Radar images emerging after the Beirut bombing show four American naval reconnaissance aircrafts near the Lebanese-Syrian coast conducting unusual reconnaissance activity, which, according to security experts, increases the possibility of America’s involvement in the recent bombings that shook the Lebanese capital, Beirut.
The tragic explosion which rocked Beirut last week was not an accident, but an expertly planned terrorist attack by Israeli intelligence aimed at displacing Hezbollah from Lebanese territory. While ammonium nitrate may have been the primary explosive, various photographs clearly show that the blast was triggered by a thermonuclear explosion. The signatures of the initial detonation, as well as the resulting white mushroom cloud and burst of red fire, all indicate that a complex weapons system was utilized.
Conspiracy theory. Contrary to the author’s claim, a mushroom cloud can result from any large enough explosion, not necessarily a nuclear one. In fact, the Beirut blast lacked precisely the two elements which accompany a nuclear detonation, namely a white flash and a searing thermal pulse. Additionally, a non-proliferation expert dismissed the claim citing the small size of the explosion and an absence of radiation in the area. See further debunking here, here, and here.