Iranian official boasts of hitting Tel Aviv in just 7 minutes

 

 

Iranian-manufactured missiles belonging to the Hezbollah terror group that were captured by Israeli forces in Lebanon. Credit: Israel Defense Forces.

(JNS.org) A senior Iranian official warned Saturday that if the U.S. launches an attack on Iran, his country could hit the Israeli metropolis of Tel Aviv in a matter of minutes. 

"If the enemy chooses to shoot a missile in Iran's direction, Tel Aviv will go up in flames from an Iranian missile before the [enemy's] missile hits its target. This is not just a slogan, as only seven minutes are needed for an Iranian missile to hit Tel Aviv," boasted Mojtaba Zonour, a member of Iran's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission.

Zonour was also quoted by Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency as saying that America’s 36 bases in the Middle East were all in range of Iranian missiles.

“These points are all within the range of Iran's missile systems and they will be razed to the ground if the enemy makes a mistake,” he said. Zonour's statements came following fresh U.S. sanctions against Iran in response to the recent Iranian ballistic missile test that purportedly violated a United Nations resolution. 

Posted on February 6, 2017 .