Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz has revealed Tel Aviv’s plan to attack Iran’s nuclear infrastructure if it is used to develop nuclear weapons.

In addition, Gantz stressed that Israel is ready to act even without the approval of the allies or any other state.

Tehran, meanwhile, has said it will target two major Israeli cities if Tel Aviv attacks the Islamic Republic, according to Iranian Defense Minister Amir Hatami.

“Sometimes [Israel] brings major accusations against the Islamic Republic of Iran out of desperation to threaten it, even [Tel Aviv] knowing […] that if you do something wrong, we will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa,” he said. the Iranian minister said in a speech quoted by The Times of Israel.

Likewise, Hatami stressed that today Iran is able to protect its “stability”, as well as having enough soft power to guarantee the security of its nation.

Israel has repeatedly accused Iran of drawing up plans to build nuclear weapons, even though the Persian nation pledged to limit its nuclear program under the Joint Global Plan of Action (JCPOA) in 2015, the latter being implicated in 2018, when Trump unilaterally withdrew the United States. of the treaty.

For its part, Iran has consistently rejected such accusations, insisting that the nature of its nuclear program is peaceful. On the other hand, the use of nuclear weapons is, according to senior Iranian officials, against Iran’s official religion – Islam.

In addition, the Islamic Republic also draws attention to the hypocritical dichotomy that the international community imposes on Iran versus Israel in the nuclear field. The Jewish state, unlike Iran, has never acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and has resisted confirmation or rejection of the alleged arsenal.

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