Three kilometres off the coast of the city of Sidon, a huge crane on the back of a ship manoeuvred the military hardware into place over the water before dropping them down to the seabed one after the other.
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“This will be a paradise for divers and a place where we can develop underwater life,” said NGO representative Kamel Kozbar, who hopes seaweed will soon cover the vehicles.
Lebanon boasts some 200 kilometres of Mediterranean coast but beaches have not been spared from a waste and garbage crisis that has plagued the country for years.
In Sidon, a mountain of smelly trash has scarred the shoreline, despite the presence of a new waste management facility.
In a region fraught with tensions the latest project also has some political undertones.
The tanks have been placed with their turrets facing towards Lebanon’s southern foe Israel “out of solidarity for the Palestinian people”, Kozbar said.
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