100 Iranian experts with dogs in Lebanon to protect Hezbollah, report


The French strategic news website TTV reportedly said on Friday that around 100 Iranian explosives experts accompanied by trained dogs are now operating in Beirut’s southern suburbs, the Bekaa and south Lebanon ( all Hezbollah strongholds) , due to concerns that Hezbollah could be targeted by explosions.

The concerns were prompted by Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah’s claim that U.S. and Israeli intelligence agents had penetrated the party’s ranks.

In a televised speech on June 24 via video link Nasrallah revealed that three Hezbollah members spied for the CIA.

Hezbollah did not deny or confirm the TTV report so far.