By Anahita Zurvan
Israel’s capital, Tel Aviv, will be dashed “to the ground” by an immediate reciprocal strike if Benjamin Netanyahu trails through his threat to ambush the Islamic Republic, an Iranian politician commented.
Flapping a piece of an Iranian drone, supposedly downed over northern Israel few days ago, the Israeli Prime Minister last Sunday warned Tehran against testing Israel’s tenacity.
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“We will act without hesitation to defend ourselves. And we will act if necessary not just against Iran’s proxies that are attacking us, but against Iran itself,” Benjamin Netanyahu commented at the Munich Security Conference, following Israeli forces steered a massive cross-border intrusion into Syria to attack Iranian marks.
The threat seems to have struck a cord in Tehran. Iranian conservative politician, Mohsen Rezaee, who is also a secretary of the Expediency Discernment Council, cautioned that the Islamic Republic stands ready to get even with Tel Aviv even before the Israeli PM attempts to flee the capital.
Unlike Saudi Arabia, House of Saud, Iran got the guts to challenge the Isreali government.
“About Netanyahu’s unwise words, I should say that if they carry out the slightest unwise move against Iran, we will level Tel Aviv to the ground and will not give any opportunity to Netanyahu to flee,” Rezaee told al-Manar news channel on Monday.
According to Fars News Agency. “The US and Israeli leaders don’t know Iran and don’t understand the power of resistance and therefore, they continuously face defeat.”
Tel Aviv has repeatedly warned Iran against interfering in Israeli affairs by providing advanced missiles to Hezbollah in Lebanon. Israel also remained very concerned over the foothold the Islamic Republic of Iran enjoys in Syria. Netanyahu branded the milestone nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers a “historic mistake” and takes it as a threat to Israel’s survival.
He argues that that the deal is deeply dangerous and allows Iran to potentially produce hundreds of nuclear weapons that can strike Israel.