Two bombs made of large juice glass bottles filled with gasoline and attached to a detonator were found near the National University, a high school in the town of Aley in Mount Lebanon, National News Agency reported on Sunday.
The explosives were discovered on Sunday morning according to NNA
Military experts are reportedly inspecting the explosive materials, according to security sources.
Aley is a a very popular resort for tourists coming from the Arab Gulf region.
Arab Gulf nations including Saudi Arabia , Qatar, UAE and Kuwait warned citizens last month against travel to Lebanon, triggering the worst tourism season since the civil war ended in 1990, according to the country’s hotel association.