The regime propagated baseless war of words aimed at derailing the talks in Vienna, Austria, to revive the 2015 nuclear deal and lift anti-Iran sanctions, but the Zionists’ attempts in both fronts doomed to failure in particular following successful Great Prophet 17 joint drills held by the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Israeli newspaper Jerusalem Post has published an analysis titled “Why is Iran’s threat of attacking Dimona important?” acknowledging that targeting mock enemy targets shows Iranians’ new level of military capabilities.
The Zionist paper went on to say that the maneuvers indicate Iran’s state-of-the-art technologies and developed drone program, adding that Iranian missiles succeeded in destroying mock Dimona nuclear facility precisely.
Releasing such a video of Iranian war game when Iran and the P4+1 group (Britain, France, Russia, China plus Germany) hold talks in Vienna to revive the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) shows that Tehran is not concerned about potential repercussions of thinking to a military option along with diplomatic talks, the daily claimed.
Aviv Kochavi, Chief of General Staff of Israelis Army, who has threatened Iran’s nuclear program in recent months, changed his tone and claimed that Israel is not seeking to initiate a war in the region.
However, Kochavi repeated the Zionist regime’s constant allegation that an agreement with the Islamic Republic would be a bad accord, which would allow Tehran to attain nuclear capabilities.
Such a shift of stance by the Zionist officials and media only a few days after the joint drills shows the extent of Zionists’ fear of Iranians’ power.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has always underlined that Iranians pursue peace, security and tranquility throughout the West Asia region, and that Iran has never initiated any war, but the Iranian people are determined and fully prepared to respond to any aggression.
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