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DAMASCUS, SYRIA (3:33 P.M.) – An agreement has been finally concluded between the Syrian government and Jaysh al-Islam rebel group after hours-long negotiations.

According to the state news agency SANA, the Saudi-sponsored militia will release all military and civilian prisoners in exchange of providing a safe exit to Jarabulus city in northern Aleppo countryside.

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2018-04-08 16:23

They should add another point in agreement to JAI to confirm(video would be nice) that the chemical attack claim was a farce.

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TheObserver
2018-04-08 17:28
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Agreed. I can’t believe the way the Western media accepted as fact the accusations by the Saudi backed militants that the SAA would gas civilians instead of the militants themselves. More likely it is easier for local jihadis on the ground to target media-sympathetic orphanages and hospitals directly. The Russians and SAA airforce on the other hand are more likely to blow up terrorists and their tunnels with conventional bombs..

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Stern Daler
2018-04-08 17:58
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I’d second that. Or they agreement should exclude all helpers on the videos about the incident.

brdlip
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2018-04-08 18:29
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I’d rather demand to covertly hand over one of their field commanders for each SAA soldier pointlessly fallen yesterday and tonight, for the Tigers and the SRG to feel free of doing what they please with those.

brdlip
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2018-04-08 18:31
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They may already have executed many prisoners, if not all of them, as did the b.s.trds upon being bussed from Aleppo and recently from Jobar.
And they won’t pay for that. Hope I’m wrong…

Frank
Frank
2018-04-08 22:02

The story of Allepo repeated.
JAI killed all PIWs and pro givernment civilians in the name of chemical attack and now laughing and heading toward Jirablos.
All of the death of chemical attack were in cellar and prisons
Why did SAA accept the deal? The terrorists must be burnt to death

Nestor
Nestor
2018-04-08 19:32

Demuestra el pacto entre la Monarquía Saudi y el gobierno Turco para socavar con Siria, Jaish Al Islam mercenarios de la Monarquía y Jarabulus invadido por terroristas de Erdogan.