Rioters Set Fire to US Embassy in Beirut after Hezbollah Calls for ‘Day of Rage’

( – Muslim leaders in Lebanon, Hezbollah, clinging to Gaza’s version of events following the deadly hospital explosion in the Palestinian region, called for a “Day of Rage.” They blamed leaders in the U.S. and France for the devastation alongside those in Israel, stating the countries’ leaders are just as responsible because they supply their enemy with its weapons. They’ve taken their demonstrations to numerous areas across the Middle East — including a U.S. Embassy in Beirut, Lebanon, where rioters set fire to a building.

Israeli officials say they have more than enough proof that the Gaza hospital tragedy was the result of Hamas missile misfire, but its enemies say they were attacked and are condemning the Jewish nation for what they’re calling war crimes. Numerous videos have emerged on social media that implicate Hamas, including a post on X, the outlet once called Twitter, from the Israel Defense Force. The text above the video, clearly directed at the Muslim terrorist group, states, “You had one job.” The footage below shows multiple rockets being launched dangerously close to the hospital, with the last appearing to misfire right before the hospital goes up in flames.

Hamas denied the possibility that one of their rockets could cause so much damage, and it also convinced the bulk of the Arab nations that the explosion was the result of Israel waging a deliberate attack. Sympathists point to video footage they say is evidence of an interception causing the blast, but there’s no evidence of anything else traveling in the air or impacting the rocket before it exploded. Additionally, research analyst Joe Truzman offers a clip of a previous Hamas rocket launch, reminding viewers that the terrorists’ technology is faulty, and misfires have hit friendly territory before.

The event at the US Embassy, where protestors waved and displayed Palestinian flags hours before President Joe Biden was slated to arrive, is just one example of the demonstrations that have broken out all across the world, with supporters on both sides demanding justice and drawing enemy lines. United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres recently condemned all the violence that has occurred in the region — by both Hamas and Israel — and pressed for a total cease-fire, a release of all hostages in Gaza, and vital aid to be allowed immediately into the Palestinian territory.

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