Israel's government released on Tuesday an animated video equating Iran with the Islamic State (ISIS) terror organization.
The 28-second clip begins with ISIS terrorists standing on a tank and waving their guns in the air as they drive over white men in orange jumpsuits.
"Imagine how dangerous Islamic State would be if it had armored divisions, fighter jets, and ballistic missiles. Imagine Islamic State building atomic bombs," the narrator then says.
As the terrorist driving the tank transforms into an Iranian cleric, the narrator says, "Well maybe it's not that hard to imagine."
"The Islamic State of Iran. Like ISIS. Just much bigger," the narrator concludes.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu made the same comparison in a press briefing on Tuesday, telling reporters: "No one would dream of allowing the Islamic State of ISIS to have nuclear weapons. Why would anyone consider giving the Islamic State of Iran – which is a lot more powerful than ISIS and acts with much greater power than ISIS – to have additional power of nuclear weapons."
Published on the Prime Minister of Israel Facebook page and the IsraeliPM Youtube account, the video was released to coincide with the June 30 deadline set by world powers and Iran for a final deal on Tehran's nuclear program.
The deadline has since been extended by a week until July 7.