BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:50 P.M.) – Faylaq Al-Rahman has accepted terms to join the de-escalation agreement in the eastern suburbs of Damascus, Friday, after successful negotiations with the Russian reconciliation committee.

The de-escalation agreement will include all areas of the East Ghouta region that have a Faylaq Al-Rahman presence; however, it will not include any site that the Al-Qaeda linked Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham militants are occupying.

This is an important part of the agreement because Faylaq Al-Rahman is embedded with Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham in the East Ghouta; specifically, they share trenches in the strategic suburb of Jobar.

Al-Masdar reached out to a Syrian military source in Damascus for further information about the de-escalation agreement in the East Ghouta.

The source confirmed that all fronts with Faylaq Al-Rahman will be a ceasefire zone, except for any area with a Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham presence.

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Daeshbags Sux
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Let’s ust hope this isn’t just a taqiyya, sounds too good to be true.
Syria will have to keep watching former members of such groups even when war will have ended.

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Yet again the Russians intervene to save the terrorists from the verge of total defeat. The terrorists will again re-group, re-arm and re-start their campaign of bombing and murdering of civilians in central Damascus including the Russian embassy, and Russia would deserve it.