BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:15 A.M.) – Hundreds of Syrian refugees left east Lebanon on Saturday in order to return to Syria, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported.

According to the SANA report, more than 500 refugees left the camps in east Lebanon to return to the Qalamoun region of western Syria.

The refugees reportedly entered through the Al-Zamrani Crossing in the Qalamoun Mountain region.

Most of these refugees were residents of the western Qalamoun towns of Assal Al-Ward, Al-Jibbeh, and Jarajeer; they fled their homes once the war reached this area.

This is the third batch of refugees to leave Lebanon for Syria in the last ten days.

Another large batch of refugees are expected to depart from east Lebanon in the coming days, as both the Lebanese and Syrian governments work to return all the people wanting to return home.

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Nur Muhd

great to know syrians are back to their homeland again

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Yes indeed. I can only hope the terrorists did not damage and loot their properties. Jordanians are not very generous to migrants and its difficult for them to find work and earn a living. to all those who are able , please donate money to organizations assisting returning Syrians. Please pray for them too as they have been through h**l.

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How could you be so ignorant to mention that Jordanian aren’t generous….Jordan open its doors to over 2m Iraqi and Syrian refugees, into a poor country with hardly enough resources to support its own people. The next time you want to come at people come correct