US Prepares New Massive Intelligence Collection Center In Hezbollah-Controlled Beirut

  • Over the weekend, reports from United States intelligence sources revealed that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is building a new regional hub in Lebanon within an embassy complex containing an area of 93,000 square meters in the country’s capital, Beirut.
  • The new site is currently under construction in Awkar, a town in the Northern Province of Lebanon, far away from the Southern Province occupied by the Iranian-backed Islamic terrorist group Hezbollah.
  • According to the French Intelligence Online website, the complex will cost around $1 billion, containing a hospital, arts center, swimming pool, residential towers, and data collection center for US intelligence officials. Given Lebanon’s closeness to Syria, US intelligence officials consider the country a safe and strategic location for sending intelligence agents and personnel from agencies in Washington, DC.
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