Homs, Syria (4:00 A.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Al-Nusra Front) signed a document on Tuesday in order to initiate the complete surrender of the Al-Wa’er District of Homs City to the Syrian government.

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A hand-written agreement by Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham to surrender Al-Wa’er to the Syrian government

Similar to the Darayya agreement, the jihadist rebels of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham will surrender the entire Al-Wa’er District to the Syrian government in exchange for transportation to the Idlib Governorate.

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A row of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham fighters sign their name on a blank piece of paper.

The Al-Wa’er District is currently under a ceasefire agreement with the Syrian government; however, recent tensions between the two warring parties has restarted the violence in the provincial capital after several months of peace.

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Another list of signatures for this Al-Wa’er agreement.

Approximately 500 jihadist rebels and a few hundred civlians still remain inside Al-Wa’er; if the government accepts their proposal, they will be transported to the Idlib Governorate.

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JoyMadrugada R
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JoyMadrugada R
2016-08-31 02:42

And Suddenly Idlib (city)after one year occupation became the jihadist paradise . Perhaps they dreaming an indepedent jihadist providence

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-08-31 08:13
Reply to  JoyMadrugada R

Until their little utopia becomes h**l on Earth. Better not have an independent shithadist neighbourhood anywhere : Even if you’re 10 tims stronger than them, you’ll have terrorist attacks forever and if you seem to weaen any time, they’ll rush to conquest, even after 50 or 100 years of pseudo peace. In some ways, I’d be more concerned about Iran who seem to be moderate for a few years : as Enverdogan Pasha said, there are no moderate islamists… As punks say : nevr trust an american with a gun, well, never trust an islamist at all, exacty as their… Read more »

Dilys Davies
Dilys Davies
2016-08-31 02:51

@leithfadel Why allowing Jihadists leave 4 Iddib rather than taking them as prisoners- de activating them as fighters

JoyMadrugada R
JoyMadrugada R
2016-08-31 03:54
Reply to  Dilys Davies

propably is better if they want to clean pockets first .

Mike
Mike
2016-08-31 11:14
Reply to  Dilys Davies

They will dealwith them later 😉 Good strategy to let them go so far and prevent confrontation

panagiar@gmail.com
2016-08-31 02:38

And Suddenly Idlib (city)after one year occupation became the jihadist paradise . Perhaps they dreaming an indepedent jihadist providence

M Sánchez
M Sánchez
2016-08-31 02:41

This time for real?

Darbar Hussain
Darbar Hussain
2016-08-31 07:45

Good decision

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kit
2016-08-31 10:13
Reply to  Darbar Hussain

So they can take part in a massive offensive the day after they enter Idlib, like Darayya’s militants? Yeah, great decision!

Darren
Darren
2016-09-03 21:32

wonder how many will then run screaming refugee status