Effects on the Middle East After the Iran Nuclear Deal

For Arab countries, the deal between the Islamic republic and world powers is a perceived victory or an ominous loss.
The president of Syria appears heartened by the Iran nuclear deal, presuming that Tehran will continue to be his main backer.
Iran’s proxy Lebanese militia, Hezbollah, might emerge as a winner in Lebanese politics, but it still faces some of the most challenging domestic political terrain in years.
Beside Israel, Saudi is perhaps the most clear loser.
The new alliance between the US and Iran is a direct affront to Saudi’s tribal sensibilities, enough reason to snub the west all together.