BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:25 P.M.) – At least two batches of armed militants in eastern Aleppo have been transferred by Syrian government buses to the town of Khan Touman near the Idlib Governorate’s northeastern border, a military source told Al-Masdar News on Thursday evening.

The militants and their wounded fighters were finally transferred on Thursday after intense negotiations between the Iranian, Turkish, and Russian governments last night.

Part of the agreement between the aforementioned governments was to transfer the wounded and sick from the two Syrian government controlled towns of Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa; this did not happen on Thursday.

According to a military source, the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest) reportedly blocked the wounded and sick from Al-Fou’aa and Kafraya from being transferred to safety; this agitated several Syrian government officials, who helped negotiate the transport of civilians.

The Syrian military will once again attempt to transport the sick and wounded from Kafraya and Al-Fou’aa tomorrow; if they are once again blocked, they will likely halt the transfer of militants in east Aleppo.

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Assad must stay
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You can’t trust islamists rats.

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Since 628AD with the Huddaybiyyah treaty, it has always been like that, thus, they’re not the only ones : when questioned about being a traitor that signed a pact with the devil after the Oslo agreement, Arafat just answered one word to journos : Huddaybiyyah. He wasn’t lectured anymore about this in the Arab world as everybody understood that he’ll use the agreement as a deception and he did so when he launched the 2nd intifada. If they stop blocking ppl from Fou’aa, Kafraya, you can heavily assume that they’ll attack them just before leaving the Qaeda-controlled zone and very… Read more »

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The French should post jean-Marc Zero in the bus with the wounded peoples. But hey are not courageous, and no more honest.

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Amin

If there be a night in Paris which the Eiffel tower lights turned off, it is the night that so called Islamists are kicked out the aleppo city.

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You know the Syrians are Muslim too, right? And have mostly honored their ceasefire deals?

Dumbass bigot. Do us all a favor and stop spamming your bullshit. Just stick to masturbating to military matters.

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@Zipang: Concept of peace deal is cultural.

Muslim faith can prevent lasting peace deals with any they consider apostate or unbelievers.

They often make hudna – that is no peace but temporary. IMHO it is OK to point at these differences.

Westerners do not know the cultural backgrounds.

p.s. During the more than 300 years of war on the Balkan between Sunni aggressors and Christian natives the Christians, Europeans often complained because they had other concepts for truce and peace.

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Andrew

Very soft from SAA. Shocking and very disappointing that this time wasting continues.