BREAKING: You Won’t Believe Who Owned the Crane That Collapsed in Mecca on 9/11 Anniversary | Top Right News

Earlier today we reported on the stunning crane collapse on the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, killing 107 Muslims and injuring hundreds, on the anniversary of 9/11.

The stunning and disastrous lightning strike right on that spot led many on Twitter to compare it to another heavenly light — yesterday’s spectacular rainbow from the site of the World Trade Center in NYC.

Well the “karma” angle just got even crazier, according to the DailyMail:

The crane was owned by the Bin Laden family.

The crane belongs to a crane company operated by the Bin Laden family’s consortium, who are heading the expansion of the Holy Mosque.

Saudi BinLaden Group was founded by Osama’s Bin Laden’s billionaire father Mohammed and the sprawling construction conglomerate runs a large amount of major building contracts in the Sunni kingdom.

Pictures taken before the disaster show the crane being struck by a bolt of lightning and authorities are in little doubt extreme weather was to blame.

The crane fell into the east side of the mosque, with the top section of the structure crashing into the roof.

So, to summarize: On 9/11, a crane owned by the Bin Laden family and deployed to a construction project at Mecca, the holiest site in all of Islam, is struck by lightning and falls through the roof of the Grand Mosque, killing at least 107 devout Muslims. What are the odds?

Source: BREAKING: You Won’t Believe Who Owned the Crane That Collapsed in Mecca on 9/11 Anniversary | Top Right News

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Danilo Amelotti

I am a former Italian SPECOPs; after 25 years of service I left the active duty and I am now private trainer and co-owner of Tactical News Magazine International. I will write about my past and present experiences, trainings and training methodology, and I will comment actual event (mainly related to my past activities). Finally you will also find reviews on equipment and weapons. Sono un Incursore in congedo; dopo 25 anni di servizio ho lasciato il servizio attivo e sono ora un istruttore privato e comproprietario di Tactical News Magazine International. Sul mio blog scriverò articoli riguardanti le mie esperienze passate e presenti, parlerò' di addestramenti vari e metodologie di insegnamento, ed ovviamente commenterò' fatti attuali (maggiormente correlati con la mia passata esperienza). In fine pubblicherò' anche test di equipaggiamenti vari.

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