Tehran Times published the list of targets Israel would strike in the event Israel does ‘just one wrong thing’.

A map published on the English language newspaper’s front page on Wednesday showed pins representing rocket strike locations for dozens of potential targets in Israel, as well as some in Lebanese territory and Palestinian cities in the West Bank.

It was part of an article on the front page with the headline “Just one wrong step!”

The paper’s first paragraph stated that a “intensification in Israeli military threats to Iran” suggests that the Zionist regime had forgotten that Iran was more than capable hitting it from any place.

The paper also stated that it didn’t have to be reminded of Iran’s defence capabilities by the illegitimate Israeli regime.

The threatening article ended with a 2013 quote from Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, who said Iran would ‘destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa’ if Israel ‘makes a mistake’ and conducts a military strike against Iran. 

The full quote used by the paper reads: ‘Sometimes the leaders of the Zionist regime even threaten us; they are threatening to strike militarily, but I think they know it, and if they do not know it, they must know that if they make a mistake, the Islamic Republic will destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa.’

In the final paragraph of this article, it was stated simply that “Keep your hands off!”

Iranian newspaper the Tehran Times has revealed a list of Israeli targets the country would strike if Israel makes 'just one wrong move' in a map on its front page on Wednesday (pictured)

Tehran Times, an Iranian newspaper has published a list listing Israeli targets it would attack if Israel made ‘just one mistake’ on a map that appeared on its frontpage on Wednesday. (pictured).

Despite the threat in the Tehran Times being directed at Israel, the targets displayed on the map also appeared to show locations on the border with Lebanon and what look to be Jenin, Nablus, Ramallah and Hebron – cities in the West Bank.

The map also suggested Iran would fire missiles into empty space in the Negev Desert, although it is unclear why or what they would be targeting there.

It did, however, avoid ‘targets’ in the Gaza Strip, instead placing red pins on locations along the border of the Palestinian enclave. 

Other articles could also be seen on the front page. The headline was: ‘Threat, pressure and violence do not work in Iran’. One headline said that the Vienna negotiations could be successful but would America want to see them succeed? 

The inflammatory front page comes as Israel and the US advanced preparations for a military option if negotiations in Vienna to return the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) fail.

According to The Jerusalem Post reports, an IDF-led large-scale military drill is being planned for the next year. The Tehran Times mentions the plans in an article.

The article states that all these moves and threats come as Iran and the P4+1 countries (Russia China, France and UK) visit Vienna now to discuss diplomatically ways of removing illegal sanctions against Iran.

“The Israeli disruptive actions are not a mystery for the negotiators.”

The Iranian flag waves in front of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vienna (file photo). The inflammatory front page comes as Israel and the US advanced preparations for a military option if negotiations in Vienna to return the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) fail

File photo: The Iranian flag is waved in front the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA), headquarters in Vienna. As the US and Israel prepare for military options if the negotiations to withdraw the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in Vienna fall apart, the provocative frontpage comes at a time when the US and Israel are preparing to move ahead with their plans.

Meanwhile, The United Nations’ nuclear watchdog and Iran reached a deal on Wednesday to reinstall cameras damaged at an Iranian site that manufactures centrifuge parts, though inspectors remain limited on what footage they can access.

Karaj came under what Iran called a sabotage assault in June and will now be covered by cameras. 

Iran has since denied the International Atomic Energy Agency the access necessary to repair the cameras. It was part of Tehran’s hardline strategy during negotiations taking place in Vienna in relation to its broken 2015 nuclear deal.

The deal was first reported by Iranian media without any source. Later, Rafael Mariano Grossi, Director General of IAEA released a tweet detailing the agreement.

Grossi stated that this is essential for Iran’s nuclear agreement verification. He also said that work would continue on other safeguards questions.

According to the IAEA, the cameras will be installed at Karaj within the next few days.

Hossein Amirabdollahian (Iran Foreign Minister) said that Iran has’reached an excellent agreement’ with IAEA earlier Wednesday.

Deputy Secretary General of the European External Action Service (EEAS) Enrique Mora and Iran's chief nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani with delegations wait for the start of a meeting of the JCPOA Joint Commission in Vienna, Austria December 9, 2021

Enrique Mora, Deputy Secretary General for the European External Action Service(EEAS), and Ali Bagheri Kani (Iran’s Chief Nuclear Negotiator) wait with their delegations to start a meeting at the JCPOA Joint Commissioner in Vienna, Austria on December 9, 2021

Tehran blamed Israel’s Karaj Attack on Iran amid widening regional conflict since Trump unilaterally pulled America from Iran’s nuclear deal with the world powers.

Grossi, in an interview with the AP on Tuesday, warned that limited access Karaj would hurt international efforts for Iran monitoring.

Grossi explained that the IAEA is not able to clearly see how many centrifuges are available or their capacity. You will get the illusion of the actual image. However, it does not contain the actual image. It is important to note this.

Grossi dismissed the Iranian claim that IAEA cameras were used by saboteurs in their attack on Karaj’s centrifuge station. Although Tehran did not provide any evidence supporting the claim, it is another indication of friction between Iran and inspectors.

The IAEA announced Wednesday that it will make available to Iran a sample camera as well as technical information in accordance with the agreement. This can be used by Iran’s security officials and judges, and the inspectors of the Agency.

The threatening article ended with a 2013 quote from Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei (pictured in July this year), who said Iran would 'destroy Tel Aviv and Haifa' if Israel 'makes a mistake' and conducts a military strike against Iran

End of the threatening article is a 2013 quote by Ali Khamenei, Iranian Supreme leader (pictured in July 2012), that stated Iran would ‘destroy Tel Aviv’ and Haifa if Israel made a mistake and launched a military strike on Iran.

Iran will still keep the recordings of the cameras, however. This is part of a continuing dispute between Tehran and the Agency that was sparked after the collapse in the nuclear agreement.

“The IAEA announced that Iran’s agency would continue working on the remaining safeguards issues in the hope of resolving these.”

Vienna is still holding negotiations over the possibility of restoring the nuclear deal. Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s hardline president has taken an extreme position in the negotiations.

European nations are feeling more anxious about the negotiations.

“Without rapid progress in Iran’s nuclear program fast-forwarding, the (deal), will quickly become an empty shell,” they warned recently.

Since the abandonment of the agreement, negotiations have been held without contact with the U.S.

Islamic Republic has denied ever wanting to have a nuclear arsenal.