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Dubai Floods , No Insurance Payout.

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barney15c | 14:08 Wed 17th Apr 2024 | News
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If the floods in Dubai and surrounding areas were caused by cloud seeding, which some news reports suggest. Then surely this could be considered self inflicted and any insurance claims would be voided. Could this be the case?



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Even if the state did seed clouds it cannot be "self inflicted" for all the private claimants. If your house was damaged by something our government did you would not say that was self inflicted would you?

Another conspiracy theory?

I doubt that individuals were resposible for cloud seeding so it could hardly be called self inflicted.

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What about public buildings owned by the state, that could be considered self inflicted.

Wondered when climate change would raise its ugly head

I was told years ago that our government insures with itself and I see no reason why that has changed. I expect most governments do the same.

Well first they would have to show the cause was seeding.

If as is being claimed above its climate chaneg then that is an Act of God(they will claim) and no payout!

I thought it was conspiracy theory - perhaps from the East...

Well first they would have to show the cause was seeding.

First I think they wd have to decide which law system applies ( that  is where the buildings were insured)

I am not sure what the jurists say is the status of risk insurance is Islam - as everything is set as the will of God

Most Islamic jurists conclude that conventional insurance is unacceptable in Islam because it does not conform with sharia for the following reasons: Conventional insurance includes an element of al-gharar or uncertainty. Conventional insurance is based on the concept and practice of charging interest.

you can get over these two ( islamic) or just insure wivva Christian

then you would sue the cloud seeders ( if they were negligent: you wd have to show that).

acts of God you can insure against ( storms floods etc) chrissakes

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