Iran warns of an 'unlimited destructive' response if Israel attacks

Iran's defense minister has warned of an "unlimited destructive" response if they are attacked by Israel, according to Iranian State TV Sunday. Mostafa Mohammad Najjar said Sunday that "Iran will strongly counter any hostile action with a destructive response, considering all options regardless of time and place." Najjar called a recent Israeli military exercise a "psychological operation" saying Iran will not initiate any tension or conflict. US military officials on Friday said they believed the large-scale IAF exercises were aimed partly at warning Iran of its capabilities to attack Teheran's nuclear sites.