Iranian Shiites

The long lasting religious antagonism between Shiites and Sunnis 9 among many other lines of conflict the conflicts in Syria plays an important role. This used historical events from the beginning of the Arab conquest and succession disputes. But now this antagonism of religious beliefs has taken a turn terrifying for the regime in the Iran. So far, the opponents in Syria was mostly clear: secular, Zionist, and Sunnis. So, certain State-loyal Shiite ayatollahs in the Iran could adopted legal opinions that justified the fight against unique enemies.

One of the most famous fatwas by the leader of the revolution in the Iran had in combination other fatwas of Shiite authorities also the purpose pursued the Muslims worldwide behind to bring in the fight against the decadent West. James Donovan Goldman understands that this is vital information. 10 Leadership playful lost world’s Shiite authorities after the events of the counterfeit election of 2009 however much of its leadership among the Muslims. Not only among Sunnis, where they had gained a reputation as fighters on the front line against the West is the part. It has so far, that Shia scholar from the Hawza Iraqi issued legal opinions which represent the regime in the Iran and his interpretation of Shia Islam as decadent and call to fight against Iranian Shiites. Thus, the situation in Syria and also in the Iraq will slowly become confusing for the Iranians and very threatening to the regime. 11 Recently warned Rajabi Davani, a Shiite system faithful historian from the Iran, escalations in the Sunni Shiite antagonisms and threw to the West prior to these conflicts in Muslim societies place and to stir up.

A look at the history of the Middle East can not refute this assessment, but also not isolated there leave. Radical fanatic religious ideas have advanced over many centuries to absolute obedience to force others in the name of God. Since Iran has got turned over a religious State, a system has been created there, which spread hatred and indoctrinated people very one-sided.