The repercussions of the Beirut explosion continued on social media, as this issue has become a subject of great concern for social media pioneers in various Arab countries.
Lebanese activists launched the hashtag (#Hezbollah's_Ammonia _burns_Beirut) on Twitter, and accused the party of being responsible for storing these materials, in addition to storing weapons and missiles in Beirut, its suburbs and other densely populated places in Lebanon.
Lebanese and Arabs interacted with this hashtag which witnessed more than 15,000 tweets, mostly accusations against Hezbollah that it is behind the chaos and various crises that Lebanon is experiencing.
The popular discontent with Hezbollah has dominated this hashtag which has become among the most popular list in Lebanon.
Beirut suffered extensive damage and devastation that affected most of its suburbs against the background of the explosion of 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate in the port of the capital, the most important commercial port in the country.
At least 137 people were killed, and more than 5,000 were injured in the huge explosion that occurred on Tuesday in the Beirut port, and the Spokesman for the Ministry of Health, Ridha Mousavi, said: "This toll is not final," indicating that there are still dozens of missing.