While it is true that that the Syrian Ba’ath regime won the civil war against Jihadist insurgents, it would be a serious mistake to assume that Bashar al-Assad will remain in power. Iran plans to order its Hezbollah proxy to unleash massive barrages of in total 150 000 rockets and missiles against Israeli cities – many fitted with chemical warheads – after Israel destroys the Iranian nuclear weapons program as anticipated in 2023. The goal of these barrages is to cause massive carnage and devastation in Israeli cities, including causing many Israeli Halabja massacres so as to deter Israel from ever again attacking Iran’s nuclear weapons program.
Israel will have no choice but to order a full-scale invasion of Lebanon and Syria to eradicate Hezbollah and allied military forces. Israel is committed to the establishment of an Aramean Christian state (Aram), something which is long overdue. Aram will be officially bilingual in Aramaic and Arabic. Israel will also annex Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions of Syria and Lebanon. Israel will hand over most of Syria and the remainder of Lebanon to the SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) of the AANES (Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria) whose PYD (Democratic Union Party) will form the new government in Damascus. All border changes will take effect through an international agreement between Jerusalem and the new governments in Beirut and Damascus.
Israel will have no choice but to eradicate the so-called “Axis of Resistance” in the northern Levant since everyone there is fully integrated with Hezbollah. Assad will be unseated so why are Arab countries normalizing relations with and legitimizing the Ba’athist regime in Damascus? This does not make sense. Arab governments would be particularly well-advised from further acts of normalization with and legitimization of the Syrian regime. What is the point in legitimizing what is essentially a dying regime? Arab governments should certainly refrain from legitimizing the western flank of the Khomeinist empire. Doing so is shortsighted and Arab governments should instead establish diplomatic relations with and offer support to the AANES which no doubt will become the new government in Syria in 2023. Iran must be expelled from the Arab world and all Iranian influence there terminated, this is a joint interest of Israel and Arab nations. Iran no doubt endeavors to take over the entire Arab world and Israel is the main obstacle to this effort. Therefore should Arab states do nothing to undermine Israel’s efforts to expel Iran from the Arab world. Israeli interests significantly converge with those of Arab nations and it is imperative to stand together against the Iranian menace.