Iran’s digital clock counts down to Israel’s death turns off amid power outages
A The digital clock set by the Iranian government to count down to Israel’s death appears to have been turned off as power outages swept the country.
The doomsday clock began four years ago, counting until 2040, the year that Israel would cease to exist, according to one Israel today report. The prediction was made by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as the Islamic Republic of Iran made opposition to Israel and Zionism a central tenet of its image.
But a post on social media this week showed that the giant clock in Palestine Square is now empty as it has gone dark due to the power outages that have swept the country in the wake of recent waves of heat.
“The Iranian regime’s countdown to Israel’s annihilation clock has stopped working due to the blackouts that swept through Iran,” tweeted Asaad Hanna, a former Al Monitor reporter. , fellow of Columbia University.
“A few years ago the radical Iranian regime created a ‘clock’ that counts down to the ‘destruction’ of Israel. Following repeated power cuts in recent days, the clock has stopped. Maybe instead of developing nuclear weapons, they should focus on developing renewable energy. Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon tweeted in response to the photo.
Traffic lights, public transport and telecommunications in Iran have been forced to go out for long periods of time at a time, according to the report. The recent heat wave coupled with a drought that hit the country’s hydropower plants crippled Iran’s electricity grid.
Western sanctions have weighed heavily on the country’s infrastructure.
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Original author: Brady knox