Lebanese whistleblowers have come forward with allegations that Hezbollah is using Lebanon’s international airport in Beirut to store large quantities of Iranian weapons, the Telegraph reports.

According to the report, the Iran-backed terror group is using the Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport to store a variety of weapons, including ballistic missiles, unguided artillery rockets and laser-guided anti-tank guided missiles.

A highly explosive and toxic white powder known as RDX is also being stored at the airport, the whistleblowers say.

Speaking to the Telegraph, an airport worker says that the weapons arrive at the airport on flights from Iran in “mysterious large boxes.”... Read More: Times of Israel