BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:40 A.M.) – Hundreds of Syrian refugees returned home from Lebanon, today, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported this morning.

According to the SANA report, a large number of buses filled hundreds of refugees crossed the al-Dabbousyia and Jdeidet Yabous crossings in order to return the displaced people to Syria.

Earlier, SANA reporter said that all required measures have been taken at al-Dabbousyia and Jdeidet Yabous crossings to receive new batches of displaced Syrians who were wishing to return from the Lebanese territories to their homes.

Many of the refugees were reportedly young men who were returning home after the Syrian government passed a law granting amnesty to the people that avoided conscription into the army.

The new conscription law was an important measure taken by the government to forgive all those who avoided military service.

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Useless cowards.

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Forgiven maybe..but it will never be forgotten by the families of those who gave their lives for Syria

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So, let me understand well this. First, they run away when their country has been attacked. After many many others lost their lifes succesfully defending Syria, then they want to come back and do business in Syria again. Dr. Assad is way too soft. If it was me, I would never forgive them. All they deserve is a bullet in their heads for betraying their own country…

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Nestor Arapa

Me aúno al calificativo “cobardes” que huyeron, pero aún están a tiempo para servir a su patria.
Cuidado, muchos de los que regresan estarán infiltrados que alguna ves formaron parte de grupos mercenarios…