Facebook received many complaints from surfers following the post which led them to remove it from the social network. Facebook said: “The post has been removed because its content mocks the victims, which is contrary to our policy.”
Feiglin claimed in a removed post that it was not just fireworks in these warehouses. “You do not really believe it was some messy fuel depot, yes? Do you understand that this hell was supposed to fall on us in the rain of missiles? I have little experience with explosives. The biggest explosion I took part in was 2.5 tons of TN. ninth”.
Feiglin later said: “What we saw yesterday in the port of Beirut was much bigger. The destruction effect (without the radiation) was of a mini-bomb.” He also wrote: “Now pay attention, especially in the pictures from the sea, to the huge vacuum in the center of the explosion that sucked the seawater into it and picked up a mushroom similar to a nuclear explosion. So it is true that the terrible effect of radiation is not there, Missiles that know how to reach any strategic point in Israel. ”
He summed up the post and said: “Today Tu B’Av is a day of true and huge joy and gratitude to God and all the geniuses and heroes who really organized for us this wonderful celebration in honor of Valentine’s Day.”