alimohamad40, on 30 October 2011 - 02:26 PM, said:
bashar al asad in recent interview said bout the protests " this is a war between islamization and arab nationalism"
Does that mean Imam khamenie is supporting the izlamization or the arab racism thing ?
I think khamenie is trying to save the resistance by any cost but its proving too costly
from experience all the countries have helped the zionist entity embargo the resistance except syria so they dont want to see a system which will sign a surrender treaty but they can not turn a blind eye to the crimes of the bath system and they can not deny that its an anti islamic system
Baathism, whatever else one wants to say about it, is not inherently anti-religion or anti-Islam. In fact Baathist founder Michel Aflaq (along with a Syrian Muslim Saladin Bittar who helped Michel Aflaq found Baathist thought) spoke very positively of Islam; despite the fact he (Michel Aflaq) was a Syrian Christian by birth.
As for Imam Khamenei (HA) and Iran's position on Syria, it is the correct position as anyone who does any research can see the Syrian people support their government and the reforms process; and the attempt at a coup d'etat in Syria is being orchestrated from outside (by the US and "Israel") who are aiding "Salafist" terrorists affiliated with al-Qaeda to try to overrun Syria.
As for the question of Islamization in Syria, the current Syrian government is not atheist or something they are all Muslim (President Assad is a Muslim, etc) they simply run a country that is secular. As for Iran's policy, we support Islam and Muslims; but we stand against Wahhabis who want to install a regime that will be anti-Shi'a and even anti-Sunni (i.e. even Sunnis that aren't extreme enough for the Wahhabis tastes).
Ask yourself one simple question, should Iran support the Taliban in Afghanistan?! Of course not the Taliban is a Wahhabi organization that is the enemy of Islam and especially Shi'i Muslims; thus you get a similar answer when we see the al-Qaeda affiliated "Salafi" terrorists that are attacking Syria and the Syrian people today.
Edited by Haidar Saafi, 31 October 2011 - 02:03 AM.