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BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 P.M.) – Minutes ago, a large group of Jaysh Al-Islam militants departed from the town of Douma via the Wafiddeen Crossing, a military source told Al-Masdar News.

According to the source, eight buses carrying 448 militants and their family members left Douma for the northern Aleppo city of Jarabulus .

Another large batch of Jaysh Al-Islam militants is expected to depart from Douma in the next 24 hours, the military source added.

The first Jaysh Al-Islam group to leave Douma, today, was made up of their wounded and sick fighters; this last batch was made up of their infantry personnel.

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Good riddance to them. They can escape Jarabulus N of Aleppo to their homes in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Belgium, France and elsewhere from there if they so wish. Disbanded they have a chance. If they wish to remain where they are to the north of Aleppo, they will face certain death, in time.

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what about prisoners?

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What percentage of them are Syrian citizens – any idea?