BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:00 P.M.) – Up to 1,200 Syrian refugees are set to return to Syria, today, from eastern Lebanon, a government report stated this morning.

According to the report, the 1,200 Syrian refugees are set to leave the camp in the ‘Arsal District of Lebanon and make their way through the Jdeidat Yabous Crossing in western Damascus.

The 1,200 refugees will return to their homes in the western mountains of Damascus and western Qalamoun region.

Thousands of more people are expected to return to Syria from Lebanon in the coming weeks, as both the Lebanese and Syrian governments continue to work on the repatriation of refugees.

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You can call me AL
You can call me AL
2018-07-28 15:47

Good luck to you all.

George El-Khouri
George El-Khouri
2018-07-28 16:16

I don’t think anyone will voluntarily come back from Germany and Sweden, though. Too cozy up there… And the foreign-controlled German state will not push them either. To the contrary. The courts have already decided that Germany had to re-import (at public expense) Bin Laden’s former bodyguard, after he’d prematurely been deported to his native Tunisia.