BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:10 P.M.) – The weather conditions in Syria have been relatively poor these last few days, with heavy wind causing severe problems for millions of people.

Among the provinces most affected by the heavy wind is the Al-Hasakah Governorate, which is reporting a heavy dust storm at the moment.

According to local sources, several civilians suffering from asthma have been hospitalized as a result of this large dust storm.

Below are some photos from Al-Qamishli in northern Al-Hasakah:

 

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Bahram Khozai, PhD
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It’s well known for at least 1900s that “Weather Manipulation” is not only doable but most of its parameters can be easily set and fine tuned. The greatest super genius of the past 150-200 years, Nicholas Tesla who made hundreds of unbelievable inventions, much of it were impossible according to ordinary known laws of physics had weather manipulation as one of basic inventions. More esoteric ones include creating free, wireless energy by manipulating the Earth resonance frequency. On creating storms of all sorts, tsunami, earthquake, etc the US has had 120 years to perfect Tesla’s storms. BTW, hard to believe,… Read more »