Every day Israel and Jews are attacked.
They are accused of everything from having snipers shoot kids to Mossad bird agents, shark spies, dolphin agents, and more.
Now those sneaky “Jooooos” are really getting serious and stealing Iran’s clouds in order to cause a drought…
- Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali is head of Civil Defence Organisation
- He claimed the changing weather in the country is ‘suspect’ said Israel to blame
- Jalali claimed theory has a solid scientific basis and Iran also facing snow theft
An Iranian general has accused Israel of stealing its clouds in order to manipulate weather and cause drought in the Islamic Republic.
Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali, head of Iran’s Civil Defence Organisation said that the changing climate in Iran is ‘suspect’.
‘Foreign interference is suspected to have played a role in climate change,’ said Jalali, who insisted results from an Iranian scientific study ‘confirm’ the claim.
‘Israel and another country in the region have joint teams which work to ensure clouds entering Iranian skies are unable to release rain,’ he said.
‘On top of that, we are facing the issue of cloud and snow theft.’
Jalali cited a survey showing that above 7200 feet all mountainous areas between Afghanistan and the Mediterranean are covered in snow, except Iran.
The general’s allegations of weather pilfering were not the first time an Iranian official has accused the country’s foes of stealing its rain.
Former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2011 accused Western countries of devising plans to ’cause drought’ in Iran,
He claimed ‘European countries used special equipment to force clouds to dump’ their water on their continent.
‘Today our country is moving towards drought, which is partly unintentional due to industry and partly intentional, as a result of the enemy destroying the clouds moving towards our country and this is a war that Iran is going to overcome,’ he said.
The Iranian leader also accused Western states of creating the HIV virus to weaken the developing world and create a market for pharmaceuticals.