No matter what steps or plans are been taken by Syria’s President Bashar-al Assad, the violence in the country has been getting worse within the time. But now the violence has started spreading like fire and is showing its impact on neighbouring country Iraq.
Since America had invaded Iraq, the government is still struggling to stand on its feet. After the invasion, Iraq had still been dealing with the impact of the war, which has become even more difficult with the war between the Sunnis and Shiites. But at the moment it has more worries than that, as Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki main concern has been that Syria’s President has been providing weapons and arms to the Sunnis in the country, while its other neighbouring country Iran has been supporting the Shiites in Iraq. So in one way or other the war effect in Iraq still seems to be going on.
However, with the way all the Gulf countries are clashing among themselves in an attempt to actually help the other one, is pulling them towards more fierce violence. If the leaders don’t find a way to sort out things quickly the stability of the government and peace within countries will be in greater danger. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV