BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:15 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Fatah Halab and Jaysh Al-Fateh have accepted terms of surrender in east Aleppo after withstanding a two month long siege imposed by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies.

Per the agreement put in place, the jihadist rebels and all civilians will be allowed safe passage from the east Aleppo pocket to the ‘Anadan plains near Mount Simeon – no activists, civilians, or jihadists will be arrested.

This agreement was put in place after the jihadist rebels retreated from the strategic Sheikh Sa’eed District, which was considered one of the last strongholds for Jaysh Al-Fateh and their allies.

While the proposal has been accepted by all sides, the Syrian Arab Army has yet to enter any of these neighborhoods; this is due to the fact that many jihadists have not yet left the area.

Once the pocket is officially cleared, the Syrian Armed Forces will be able to concentrate their ground units to the southern Aleppo countryside, where Hezbollah is awaiting to launch an offensive along the Aleppo-Idlib Highway.

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Mammouth Lafouinne

Hope al-Zenki mercenaries won’t make it out alive.

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Now it would be a war-crime, although, but I may be wrong, I doubt that irregular fighters are protected by either Geneva or Hague conventions… And… Ask Paul Bremer and the infamous Col.James Steele about such respect of conventions… Nevertheless, it’s not ’cause some act like mofos that it must be cautioned. Thus, it’s clear that the Zinkis who assassinated 11y old Abdullah wouldn’t be missed if they didn’t made it to the green buses. May their names be cursed at least to the 7th generation.

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John Cris

i dont understand why let those b*****d escape, really dumb decision

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Amin

I think at first western Aleppo countryside rather southern Aleppo countryside.

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pietsaman

Hezbolla want south Aleppo together with IRGC and the iraqies because they want to save the kafarya and foua pocket.
The will move on khan tuman and al eis again towards the M5 highway.

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Amin

“They will move on khan tuman and al eis again.” Surely they will but not kafarya and foua yet. At least not now. I believe so.

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Rus Sky

Hey guys, 1:0. Lets change the field.

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Nestor Arapa

Apresuren sin tregua para acabar de una ves por todas con estos terroristas, luego hay que prestar atención en Palmyra y norte de Siria con terroristas de Erdogan.

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Feast in Aleppo tonight :
https://twitter.com/MmaGreen/status/808438933512212484
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Jihadi-Julian says he’ll seriously do less tweeting for at least 15 days : the last months were exhausting for him…

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From a Sidorenko contact. Now, cooler moments : you will see the one I’ve nicknamed Robinson Crusoé talking. The guy could actually be the real Robinson Crusoé, Sci-Fi version: he’s totally from another planet! You’ll see a Ahrar dude so stoned he’s actually believing he was arrested by another gang, not understanding it’s the army(!), an interview of a green-bus driver mocking Abu Sheep (Mousa al-Omar) and the infamous Muhaysini and our two preferred journos trolling the takfiris as usual, Sohayb even having even fun from the poor Robinson Crusoé which is very likely to end his life in a… Read more »

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Case closed.
Well, this afternoon I said to an old friend that Aleppo was even likely to fall today.
Jihadi-Julian’n’Co are already saying mass executions are taking place. (source : Orient-News)

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Every single goat f*****g terrorist retard should be hanged.