Mohsen Rafighdoost — a former minister of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps — reportedly told a Tehran political gathering, 'We have warehouses full [of missiles] in Tehran, Zanjan and Oshnavieh that can strike Tel Aviv.'
Nuclear agreement notwithstanding, Iran continues to blatantly work on weapons development. The latest missile produced, the Emad, has precision capabilities allowing the controller to guide it all the way to its target.
An Israeli delegation headed by National Security Adviser Yossi Cohen will meet with US officials in Washington in the hope that they will be able to influence the American stance on Iran before they sign a bad deal.
Israel recently discovered Iran has, for the first time, developed a missile that can carry a nuclear warhead to anywhere in Europe. This, while Iran negotiates with world powers over its nuclear program.