The threats against Islamic Republic of Iran have increased, IRGC Commander Mohammad Ali Jafari said, ISNA reported.
Jafari was responding to the statements of the Israeli side regarding the attack on Iran's nuclear facilities.
Jafari said that the enemies would not dare to attack Iran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to speak at the United Nations General Assembly regarding Iran in late October, Israeli sources said on Aug. 30.
According to the online Times of Israel, which quoted unnamed Israeli sources, the premier also plans to discuss further action to thwart Iran's suspected nuclear weapons programme with US President Barack Obama.
As speculation grows that an Israeli attack on Iran could be just weeks away, some analysts have raised the possibility that an agreement between the two leaders in New York could prevent an Israeli strike, dpa reported.
Commenting on the issue, Commander of Iran'sKhatam Al-Anbiya base, general Farzad Esmaili noted that any attack against Iran would be responded with crushing power.
The United States has vehemently denied reports that the reduction is a sign of tensions between the administrations of US President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over Israel's persistent threats to launch an airstrike on Iran.