Scores of Tajik analysts and journalists warned about the dire consequences of an Israeli or US attack on Iran, saying that Washington and the Zionist regime would soon come to regret their action if they take a military move against the Iranian people."The plan for attacking Iran is a kind of psychological war against the country and if this plan is put into action, it will be followed by undesirable consequences for Israel," the results of an opinion poll conducted among the Tajik analysts and journalists said on Monday. They also underlined that the Iranian government and Army is different from those of its neighbors like Iraq which could not resist against the US and its allies' invasion. "In case of any attack against Iran, all Iranians from all walks of life will become united" to defend their country, they added. The Zionist regime of Israel has intensified its war rhetoric against Iran since early November. Israeli media alleged last week that air strikes could be in the offing against Iran. Israeli President Shimon Peres said last weekend that such action was becoming "more and more likely". In reply senior Iranian officials described the threats as "foolish" remarks, and warned that friends and allies of the Islamic Revolution would destroy Israel before it can make the slightest military move against Iran. Also, the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) top officials warned the Zionist regime of Iran's crushing response to any act of aggression, saying that an attack on Iran would put an end to Israel's existence. "If the Zionist regime (of Israel) commits such a mistake, it would mean that it has entered the final days of its existence since the Islamic Republic of Iran is a powerful and strong country which can defend its territorial integrity and interests across the globe, specially in the Middle-East," IRGC Politburo Chief Javani told FNA on Tuesday. "The Islamic Republic of Iran has some means and possibilities in areas very close to the Zionist regime and can easily give a response to Israel to make its leaders repent their action," the official stated.