TERRORISTS backed and funded by Iran have threatened to blow up Dubai’s Burj Khalifa skyscraper with drones. A bloodthirsty militia group turned its sights on the glitzy Gulf getaway where scores of Brit influencers and reality stars have gone to escape lockdown. A chilling propaganda poster shows a mocked-up image of red ball of flames erupting 100 storeys up the tower as a second drone zooms towards the target. It appears to be a World Trade Center-style plot to topple the world’s tallest building, which is more than half a mile high at 2,722ft. The threat comes from an Iraqi militia group suspected of launching two drone attacks in Saudi capital Riyadh this week. Respected analysts the SITE Intel Group said on Twitter: “Alleged group behind drone in Riyadh depicts strike on Burj Khalifa in Dubai.”And the MEMRI terror monitoring outlet shared the image on its website, along with text of what it says is the group’s threat to attack the tower. A double blast was heard in Riyadh on Tuesday morning and witnesses said it appeared a missile had intercepted a drone. A similar drone attack on Saturday was initially blamed on the Houthis, Iran-backed rebels in Yemen who… Read full this story
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