BY FARNAZ FASSIHI
BEIRUT—Iran's steadfast support for Syria's regime has rapidly eroded Tehran's credibility among Arabs, leaving the country with a foreign-policy
dilemma as popular uprisings mount across the region.
Supporting President Bashar al-Assad will further diminish Tehran's already troubled standing in the region, political analysts say. But abandoning
him would crumble Iran's platform in Syria.
"They've lost a lot of soft power and credibility, and the situation in Syria makes it worse," said Paul Salem, director of the Middle East
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. "There are new revolutions and heroes to look up to in the Middle East, and Iran is ...
Iran Feels Heat Over Support for Damascus
all I can say is puppets and the puppet masters
it's gonna get really nasty folks really quick from everything that keeps popping up in the headlines
maybe I should just put it in my sig
I pray come quickly Jesus