If there are conspiracy theories about everything, why not about rain? For Iranian general Gholam Reza Jalali, commander of Iranian passive defense, the severe drought that affects the country may not be entirely the work of nature. Speaking at a colloquium on population protection, he said: "Foreign interference is suspected of having played a role in climate change. Scientific centers in the country have done a study on the subject and the result confirms this"
Fulfilling a little more "Jalali added," Israel and another country in the region have joint teams working to make clouds entering the country unable to pour rain, and we are dealing with a phenomenon of cloud theft and snow. " The proof will be that there is snow at altitudes above 2,200 meters in neighboring countries but not in Iran.
He was not persuaded, nor was silent, he was the head of the meteorological services of Iran. Perhaps accepting with caution that Jalali " probably have documents that I am not aware of, "Ahad Vazife said," based on weather knowledge, it is not possible for a country to steal snow or clouds. " He also recalled that the long drought in Iran is far from single, affecting many other countries.
Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmanidejad has for years been proposing similar theories, accusing European countries of using sophisticated technical means to make the clouds "turn out" the its water outside Iran.