"Our enemies, America and Israel, want to create division among Iranians."
The Islamic nation currently holds the region's largest arsenal of ballistic missiles.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told French President Emmanuel Macron that Hezbollah is an integral part of the Lebanese people.
Rouhani calls Riyadh's ties to US "a strategic mistake and miscalculation."
In 2016, a ballistic missile test was conducted by Iran's Revolutionary Guards in which anti-Israel slogans were written in Hebrew on the missiles.
Siamak Morsadegh discusses the status of Jews in Iran and the prospects of an Iranian-Israeli war.
Iran can expect a shift in relations with the United States to a more aggressive posture under a Republic president, a reversal of the warming trend nurtured by Democratic President Barack Obama.
Experts say Rouhani fears the slogan will work against the agenda of peace and stability he is promoting in his speeches.
In the American political arena, the deal still faces an obstacle in the form of a Congressional vote and politicians hostile to the deal, who Rouhani referred to as "American warmongers."
Prime minister plays cabinet video of then US President Clinton praising nuclear deal with North Korea, 12 years before Pyongyang detonated first nuclear device.