Is Lebanon facilitating movement of IRGC fighters and arms to Syria, Iraq Yemen? Report

Iran Revolutionary Guards
Iran Revolutionary Guards

The Lebanese embassy in Tehran announced that going forward, in order to facilitate the movement of Iranian citizens to Lebanon, their passport would not be stamped at the Beirut airport , the Iran News Wire reported on Friday. According to other reports, the Beirut airport  is   facilitating the smuggling of weapons and drugs, and enabling the transition of pro-Iranian fighters to other countries engaged in civil wars in the Middle East.

Fadi al-Hasan, head of the Rafik Hariri International Airport Nov. 17, 2015.
Fadi al-Hasan, head of the Rafik Hariri International Airport Nov. 17, 2016.

Hezbollah reportedly is in control of the airport and has been allowing  the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) to use the Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport as a base for Iranian regime operations, which consists of transporting weapons and fighters to locations and countries serving the Revolutionary Guards’ strategy for regional intervention. In November 2016 Israel accused Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of using commercial airline flights to ship weapons to its proxy the Lebanese Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah, but Fadi al-Hasan the head of Lebanon’s Rafiq Hariri international airport denied Israeli accusations Lebanon’s Hezbollah is a division of the Quds force of The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, which  plays the leading role in fueling major wars in the Middle East, including the current wars in Syria, Iraq and Yemen. Hezbollah, which is classified as a terrorist group by the United States and several Arab countries wields strong political influence in Lebanon and its powerful military wing has been fighting for over 5 years in the Syrian conflict in support of President Bashar al Assad. Agencies

  • Arzna

    General director of the Lebanese General Security, Major General Abbas Ibrahim did confirm yesterday that Iranians will not have their passports stamped should they wish but instead they will have the stamp on a separate sheet. Ibrahim also confirmed that this has been going on for several years for Iranians and other nationals He disd not elaborate

    • Niemals

      He did not elaborated simply because the decision have been probably influenced by Sayyed Nasrallah…

      • Arzna

        precisely

      • Rascal

        The Lebanese government appears to have very little power left. IRGC now openly brags about its colony Lebanon.

      • Hind Abyad

        Oh really who would have thought.. hhhh..

  • Rascal

    When Iran starts the next war from Lebanon the Iranian weapons routes including the airport will suffer. Lebanon sat back and let Iran take over and dictate the rules and It is only a question of time before all hell breaks loose.

    • Hind Abyad

      Report “Hezbollah using Beirut airport to facilitate smuggling of guns
      english.alarabiya.net/…/Hezbollah-is-using-Beirut-airport-to-facilit…
      The Lebanese are also using the airport to facilitate the smuggling of drugs and weapons. … are going on in the Middle East, such as in Syria, Yemen, and Iraq. … weapons and also in allowing pro-Iranian fighters to cross into other…”

      Wahhabi sect 200 years old. Saudi Arabia Zionist British creation in WWI.
      Persia 2500 Yemen 3000. Zionist Motto “From the Nile to the Euphrate”..
      They want it all, Irak, Syria, Lebanon..down to Yemen.
      Israel owns the US & EU.
      Forgot Alaska.. facts on the ground like Golan Heights

  • Hind Abyad
  • Niemals

    Merkel will meet with leaders in Jordan and Lebanon, the question is – will she achieve some response.
    The two countries have the world’s highest number of refugees per capita – a topic that should be a central theme of the Bundeskanzlers trip.

    Discussions with students in Jordan and Lebanon and talks with Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Saad Hariri are just a few of the items on Bundeskanzlerin Merkel’s agenda during her two-day trip to the Middle East.
    The main topic of Merkel’s trip will be the refugee policy.

    After arriving to Jordan, the Bundeskanzlerin commented on Russia’s proposal for the EU to help rebuild Syria.
    The Russians destroyed Syria, so its up to them to rebuild Syria.

    “As long as there is no political solution, we will not take part in the recovery effort,” that was the only adequate comment by Merkel.