The Iranian government and the Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps in particular are paying a price with the lives of Iranian soldiers inside Iranian territory for their support of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
This seems to be the gist of the statement from Jaish al-Adl, which killed 14 Iranian border guards on the 26th of October.
My latest article explains:
Everyone is focusing on Iran at the upcoming UN General Assembly meeting.
But what about Syria?
Assad recently received a major boost when the US and Russia reached an agreement over the fate of his chemical weapons. So he will be forgiven for having a spring in his step. The same goes for the Russians, especially Putin.
This will make the Russian and Syrian speeches at the UN also very interesting.
It will be interesting to see how Putin’s success re: Syria has impacted his position at home.
Also, is it just me or did you also notice how silent Hamas was when the idea of attacking Syria was being addressed by the Americans? Well, when Assad is bombarding Palestinian refugee camps in Syria, who can blame Hamas for not caring if Assad gets bombed?
In fact they could have been as disappointed as Israel when Assad was saved from America’s cruise missiles and fighter jets.