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The flight information display system at the Rafic Al-Hariri International Airport in Beirut was hacked Sunday evening to display messages addressed to Hezbollah and Iran.

“Rafic Hariri Airport is not the airport of Hezbollah and Iran… Hassan Nasrallah, you won’t find a supporter if you involve Lebanon in a war. You must bear the responsibilities and consequences,” the message read.

“Hezbollah, we won’t fight on behalf of someone, you destroyed our port, and now you want to destroy our airport because of the weapons you bring through. Let the airport be liberated from the grip of the mini-state,” it continues.

The Airport’s technical team addressed the issue, but the hack disrupted air traffic and caused confusion among passengers.

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