Sobhi Al Tofaily, the former leader of Hezbollah who split from Hezbollah, from Brital (A small town near Baalbek) is considered one of the main voices of the Baalbek tribes (The actual resistance that fought against Israeli, Palestinian, and Syrian attempts at occupation and invasion)
In his last speech regarding the blast, Sayyed Al-Tofaily stated that they all knew, they all should be put to Trial, but the main culprit is Hezbollah and Nasrallah on its head, calling the explosion an act by a group of thieves and traitors (Talking about Hezbollah) and stating that Nasrallah was warned multiple times not to store the Nitrates near Civilian areas as it could be targetted by enemy strikes.
The Sayyed further stated that Hezbollah stopped being a resistance long ago, but rather it's an aggressor now, and it's a culprit and responsible for the destruction of Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, and calling for Hezbollah and all its slaves and dogs (Referencing the FPM and AMAL movement under Berri's control after the assassination of Sayyed Mousa Al Sader) to be put to trial and hanged.
Regarding the blast itself, Ammonium nitrate is known to be a weapon of choice for these thugs with Hezbollah being caught storing and using it in Cyprus, Kuwait, Bolivia, Germany, Syria, and Iraq, as well as threatening to use it against Israel.
Various military experts stated that the amount exploded could not have been 2700 tons, but rather around 300 tons only, inclining most of it was stolen.
Various media outlets have recently circulated pictures of the tunnel system underneath the port. The tunnel system is famously built and owned by Hezbollah underneath Beirut and is where Nasrallah himself stays as well as many known and unknown weapons and missile storages.
Regarding officials at the port, the port manager is Badri Daher, an FPM appointee.
The manifest manager Ne'mat Al-Braks, an FPM appointee.
The security officials in the port during the period, Ali Al-hajj, Moussa Maziad, and Pierre al-Hajj are Hezbollah and FPM appointees (first two Hezbollah, third FPM).https://www.alarabiya.net/ar/arab-and-w ... %85%D8%9F-
This article, though recent, and in Arabic, demonstrates that not only Lebanese people know full well the Hezbollah controls both the port and airport, especially after the 2008 settlement, but also points the endless stream of smuggling done by Hezbollah through the port to the point that even a representative ( Ziad Hawwat) from the strong republic block (an ally of FPM and indirectly, Hezbollah) has stated that Hezbollah controls both the port and airport and uses them as a main route for smuggling and put the blame of the explosion on Hezbollah as it controls the state and these passages since the 2008 settlement.
EDIT: The FPM is Hezbollah's main ally in the country and effectively works under an agreement where Hezbollah protects their corruption and they protect its guns.
EDIT 2: The ship is noted to have stopped in Sidon port for several months but then moved to the Beirut port.
The 4 main ports in the country are those of Tyre, Sidon, Beirut, and Tripoli.
Tyre and Beirut ports are controlled by Hezbollah, Tripoli port is control by the FPM, and Sidon port is controlled by the future movement.
You can draw whatever conclusions you want on why it just had to disembark and move to a Hezbollah controlled port instead of staying in Sidon port.
Also, Both Hezbollah and the FPM are refusing and fighting an international investigation and want the investigation to be done by their people.
Again, draw whatever conclusions you want.