The world may be bracing over a proposed nuclear agreement with Iran filled with compromises yet hope for peace, yet inside the nation, there doesn't seem to be any doubt about the Islamic regime's intentions.
A newly released video features a domino show in Gonabad, Iran, in which an array of thousands of pieces symbolically knock down various obstacles to Iran's nuclear program, culminating with a rocket figure that destroys a domino structure of an Israeli flag.
The short video, which was posted on various Iranian websites, was highlighted by the Middle East Media Research Institute, which analyzes publications and broadcasts in the region.
The dominoes represented obstacles such as the assassinations of Iranian scientists, various Western sanctions and the Stuxnet virus.
The images all were collapsed and replaced by "messages affirming Iran's nuclear achievements," MEMRI said.
The show also featured "U.S.-related models, such as the word 'CIA,' the RQ-170 drove, and the U.S. flag, some of which were collapsed," the report said.
In addition, the word "ISIS" is was set ablaze.
According to the Associated Press, the U.S. and Iran are advancing on a deal that would curb Tehran's nuclear activities for at least 10 years but then slowly ease restrictions on programs that could be used to make atomic weapons.
"We made progress," Secretary of State John Kerry said, according to the AP.
According to the report, one option would be a number of strict controls over Iran's uranium enrichment program for 10 years. After that, the restrictions gradually would go away, officials said.