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• The arrival of Hezbollah from the ruins of the Amal movement When the European Revolution triumphed in 1979, Iran wished to get the respect and the aid of Arab nations, benefiting in particular in the service from the Shah of Iran and his connection with Israel prior to the collapse of his plan. With this very first day of their success of the revolution, Iran was eager to expand its bonds using the Islamic world, and if this wasn't possible in most cases, because of many complex causes of the revolution, Iran began to look for "associations" rather than "regime's or nations", in order to continue its role in Muslim issues. Iran was keen to demonstrate that this role has been among the bases of the revolution and its beliefs, to be able to free Iran from the fee of Persian racism. Relations between Iran and Syria had entered a phase of strategic manipulation, thanks to two men, Saddam Hussein and Musa al-Sadr, although the impact of each was rather different. Through Musa al-Sadr along with his team in the Amal movement, such as some leading Iranians for example Mustafa Chamran the first defence ministry from the government of post-revolutionary Iran, the late Syrian President Hafez al-Assad must know Ayatollah Khomeini and his own thoughts, to the degree that Iranian activists near Khomeini, were carrying Syrian diplomatic passports, prior to the revolution in February 1979. Following Musa al-Sadr, the former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein played a part in strengthening relationships between Tehran and Damascus, without comprehending the consequences that this will happen on Iraq and the place. Saddam engaged in a war with Iran soon after the revolution. Not just did Tehran feel at risk, but a sense of threat has spread from Tehran to Dam...