"The other Arabs have spoken, too. In a stunning development, the 22-member Arab League criticized Hezbollah for provoking the current crisis. It is unprecedented for the Arab League to criticize any Arab party while it is actively engaged in hostilities with Israel. But the Arab states know that Hezbollah, a Shiite militia in the service of Persian Iran, is a threat not just to Lebanon but to them as well. Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan have openly criticized Hezbollah for starting a war on what is essentially Iran’s timetable (to distract attention from Iran’s pending referral to the Security Council for sanctions over its nuclear program). They are far more worried about Iran and its proxies than about Israel. They are therefore eager to see Hezbollah disarmed and defanged." Krauthammer
The doctor has it right. The countries of the Arab League are all controlled by Sunni regimes. Some of them; Bahrein, Saudi Arabia, Yemen (Zeidi), the UAE have significant Shia minorities (or maybe a majority in the case of one).
Iran’s growing power and ambition are obvious for all to see. The aggressiveness of both Hizballah and Hamas has the aroma of Iranian influence about it. It is very possible to see this aggressiveness as a demonstration to the Islamic World by Iran of its intention to be the paramount power in Islam and ultimately the dominant protector of the Islamic "nation," the ‘Umma.
A re-alignment of power of this kind would result in the end of many of the existing governments.
Is it really a surprise that these governments condemn the Iranian proxies?