Dara’a, Syria – Over 600 people including 280 armed rebels turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities making use of the government’s amnesty offer in Dara’a province.

The reconciliation took place in the town of Ghabaghib as most of the reconcilers are displaced residents of the town. This settlement comes at a time when an increasing number of towns are negotiating with the government regarding reconciliation.

A source revealed that such a process may include the entire Dara’a region including the provincial capital. Noticeably, Syria’s southern fronts have been dormant for most of the past year only occasionally interrupted by a failed rebel offensive targeting the abandoned base near Ibta’.

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Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux
2017-01-30 18:23

Good! This war must stop!

goingbrokes
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goingbrokes
2017-01-31 04:52

The amnesty policy is really beginning to bite. It has been a good move.

Nestor Arapa
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2017-01-30 20:36

Si esto continua así en esta zona, el gran perdedor será Netanyahu, el ejercito Sirio tendrá ventaja sobre los terroristas que están en frontera Israelí.

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John Cris
2017-01-31 03:53

never trust these people

Tom Burke
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Tom Burke
2017-01-31 01:20

You used the word ‘Rebel’ This is only showing the CNN is right, the rebels are Syrian freedom fighters…