Iran wants Israel and her Western allies to understand that if they continue interfering in Syria, it is the Jewish state that will pay the heaviest price.
"If Israel wants to survive a few more days, it has to stop this childish game," insisted Ali Shirazi, the liaison between Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei and the Iranian military's Quds Force.
Shirazi stressed that "Iran has the capability to destroy Israel and given the excuse, Tel Aviv and Haifa will be razed to the ground."
The threat comes just days after Israel bombed an Iranian-controlled air base in central Syria and US, British and French aircraft hit eight other targets belonging to Iran's allies in the Syrian regime.
The series of air strikes has raised significant fears of a full-scale war between Israel and the Western powers on one side, and Iran and Russia on the other.