A UK-based, Arab website, alaraby.co.uk, links the group that posted this to the Saudi royal court.
A verified Saudi Twitter account curating infographics for the kingdom has kicked up a storm after posting a threatening image showing an Air Canada flight heading toward Toronto's CN Tower, as diplomatic tensions between the two countries erupted.
The account, Infographic_KSA, published an image on Monday with the heading "Sticking one's nose where it doesn't belong", along with an Arabic proverb stating "He who interferes with what doesn't concern him finds what doesn't please him".
But aviation analyst Alex Macheras, who described the image as "concerning rhetoric emerging from Saudi Arabia" said the account was connected to the royal court.
Even if the verified account is not a direct spokesperson for the Saudi rulers, very few accounts, NGOs or individuals are permitted to openly discuss politics in Saudi Arabia on a global platform. Riyadh is notoriously vigilant in its policing of its citizens' social media, and the infographic_ksa account has been active since 2015, spouting propaganda following the official and unofficial Saudi state narrative.