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Hezbullah and Iran has suffered huge loss particularly after intervention of Russia in Syria. Some people believe that Russia can not be trusted. Russia is protecting Israeli interest in Syria and the series of senior Iranian and Hezbullah Officials is due to Russia. What you have to say about this? Can Russia be trusted?

 

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A country isnt a single entity like a human being.  It is complex and consists of a vast number of organizations, interests, goals etc.

Asking if a country like russia can be trusted is like asking if planet earth is made of soil.  The question itself is broken.

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2 hours ago, Aabiss_Shakari said:

Hezbullah and Iran has suffered huge loss particularly after intervention of Russia in Syria.

What loss have they suffered? I'm not saying your wrong, I just thought the case was the opposite

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19 hours ago, Aabiss_Shakari said:

(salam)

Hezbullah and Iran has suffered huge loss particularly after intervention of Russia in Syria. Some people believe that Russia can not be trusted. Russia is protecting Israeli interest in Syria and the series of senior Iranian and Hezbullah Officials is due to Russia. What you have to say about this? Can Russia be trusted?

 

Bismillaah ir Rahmaan ir Rahiim.  As salaamu alaykum.  I don't understand your point. Russia defends ally Syria, because it lost billions in revenue when Libya, was so viciously attacked and looted, and will not likely see that happen again.  How is Russia protecting Israel?  Russia and Iran, have had business dealings for quite some time now. 

 

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Russia is a global power interested in their own interests, they don't really care about the well-being of the Muslim or the mission of the Resistance Axis (Russia openly deals with Israel).  When they send troops out to fight Wahhabism, it is to keep the situation in the Northern Caucasus under control and prevent the Wahhabis in Chechnya and elsewhere within Russia's territory from being emboldened.

However, in this day and age, there are two main power-blocs; the established Western/Atlantic bloc (USA, EU, NATO and allies) and the emerging Eastern/Eurasian bloc (Russia, China, SCO, BRICS and allies). Both are not hostile towards Zionism (although the West has historically been more supportive of Israel). As far as Syria goes, the Russians have Assad as their ally (albeit for different reasons and aims than Iran and Hezbollah), but they seem to be open to supporting the Syrian Democratic Forces, which has elements of the Free Syrian Army fighting within their ranks.

At this point in time, the Russians and Chinese seem to better to deal with than NATO. The Iranians would do well to understand this when it comes to post-sanctions economic relations with the outside.

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