Iran’s deputy foreign minister has said Israelis cannot even dream of attacking Iran despite numerous attacks, assassinations and infiltrations by Israel in recent months.

Ali Bagheri-Kani, who is also Tehran’s chief nuclear negotiator, told Yemen’s Houthi al-Masirah TV on Tuesday that “even if they attack Iran in their dreams, they should know that they certainly will not wake from that dream.”

Iranian officials and commanders keep repeating threats against Israel, warning of a crushing response should it dare to act the Islamic Republic, with Brigadier General Kioumars Heydari, the commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Force, vowing that Tehran will raze Tel Aviv and Haifa to the ground if Israel makes any mistakes.

In latest apparent instance of Israel-Iran cyberwar, the company building the light rail network for the Tel Aviv area said Monday that its website was temporarily disrupted by a foreign cyberattack, as Iranian media reported that their hackers managed to infiltrate the servers of the “Tel Aviv’s Metro,” leading to ridicule online because the city has no underground train system. 

The attack came just a day after Iranian antigovernment hacktivist group ‘Uprising till Overthrow' said it hacked the website and portals of Iran’s Islamic Culture and Communication Organization and a few days later another hacking group called Predatory Sparrow targeted three of Iran’s major steel plants.

After repeated incidents showing widespread infiltration in its intelligence and security networks reportedly by Israel, Iran’s IRGC admitted late in June that its counter-intelligence was targeted.

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