HOMS, SYRIA (3:05 A.M.) – The last jihadist rebels have agreed to the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) terms of surrender in the Al-Wa’er District of Homs City after a turbulent few weeks that resulted in several violent skirmishes.

According to a Syrian government source in Homs City, the jihadist rebels of Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Jabhat Al-Nusra) have agreed to hand over the Al-Wa’er District in exchange for transportation to the Idlib Governorate.

The source added that approximately 250 militants from Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham will be leaving Al-Wa’er; this includes some of their family members that do not want to remain inside the district.

However, in the past, the jihadist rebels have made the same promise to the Syrian government and each time they have reneged on leaving Al-Wa’er.

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Kristjan Murmur
Kristjan Murmur
2016-09-18 20:31

kill them , why you let them leave?

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JoyMadrugada R
2016-09-19 11:23

Because Assad tyring to keep humanity in Syria and keep and honor agreements and amnesty

Dilys Davies
Dilys Davies
2016-09-18 21:31

@leithfadel Why are they been taken to Iddib- surely just transferring the problem to another place?

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-09-19 01:10
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Because it avoid having a lotsa soldiers to besiege such pocket. If you need 2500 soldiers to besiege 250 goatfuckers, it’s counter productive.

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Blackhawk
2016-09-18 20:49

Great!!!

Alex
Alex
2016-09-18 21:51

Now revenge the losses by killing these fags.

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2016-09-18 22:02

Is that the small pocket around homs? Or is it just a small part of it?

jojo
jojo
2016-09-18 23:46

The Syrian forces seem to have a very difficult time or lack of will to kill the rebels and terrorists. Foreign countries come in by air and kill over 100 Syrian soldiers, but the entire Syrian army all over Syria seems to kill much less than 100 rebels per day.

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nestor3032
2016-09-19 06:31

Si son solo 250 terroristas, mejor hubiesen acabado con todos ellos, bueno estos terroristas partirán a Idlib para luego unirse a otros para atacar Alepo