JERUSALEM, Israel - Hezbollah has added chemical weapons to its arms cache, according to a report in the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Siyasa published on Thursday.
According to the newspaper report, the Hezbollah weapons warehouse that exploded about six weeks ago in an abandoned building in the southern Lebanese village of Khirbet Silim also housed chemical weapons.
The article contends that Hezbollah kept UNIFIL (United Nations) forces and Lebanese army troops away from the explosion site to prevent discovery of the chemical weapons stash.
According to al-Sisaya, Iran has been supplying Hezbollah with chemical and biological weapons, which are being stored in warehouses north and south of the Litani River.
Iranian shipments to its its Lebanese proxy enter through Syrian airports, the article stated.