"Early history - 7000 BCE - 7th century - Records of the area where the emirate of Dubai is situated are very rare for any period before the 18th century." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Dubai - lack of any information here is a major red flag to start off.
The following is much more informative:
http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient- ... ory-003668
http://www.ancient-origins.net/ancient- ... page=0%2C1
This structure is built in a similar way to the Inca wall of Saksaywaman:The Mysterious Land of Magan and the Earliest Cities
Five thousand years ago developments in the Hajar Mountains east of Dubai changed the world. After millennia of supporting only a meagre hunter-gatherer existence, the area near the present-day border with Oman was found to be a rare source of copper. Pretty soon men learned to mine it, extract the metal, and mix it with tin to produce bronze.
The ‘Land of Magan’ as it was known rapidly became the major supplier of bronze for tools and weapons to the entire Middle East region, and in particular to the world’s first cities which were emerging in Sumeria at that time, cities such as Ur and Uruk. Bronze helped make farming more
efficient and civilization possible in these places.
Yet more similarities to the building work of the "gods" plus what are the chances of "meagre hunter-gatherers" rapidly becoming copper/metal/bronze producers who were creating cities in the area, without some kind of intervention?
"Dubai tries so hard to promote this image of an ultra-modern city that they almost seem to suppress its past."
http://etc.ancient.eu/2015/11/03/beyond ... cient-uae/
It is interesting to see how much the history of that area is played down, it looks very likely that they are hiding what you have uncovered and have been doing so for a very long time.
From the Annunaki perspective, there no point in creating the slaves far away from the place of work... but there soon won't be much evidence of that left to study if the "progress" of humanity and builders with bulldozers continues:
http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-his ... edy-004085