great doubt that the news ended up being completely true. However, the Hamas movement, which is close to the axis of resistance, utilized the narrative of oxygen canisters exploding after an electrical short circuit, and this is the reason most frequently cited by Iran’s supporters in recent years, especially when they are under assault. They are unable to provide its conditions, as happens every week in Syria and Iran.
In response, Hamas released a statement rejecting what had been published in the media and on social media, calling it a planned attack on the movement. But a question arises: why does Hamas require a stockpile in Lebanon, and can it be deployed against Israel from Lebanese territory later?