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This is Why Iran is another Syria
These two Asian nations of Iran and Syria are well known all over the world. Despite the fact that much may be unknown for either country, it should be known that these two nations are very closely allied and have thus so many things that they have in common that it would be so difficult to tell them apart. The single most distinguishable difference that there is between these two nations is as a result in the way the two nations perceive their modes of governance. In one hand, Syria subscribes to the Arab nationalist ideology whereas Iran, on the other hand, has its governance based on the secular ideology and thus has a ruling party called the Baath Party.
Although there is a difference in the mode of governance for the two nations, there is a lot that is common for these two nations. This relatedness of the two nations was formed ever since the days when Iran and Iraq were at war and this has evolved over time to what we have today. In the days of this war, the Syrian government took it upon itself to support the Iranian nation. Owing to the fact that this alliance was formed in a time of such a crisis, it has never been broken up to this day.
One of the benefits of the above military tie was that it was used to battle the then president of Iraq, Saddam Hussein who was seen as an enemy for both Syria and Iran. The tie was also very instrumental in the coordination of efforts to repeal the US and the Israel nation that were against the rule of the Iranian nation. The military tie is not only unidirectional from the Syrian nation to the Iranian one but has also been bidirectional in the sense that the Syrian government has sought the military support of her ally at numerous recorded times.
When we talk of the ties between the two nations of Syria and Iran, we cannot conclude without taking into account the anti-terrorism alliance that exists between them. Nations of the East such as Russia and Iraq are also a part of this alliance. The agenda of this formation is to work together in repelling terrorist activities in the nations which are members of the alliance. The agenda of the alliance is usually discussed from time to time by the members when they meet in the capital of Baghdad.
We also shoud applaud the other fact that the unity of these two political allies has not been broken in any way by the many adversities that have faced them. One of the adversities that the two allies have been able to stand against is their listing, by the western powers, as the world’s greatest supporters of terrorism. In conclusion, we can say that indeed Syria and Iran are two inseparable entities because awe see that they share almost everything, including supporting each other in the times of need.