Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
Supreme Leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, gives a speech in Tehran, Iran on 8 July, 2014.Getty Images

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei took to Twitter on Sunday (9 November) to map out precisely how to wipe out Israel off the global map.

Over a set of nine questions, Khamenei tweeted from his official account, a plan that he feels is "the only means of bringing Israeli crimes to an end," as he states that, "during its 66 years of life so far, the fake Zionist regime has tried to realize its goals by means of infanticide, homicide, violence and iron fist."

The Ayatollah does, however, note that, "the elimination of Israel does not mean the massacre of the Jewish people in the region."

Through his plan, Khamenei has proposed a public referendum to install a new government that will decide, "whether the non-Palestinian emigrants [Jewish immigrants] who have immigrated to this country over the past years can continue living in Palestine or should return to their home countries."

Khamenei has also recommended that until such a plan can be implemented and a fair referendum conducted, Israel should receive a, "powerful confrontation and resolute and armed resistance."

His recommendations on that front involve arming the West Bank like Gaza.

Khamenei has pre-approved his plan by global standards as he states, "this is a fair and logical plan that can be properly understood by global public opinion and can enjoy the supports of the independent nations and governments."

The news comes a few days after it was revealed that the Obama administration had secretly contacted Khamenei to try and gain support in fighting the Islamic State (Isis) on the condition that Iran can reach a nuclear agreement with the West by 24 November.