by Middle East Eye News Staff at Middle East Eye
Footage shared on social media showed the burnt-out wreckage of several vehicles in southern Beirut, as crowds gathered nearby after the attack.
Dahiyeh, where the explosion took place, is a largely residential neighbourhood but also serves as a stronghold for the Lebanese armed movement, Hezbollah, and also houses Hamas offices.
There was no confirmation of who else may have been killed in the attack, but Hamas said two commanders from the al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, were also killed.
Hamas’s Al Aqsa TV later reported the names of the two commanders who were killed, Samir Findi Abu Amer and Azzam Al-Aqraa Abu Ammar…Continue Reading