World's largest skyscraper attacked in Abu Dhabi

Yemeni rebels attacked the world's largest skyscraper with missiles.

Following a series of threats made by Yemeni Ansar Allah rebels last week, several rockets and kamikaze drones were fired at the world's largest skyscraper a few hours ago. According to sources in the UAE, some of the drones and missiles were successfully intercepted by air defense systems, however, the Abu Dhabi area with the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, was attacked.

On the presented video frames you can see the moment of the attack of the Yemeni rebels on Abu Dhabi. Attacks were made on various parts of the city. At the same time, according to official data, air defense systems managed to intercept only two missiles, while the attack was carried out by at least four ballistic missiles and two strike unmanned aerial vehicles.

It is known that several ammunition fired by Yemeni rebels exploded in Abu Dhabi. At the same time, the 828-meter skyscraper itself was not damaged. According to the police, there are no casualties or injuries among the population, however, it is alleged that there is some damage - details of this are not currently available.

Before giving SUCH comments, it is necessary at least to clarify where this or that object that has been attacked is located. And it's just blah blah...

The Burj Khalifa is located in Dubai, not Abu Dhabi. Correct, or it is perceived as a fake.

Abu Dhabi is home to the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa.
- Burj Khalifa is not in Abu Dhabi, but in Dubai.
Abu Dhabi's Burj Mohammed bin Rashid. So in the end, which skyscraper was attacked???

But the Burj Khalifa is not in Abu Dhabi, but in Dubai. Check the facts a little before writing.



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