BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:35 A.M.) – Al-Masdar has obtained the details of the Russian Reconciliation Center’s offer to the rebel forces in southwest Syria.

According to a military source in the Daraa Governorate, the Russian Reconciliation Center offered the rebel forces a reconciliation deal in southwest Syria that would immediately end the fighting and restore several institutions in the provinces.

The source said the Russian Center offered the rebels reconciliation if they would agree to handover their heavy and medium weapons and join a neutral military police in their hometowns.

The Russian Center offered to transport any unwilling rebels north to the Idlib and Aleppo governorates.

Furthermore, any rebels that are willing to settle their cases with the government will be allowed to do so.

The source added that the 12 hour ceasefire is only between the Russian forces and rebels – the Syrian Army is not currently participating in these meetings.

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Sweet Robert
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These rebels should not be part of any police force. Returning refugees should be given the opportunity. Rebels should be used in battle of northern Syria as cannon fodder or be used to defuse bombs as this is the only talent they process. How many refugees were abused by these radical rebel? The police force is a job of respect and trust and the heathen rebels have no honor or respect. Rebels are pro ISIS and Pro Al-Quadi. I predict problems.

BAD DEAL.

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It would be interesting to know how many reconcile and how many take the bus.

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No reconciliation, no green buses, no amnesty, just bomb them into oblivion, no mercy. Stupid Putin, always ruins everything.

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FlorianGeyer

War is the game started by imbeciles.

To end a war it is necessary to engage with adults who seek peace for both sides.

Such a process heals the wounds of the majority who wish to live without war.

The mercenaries become exposed and can be dealt with.

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Assad and the King of Jordan engaged with the adults 12 months ago and the ceasefire and de-escalation agreement was signed. The Southern Front Alliance, most of the Druze militias, and a heap of others, all acted like adults, but the FSA, HTS, 4 Arab militias, 2 anti Assad Druze militias, and a few others didn’t. For the last 12 months the FSA and HTS have used coercion, intimidation, and assassination, to try and deter the other pro reconciliation rebels from doing just that, which has made them even more hated that Assad himself in this region now. This is… Read more »

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You are one of the few honest people Yes there are foreign mercenaries but many Syrians and Iraqis are pro ISIS,MB, and HTS.

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Thanks for the thumbs up. I wonder if people like Florian would like these ex FSA + HTS fighters to move in next door to him and his family after the war is ended, I wouldn’t, and I’m sure most Syrians wouldn’t either. Just imagine these murderous thugs being made the police force in your own local area, I can only imagine the worst outcomes. Bomb them into oblivion and lock up anyone left alive, that’s the truly merciful thing to do, it may not be merciful to the murderers, but it would truly merciful to the rest of the… Read more »