Last month, an agreement was put in place that would allow for the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS) terrorists to be transported from southern Damascus to the Al-Raqqa Government as part of a ceasefire deal to end the hostilities inside of Hajar Al-Aswad, Yarmouk Camp, Al-Qadam, and Taqdam.

The ceasefire agreement included the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham/Free Syrian Army, and ISIS – the only group that is required to vacate this area of southern is ISIS.

According to a source in Damascus, the first buses have arrived in Hajar Al-Aswad and the Yarmouk Camp District; these buses will transport ISIS’ leadership and senior officers first and then a second convoy will arrive to pick-up the remaining terrorists.

The source added that Yarmouk Camp, Tadamon, and Taqdam will be controlled by the Palestinian factions from both sides, while Al-Qadam will be under the Syrian Arab Army’s control.

In regards to Hajar Al-Aswad; this city will be under the control Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham and the Free Syrian Army (FSA).

There was also an agreement in Babeela and Yalda to end the hostilities in order to allow for the civilians to once again return to these two towns in southeastern Damascus.

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ziad welds

making plea deals and transporting terrorists????? this is becoming ridiculous

Sam Fisher
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Sam Fisher

Why well Hajal Al Aswad be under the control of Ahrar Al Sham and FSA?

Joe H
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Joe H

I’m honestly surprised anyone in the ranks of the ISIS had the brains to admit to a futile fight and agree to a ceasefire/peaceful withdrawal. Such sense is so unlike the Islamic State and the adolescent meatheads that inhabit it.

Even though this freak group of ISIS managed to to find a peaceful solution, the bigshots at Raqqa will probably have them executed as an example for not “fighting to the last man” or some such jihadist rubbish.

Tochukwu Augustine Adimonye
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Tochukwu Augustine Adimonye

Their sponsors cuts another deal ?

Kimo Hussein Taklaji
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Kimo Hussein Taklaji

Get the f**k out

Marijana Kaić
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Marijana Kaić

Blow that busses in the air ?