BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:30 A.M.) – The rebels inside the most important town in western Daraa have agreed to hand it over to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Russian Reconciliation Center, a military source in the province just told Al-Masdar News.

According to the military source, the rebels have accepted a deal to surrender Tal Al-Harrah in exchange for reconciliation with the government.

The rebels from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) that do not want to reconcile with the government will be transported to the Idlib Governorate.

All rebels inside of Tal Al-Harrah will be required to handover their medium and heavy weapons to the Syrian Arab Army and Russian Reconciliation Center.

The Syrian Army and Russian Reconciliation will be entering the town in the next 48 hours, the military source added.

This is a major victory for the Syrian Arab Army, as Tal Al-Harrah is the most important town, militarily, in western Daraa.

Tal Al-Harrah overlooks much of Al-Quneitra and western Daraa; its loss is devastating for the rebel forces in southwest Syria.

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The money is gone rebels.

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Obama, king Abdullah al-Saud and emir Hammad al-Thani are gone too… It helps a little…

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MORE BAD NEWS FOR SATANYAHU

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If Bibi was on their side, Assad would be pushing up the daisies for a while. Just the fact that Hezbo is harboured by Syrian govt is enough to be legally seen as a grave breech of the 1974 ceasefire and a legitimate excuse to resume the 1973 war. IDF would have had no problem to demolish ALL SyAAF airbases and warplanes, including devastating runways. In 48 hous, they could have demolished 90% of SAA combat capability, UNSC wouldn’t even have had the time to draft a resolution ordering an immediate ceasefire and soon the regime would have felt and… Read more »

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Excellent news, now go after ISIS pocket. Israel right now has a very big problem thanks for Israel helping ISIS-Daesh to destroy Syria, she pretended to build up a safer protection with three barriers against SAA: moderated terrorists, ISIS, and Israel army. This great idea, now has become a very stupid idea since, now, in front of Syria there is a very very big Syria army capable of not only defense itself but to attack powerfully Israel.