The College of Education for Girls discussed a master’s thesis by student Amna Alaa Muhammad from the History Department tagged (Syria’s position on the Iraq-Iran war (1980-1988))
The message supervised by Prof. Dr. Haider Saad Jawad aimed to know the details and rationale for the Syrian position throughout the eight years of the Iraq-Iran war, the motives for that position, and the extent to which the Syrian position has changed during the various stages of the war, and how Syria has added its position towards War to serve their interests.
The study concluded that the Iran-Iraq war was one of the important reasons in strengthening the Iranian-Syrian alliance, and that Syria showed its interests first of all, and tried to use its position on the war as a pressure card on the conflicting parties, and Syria stood against the expansion of the war. To prevent the Iraq-Iran war from turning into a (Arab-Persian) war, by mediating between Iran and the Arab Gulf states.
It was attended by the Dean of the College of Education for Girls, Assistant Professor Dr. Alaa Naji Al-Mawla, the Assistant Dean for Administrative Affairs, and a number of the department’s professors and postgraduate students.