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Iranian TV Airs Simulation of Counter Attack on Israel (+Video) →

While the new round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 – five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany – begins in the Geneva on Thursday, Iranian state TV aired a documentary about Iran’s missile capabilities in confronting external threats and responding to any strikes against its soil.

The one hour long documentary includes a video simulation of Iranian respond to an airstrike by Israel against Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Ignoring international law Israel repeatedly threatened to bomb Iran. In 2012 Israeli military leaders have conducted a war game simulating a strike on Iranian nuclear facilities.

In the Iranian video simulation of responding to possible Israeli air strike, Iran used its Sijjil long range missile to hit critical targets in Tel Aviv.

In March 21, Iran’s supreme leader ayatollah Khamenei said his country will destroy Israel cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa if attacked.

“At times the officials of the Zionist regime [Israel] threaten to launch a military invasion, but they themselves know that if they make the slightest mistake the Islamic Republic will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground,” Ayotollah Ali Khamenei said.

Israel has threatened military action against Iran unless it abandons its nuclear activates.

Dismissing allegations that Iran is seeking to acquire nuclear weapon, Tehran says it is seeking peaceful nuclear technology and will not back away from its right to use nuclear energy.

Iran was the first country to propose the establishment of nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East. Israel is only party in the region who has nuclear weapon and is not a signatory of Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) though it is constantly threatening to attack Iran.

 


They always show the guys shouting “Death to America!!” Just once I wish the media would show us, I don’t know, baking a cookie. I’ve been to Iran, we have cookies, I swear. Just once, I want the media to be like, “Okay, we’re going to go to Mohammed in Iran” and then a guy would appear like “Hello, I’m Mohammed… and I’m just baking a cookie.”

— Maz Jobrani, an Iranian-American, on the way Middle Easterners are depicted in mainstream media. (via yourfriendlycomrade)