An Iranian general recently claimed that Israel manipulates Iranian weather and steals Iran’s clouds to create a water shortage. The word “bizarre” does not aptly describe this latest Iranian libel against Israel.
Water Shortage in Iran
Iran is experiencing a serious drought. This is one of the reasons for the massive civil unrest that is going on across Iran at this moment.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered to help Iran solve their water shortage problem. Netanyahu made a brilliant online video that targets the Iranian people with assistance to help with their water problem.
Prime Minister Netanyahu offered to help solve the water crisis, and said, “The Iranian people are victims of a cruel and tyrannical regime that denies them vital water.”
Israel Ready to Help Iran
Netanyahu told the Iranians that Israel faced similar water issues and found ways to deal with them. He added that Israeli technology can help the Iranians.
Netanyahu is clearly showing that Israel would never “steal clouds,” even if we knew how. Rather, Israel is willing to help the Iranian people solve their water crisis.
While the Islamic regime of Iran is the enemy of Israel, the people of Iran are not our enemies.
Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali is the Iranian General who recently publicly blamed Israel for stealing Iran’s clouds.
“Foreign interference is suspected to have played a role in climate change,” Jalali was quoted as saying. He insisted that results from an Iranian scientific study “confirm” the claim.
“Israel and another country in the region have joint teams which work to ensure clouds that enter Iranian skies are unable to release rain,” he said.
But even this lie was a bit too much for some Iranians. In response, Iran’s chief meteorologist disputed this claim, saying that clouds can’t be stolen.
Israel is Creating Water from Air
One Israeli invention actually creates water from air! The name of the company that has invented this technology is called Watergen.
You can watch this amazing technology in action here: