Whatever the translation, the Israelis construe Cleese’s utterance as the generals’ official approval of a military strike. Delighted, they give one another victorious high five signs and triumphantly exit to launch their attack.
This is a bit overwrought: I don't think John Cleese is aiding a subliminal campaign to noramalise the prospect of launching a war against Iran through the medium of a TV advert for a fattening choclate-based snacks (also noted: when Israel won wars, it didn't allow its human materiel to be corrupted by TV ads for fattening chocolate-based snacks). It's more of a death march of commerce thing, with a cute Silly Walk angle.
But poor old John Cleese, blundering around the world at his age, picking up the advertunities. I look forward to seeing him in a flat turban, promoting the excellence of the Iranian Pistachio Marketing Board, maybe throwing in some hardened shell jokes.