DAMASCUS, SYRIA (9:10 P.M.) – Moments ago, Islamic State commanders reached an agreement with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) to evacuate all their fighters from the last stretch of ISIS-held territory in Hama province.

According to Al-Masdar News correspondent Ibrahim Joudeh, jihadist militants have already begun to leave the villages and towns of Soha, Abu Hubailat, Akash, Al-Barghouthyah and Umm Mil, all located along the M-45 highway in the southeastern countryside of Hama.

The military source added that around 1,000 ISIS militants and family members were to be transferred from Hama to Deir Ezzor in a deal signed by the SAA on Thursday evening.

The evacuation is expected to reach a conclusion before the end of the week, Ibrahim Joudeh added. The ISIS-held villages in central Homs are also expected to be handed over shortly.

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I’m not clairvoyant but I see another Daesh convoy bombing comming

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No green buses please, just parachute them on top of SDF, Turdish forces, as puppets they are, they will understand each other

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Another good deal. Whenever women and children are involved, such deals are the way forward to avoid innocent deaths, even though they are foreign invaders and settlers of Syrian sovereign land. Big contrast from the way ISIS themselves treated Syrian native civilians especially Alawite and Christians and the foreign Zionist invaders of Palestine treated the Palestinians.

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ISIS trust the government! Do anyone trust ISIS?