Saudi animation shows military ‘conquering’ arch-rival Tehran (VIDEO)

The video was posted by an anonymous Saudi Arabian user last week on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. It begins by showing a Saudi aid ship on a humanitarian mission in the “Arabian Gulf” (Persian Gulf), which soon comes under attack from Iranian forces in nearby attack boats.

Saudi back-up soon arrives and fires at the Iranian boats, blowing them up. The scene then shifts to a military control center. “We have detected incoming missiles. Prepare the Patriots,” one person says, referring to Patriot surface-to-air missiles.

“Missiles intercepted and destroyed,” a voice in the control room says. “Time for payback,” another character says. “Send in the jets.”

Saudi aircraft are deployed and soon destroy Iranian planes. “The danger has been eliminated,” a voice says. Riyadh then continues its offensive, successfully targeting Iran’s Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant, Badir Airbase, and Mehrabd International Airport.

A land attack is then launched on Iran, with the video showing tanks and Saudi troops parachuting down into the country. “Our forces have penetrated the enemy lines, the operation is moving as planned,” a voice from within the Saudi military says.

The video ultimately shows Tehran being completely conquered by Saudi Arabia, leading to a massive celebration in the city center. Iranians are seen holding Saudi flags and photos of the Saudi crown prince.

The animation is believed to be in response to one published by the Iranians in early 2017, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI). That video simulated Yemeni missile attacks on Saudi oil fields and military and civilian targets. 

The video’s release comes amid ongoing tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran, both of which accuse each other of supporting terrorism. Tehran has cited the Saudi-led coalition’s bombing of civilians in Yemen, with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif telling RT earlier this month that it’s time for Riyadh to start producing “prosperity” rather than “terrorist organizations and dictators.” 

Meanwhile, Riyadh accused Tehran of being behind a missile attack launched at its airport by Houthi rebels last month. The US has backed Riyadh’s claim, with US envoy to the UN Nikki Haley stating last week that “the fight against Iranian aggression is the world’s fight,” while standing in front of the very missile which she claims was indeed supplied to Yemeni rebels by Tehran and launched at Riyadh. 

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