Tourists hit by biblical plague

Hamza Khan recently visited Saudi Arabia, he was prepared, that could blow the sand to a greater or less extent around the ørkenstatens roads. Why did the pak

Tourists hit by biblical plague

Hamza Khan recently visited Saudi Arabia, he was prepared, that could blow the sand to a greater or less extent around the ørkenstatens roads. Why did the pak

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
18 mart 2020 Wednesday 03:00
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Tourists hit by biblical plague

Hamza Khan recently visited Saudi Arabia, he was prepared, that could blow the sand to a greater or less extent around the ørkenstatens roads.

Why did the pakistani man and his friends nor any major scare when they believed that they saw a sandstorm approaching during a drive.

- My friends and I sat in a car, when we suddenly saw what we thought was a sandstorm, says Hamza Khan to Caters News.

They came quickly in the thoughts of others, since they could see that they drove into a gigantic swarm of locusts of biblical proportions.

Friends in the car pulled quickly the phones back and captured the incredible sight, which forced the cars into to the side due to poor visibility.

Huge swarms a the locusts are a recurring plague, which was already described by the ancient egyptians about 2500 years before our era, and is mentioned in both the Bible and the qur'an.

According to the science site Nature is the eastern Africa, the Middle east and parts of Asia in the year hit by the worst græshoppeplage in a quarter of a century, posing a risk of about 20 million people, as the insects destroy crops.

A swarm of locusts typically consists of between four and eight billion locusts, which spreads over an area of approximately 100 square kilometers. Such a swarm eat daily as much as 3.5 million people.

Updated: 18.03.2020 03:00
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