In 2010, when sharks began attacking tourists at Egypt’s Sharm El-Shekih resort, Israel’s intelligence agency, Mossad, was accused of training the sharks to attack, in order to ruin Egypt’s tourism industry.
Then, in 2011, a vulture tagged by Israeli scientists flew into Saudi Arabia … and was arrested for being a spy.
So, it’s not surprising that an Iranian general would come up with this laughable “reason” for their drought.
Recently, PM Netanyahu offered Iran valuable assistance in fighting their severe water shortage.
But looks like “You stole our clouds!” is their response.
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.’….
And, of course, Twitter just had to weigh in: 🙂
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Frequent travel required to The Islamic Republic of Iran. pic.twitter.com/c1bSQtwn79
— The Mossad (@TheMossadIL) July 4, 2018
Iran. Seriously. You're dealing with an enemy that controls your clouds, fault lines, and woodland creatures. Why would you want to mess with us?
— The Mossad (@TheMossadIL) July 2, 2018
#Iran, of course we stole your clouds! https://t.co/moxcVUB6ZQ pic.twitter.com/EbAlYUOJHV
— Israel Foreign Min. (@IsraelMFA) July 3, 2018
Not a cloud in the sky here in ‘t Gooi, yes the Goyish capital of the Netherlands. It must be the Jews! #theMossadStoleMyClouds pic.twitter.com/3UFKvHKHnu
— (((Princess Laurel Leaf 🐘))) (@1littleBIGMOUTH) July 4, 2018
Hmmm, maybe they should just say “You stole our brains!” – seems like someone or something did, imho.