Massive protests took place in Beirut, Lebanon Saturday following the mega-blast earlier in the week that tore through Lebanon’s capital with the force of an earthquake.

More than 100 people were killed and 4,000 injured after a warehouse exploded near the port in Beirut.

On Saturday tens of thousands took to the streets in Beirut denouncing Iranian-backed Hezbollah terrorists and their leader Hassan Nasrallah.

And now an Italian explosives expert is speaking out about the massive blast that he says was likely a military missile warehouse.

Italian Danilo Coppe spoke with Heshmat Alavi about the nature of the Beirut blast.

Coppe believes the red plume is a sign of lithium metal used as a propellant in military missiles.

And, of course, it all goes back to Barack Obama’s pals in Iran.