Iranian Cleric Accuses Israel Of Using Demons To Spy On Iran

Iranian Cleric Accuses Israel Of Using Demons To Spy On Iran

Seems legit:


An Iranian cleric accused Israel of using demons called “jinn” to spy on Iran and it’s allies. Iranian television broadcast a video where Waliullah Naqi Borfer, who claims to be an expert in the world of monsters such as Djins, a supernatural phenomenon of Arab mythology says that Jews have long experience in handling the jinn.

He added that Israel has tried to use the creature to spy on Iran, Hezbollah and Hamas. But still he thought Israelis failed in their attempts. He did not give details of this failure.


I have a good idea why the op failed?


That’s right.

Dean Winchester works for Iran now. : If you saw the last episode from this season, it makes sense.

Hat Tip: : Weasel Zippers

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