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Sunday, October 2, 2016

OFFICIAL: Iraq Transportation Minister States Iraq had Airports and Spaceships 7,000 Yeas Ago

Iraqi transportation minister claims Iraq had airports and spaceships 7,000 years ago

Published October 2nd, 2016

Iraqi transportation minister Kadhem Finjan al-Hamami claimed this weekend that Iraq was home to the world’s first airports 7,000 years ago, when Sumerians would launch spaceships that reached other planets.

Al-Hamami’s statements, which were reported by Al Jazeera, puzzled onlookers and even appeared to confuse his entourage who stood silently behind him as he delivered his statements at a press conference in Dhi Qar – a province in Iraq’s southern region near Basra.

“It’s a long story, maybe you don’t know about it. Maybe even people from Dhi Qar don’t know - the first airports that were built on planet Earth were built in the 5th Century BC in Dhi Qar.”

Al-Hamami’s went on to discuss the uniqueness of Dhi Qar, claiming that the region is renowned for being the safest in the world for flight. This is why, in his view, the Sumerians decided to build their airports there – and to create a space program predating NASA by 7,000 years.

“There were Sumerians who launched spaceships [from Dhi Qar] and headed to other worlds.” al-Hamami claimed. Among his other claims were that Sumerians discovered an 11th planet, which they named “Nibiru”, and the Sumerians themselves were actually angels.

Naturally, not everyone bought al-Hamami’s story. Many took to Twitter the lambast the transport minister for making his country appear stupid:


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