DAMASKUS, SYRIEN (00:25) – Im Vorort Al-Qaboun der Stadt Damaskus verbliebene Militante haben angefangen, mittelschwere Waffen inklusive Maschinengewehren und Handgranaten an die Syrisch Arabische Armee (SAA) zu übergeben. Dies ist Teil der Vorbereitungen für ihre Abreise in die Provinz Idlib, die am Sonntag Morgen beginnen soll.

Folgende Videoaufnahmen wurden von einem Soldaten der SAA in Al-Qaboun gefilmt und zeigen Jihadisten bei der Übergabe ihrer Waffen an das syrische Militär und beim Packen ihrer persönlichen Habe:

Im Video kann man einen Offizier der SAA hören, der den Militanten sagt, dass jeder der wünscht in Al-Qaboun zu bleiben, seinen legalen Status mit der Regierung klären, seine Familie in den Bezirk holen und so zu einem Leben in Frieden zurückkehren kann.

Die Militanten hatten sich zuvor am Samstag entschlossen zu kapitulieren, nachdem sie im Gefecht um Al-Qaboun gegen Einheiten der Regierung militärisch besiegt worden waren.

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Student of Philosophy from Germany. Aside the daily developments in the Syrian conflict itself, mainly focused on the wider geopolitical context and the dealings of the various parties involved.

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