An unknown number of casualties are being reported when a car bomb was detonated in eastern Lebanon’s Sbouba village. The village is near a Hezbollah position and exploded around 4:00 am on Tuesday morning.
Residents near the area reported hearing the sirens of ambulances as they headed for the scene of the bomb attack.
Several attacks have been targeting the areas that are controlled by the Hezbollah, including convoys in the Bekaa valley in eastern Lebanon as well as Beirut.
Two suicide attackers killed 23 people at the Iranian embassy in southern Beirut on November 19th.
The attacks seem to be linked to the involvement of the Tehran-backed Hezbollah in the Syrian war. Hezbollah has sent thousands of troops to Syria to help the loyal troops of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.
By Brent Matsalla