Iran has threatened to level Tel Aviv “to the ground” in a chilling video explaining how Tehran would respond to an Israeli strike on its nuclear plant.
The video was initially shared on Twitter, acknowledging how the “Zionist regime conducted another joint exercise with the U.S.” to “simulate an attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities like the Natanz uranium enrichment site.”
The reporter in the video said, “Let’s assume that Israeli jets manage to reach the Natanz nuclear site in one piece, and let’s assume that they manage to bomb this size and damage it.
“Even if they manage to leave Iran’s sky safely, it will take them at least an hour to return to their main base in the occupied lands.
“The question is whether there would be any base left for them to land at.”
The video posted by MEMRI, a D.C.-based “Middle East Research Institute for news on the Middle East and beyond,” is less than two and a half minutes, showing violent footage of missiles going off and explosions to demonstrate what would happen to Tel Aviv.
“This i[s] what the first few minutes of the Iranian response will look like,” said the reporter to a scene of missiles flying in the air.