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This agreement, in their view, represents the cruelty of the West.
After all, the British promised the Arab people the right of forming a large independent kingdom, but a secret agreement between the French and British only contributed to the formation of the current day borders of the Arab countries in the region and the Middle East.
There are some political scientists and analysts who continue to view the current armed conflict in Iraq as a clash between Sunnis and Shiites, ignoring its political component and the regional dimension in the sense that through Iraq, Saudi Arabia wants to undermine the growing influence of Iran and the normalization of relations between Tehran and Washington.
Of course, no one can deny that in Arab countries such as Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Bahrain and eastern Saudi Arabia, the hostility between the Shia and Sunni communities are increasingly slipping into uncontrolled violence.
Today, the conflict between these two religious sects of Islam largely underlies the Iraqi conflict as well as the Syrian civil war. Rather, it is simply being used by external forces as a pretext to foment political strife in the region.
After all, the Arab “revolutions” are to blame for everything.
As for the Sunnis, it in their minds strengthened the dissatisfaction over Western intervention in the Middle East at that time.
And of the signing in 1916 of the secret Sykes-Picot, which is spoken of to this day, has, not accidentally, become one of the main goals of the ISIS Islamists.
London believed that with the Sunnis coming to power, supporters of a semi-secular state with an ideology of pan-Arab nationalism would help prevent further conflict between nations in the Middle East.
Shiites were limited to secondary roles, which led to a series of uprisings in Iraq in 1920, 1935, 1936 and as well in 1937. Naturally, after the establishment of the Iraqi state, Shiites felt a sense of injustice due the small number of their representatives in the government.