WATCH: Plague Of Locusts Slams Islam’s Holiest Site — Yes, Locusts!

Written by Wes Walker on January 12, 2019

This is in their holy site? Aren’t locusts normally associated with the JUDGMENT of God? Well, that’s awkward.

While the rest of us were ringing in the New Year, the most sacred site in Islam had a problem on its hands.

Locusts, and a lot of them.

We’ve got video of the little critters swarming everywhere. That’s quite a racket they make when they swarm, too.

A massive swarm of locusts plagued Mecca, Saudi Arabia, earlier this week, prompting authorities at Islam’s holiest site to launch a cleaning operation to remove them.

Videos posted to social media showed the insects swarming around cleaners and worshipers in the city’s Grand Mosque, where millions of Muslim pilgrims congregate every year.
Source: Times of Israel

‘Specialized teams’ are now hard at work trying to get rid of the pesky insects.

In fact, for a religion that puts even the tiniest of events squarely on the shoulders of their god as ‘his will’, a lot of things tend to go very wrong in their holy city.

One of the more memorable examples was a crane toppling at the Grand Mosque while it was filled with worshippers, killing more than 100, injuring hundreds more… on the anniversary of 9/11.

Another time, 700 were killed in a stampede — during a ceremony that was supposedly the ritual stoning of the devil.

Gee, with benefits like that, where do we sign up?

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