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Iranian state television's video simulation shows long-range missiles attacking Dimona, Tel Aviv's Kirya military base and Ben Gurion Airport • Video created as example of retaliation following possible Israeli air strike on Iranian nuclear sites.

Iranian state television broadcast a video simulation of an Iranian counterattack on Israel in the event of an Israeli air strike on nuclear sites. The video was said Thursday to be part of an hour-long documentary on the topic.

The scenario broadcast shows Israel threatening to bomb Iran, referring to a 2012 Israeli simulation of an air strike on Iranian nuclear sites. In the Iranian answer to the simulation, long-range missiles, set against a backdrop seeming to be partially taken from mapping website images of Israel, fly toward various Israeli landmarks, exploding on contact.

Targets include the nuclear site in Dimona, Tel Aviv's Kirya military headquarters, as well as a bank on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Ben Gurion Airport and the central Azrieli Mall.

On March 21, Iranian Spiritual Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei declared that Iran would destroy Israeli cities if attacked.


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