BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:05 P.M.) – A large batch of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham militants and their families have left the ‘Arsal Barrens of east Lebanon tonight, making their way to the ‘Faleeta Barrens of west Syria, the Lebanese Army claimed via a military communique.

The communique added that at least 66 buses were filled with HTS militants and their families before they departed for the Faleeta Barrens tonight.

Once the militants arrive in the Faleeta Barrens, they will await government provided buses to take them to the Idlib Governorate, which is their final destination.

Today’s departure of HTS militants and their families marks the end of phase two of the ceasefire agreement between the latter and Hezbollah in eastern Lebanon.

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Deo Cass

Hezbollah is truly the army of Allah. May Allah bless and protect them and keep leading them to more victories against Zionism and its luciferian designs.