On January 9, 2016, an Iranian animated film was posted on the Internet, simulating missile attacks on Saudi targets, including an oil field of the Saudi Aramco oil company, the Kingdom Center in Riyadh, the Saudi missile defense system, and the King Khalid airbase. The opening titles credit the "Fatemh a'Zahra" animation group with the video's production and state that it is "a response to the hallucinations and empty threats of the Saud clan" and that "the arm of vengeance of the Islamic world will emerge from the sleeve of the Yemenis."
Text on screen: "The Fatemh a'Zahra animation group presents: In light of recent events in the region, the Fatemh a'Zahra animation group presents, for the first time, a video clip inspired by the animated film 'Fighting in the Persian Gulf II.' This is a response to the hallucinations and empty threats of the Saud clan. The arm of vengeance of the Islamic world will emerge from the sleeve of the Yemenis. The economy of the Saudis is highly dependent upon oil, and without oil or dates, they have no say in anything."
Text on screen: "Ballistic missiles of the popular forces in Yemen are situated 85 km from the Saudi border."
"The Ghawar oil field is Saudi Arabia is located at 25.43°N 49.62°E. A few minutes later...
"The city of Riyadh: the Freemason tower called the Kingdom Center. Four minutes later...
"The King Khalid air base
"Target: the Saudi 'Peace Shield' missile defense system"