It is important to note that Arab countries’ reconsideration towards Syria is not directly due to the Iran-Saudi deal, as Arab delegations from countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Bahrain, and Kuwait had already visited Damascus before the agreement. Rather, it is due to the role played by the resistance front in the region, of which Syria is an important and influential member alongside Iran.
Arab countries have realized after 12 years that they cannot ignore the resistance front as a reality in the region, and now they are paying attention to Syria as the victorious country. Syria, which was supposed to buckle under pressure of delusional regional and extra-regional plans, now stands strong.
Therefore, the acceptance of Syria into the Arab League is a positive and welcome event as it acknowledges the influence of the resistance front and provides a platform for resolving regional conflicts through interaction and dialogue.