That's absurd. There is no connection between their domestic problems and the "tone" of their speeches in Vienna. They just don't want to set a verbal precedent in case Iran's nukes would cary them to decide they must have nukes too. That's all. The Syrian exception has its own reasons and dynamics: Assad is fighting for his political (and physical) life, and he hasn't forgotten Israel knocked out his own pet nuclear site. He sought to help himself via uniting Arab hatred verbally. The Arab hatred is there, but it is not functional to Assad this time in Vienna. Arabs need to know what will happen with the Iranian program first, and thereafter take their decisions.
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