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Iran May Be Wearing Out Its Welcome Even in Syria and Iraq

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Iran May Be Wearing Out Its Welcome Even in Syria and Iraq

Post by GirlBye on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:14 pm

The bloom is off the rose.






It’s no secret that Arab countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates loathe Iran. What’s far more surprising is that Iran seems to be wearing out its welcome even in the Arab countries with which it is most closely allied. That, at least, is the message of both a recent study of Syrian textbooks and a recent wave of violent protests in Iraq.


In Syria, Shiite Iran has been the mainstay of the Assad regime (which belongs to the Alawite sect of Shiism) ever since civil war erupted in 2011, pitting the regime against Sunni rebels. It has brought more than 80,000 troops to Syria to fight for the regime, mostly either from Shiite militias it already sponsored in Lebanon and Iraq or from new Shiite militias created especially for this purpose out of Afghan and Pakistani refugees in Iran. It has also given the Assad regime astronomical sums of money to keep it afloat.


Scholars estimate its combined military and economic aid to Syria over the course of the war at anywhere from $30 billion to $105 billion. Without this Iranian help, the regime likely wouldn’t have survived until Russia finally intervened in 2015, providing the crucial air power that enabled Assad to regain most of the territory he had lost.
Given all this, one would expect the regime to be grateful to its Iranian benefactors. Instead, as the textbook study shows, Assad is teaching Syrian schoolchildren a healthy dose of suspicion toward Iran.



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https://www.commentarymagazine.com/foreign-policy/middle-east/iran/iran-may-be-wearing-out-its-welcome-even-in-syria-and-iraq/
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Re: Iran May Be Wearing Out Its Welcome Even in Syria and Iraq

Post by Terbo56 on Fri Jul 20, 2018 8:24 pm

Indeed- Iran's indignant welcome has been worn out for years, and Iran needs to worry about Iran, NOT trying to take over Iraq, on Rhohani's whims- He is very selfish, one sided, a liar and a war monger- He's another one that should receive a nuclear spanking-More sanctions are on the way for him, and the country will founder, and their people will suffer the consequences of his stupid and deadly actions-
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