DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:20 P.M.) – A convoy of six busses carrying jihadi militants and their families in Jabata al-Khashab town is set leave to Idlib province under a previous agreement with the Syrian government.

After concluding the deal, the Syrian Army shall take over the towns of Jabata, Ufaniyah and Taranjah; all located north of the government bastion of Al-Ba’ath city and south of the Druze town of Hadar.

Prior evacuation, the surrendered fighters – who belong an al-Qaeda-linked group – had handed over all their heavy and medium weapons as per the same deal.

Once finalized, jihadi fighters in the last insurgent-held towns of Bariqah and Beir Ajam will also be evacuated.

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Long Live Syria
Long Live Syria
2018-07-31 15:10

Idlib has become JUMBO CIRCUS of Syria. All bad animals are transported to Idlib. We have the Who is Who of all the various rebel groups.

zainab313
zainab313
2018-07-31 14:31

hunt for the kidnapped hopefully will bear fruits soon

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rabbi drewzif
2018-07-31 19:17

Now with all the rebels in the Idlib governerate once the SAA attack they will have nowhere else to go once they surrender. Surely Assad is going to finish them all off this time, because atm the rebel/isis creators ( US,SAUDI,ISRAEL UK)are still achieving their objective of destroying Syria through constant internal warfare. As long as there are roaming groups of mercenaries theres gonna be trouble. They just drag out the conflict to cause maximum disruption, and what do they always do ? Surrender. i suspect they have very little interest in fighting as they have shown over the past… Read more »

Long Live Syria
Long Live Syria
2018-07-31 14:50

Idlib has become JUMBO CIRCUS of Syria. All bad animals are transported to Idlib. We have the Who is Who of all the various rebel groups.

This has already creating a lot of rift & friction among many of these terrorist groups who are jostling for supremacy & space in-spite of having lost to SAA.

Once SAA & RuAF start their Idlib operations all the circus animals will try to vanish into Turkey. Good for Turkey they can give asylum & shelter to these animals whom they were feeding, supporting & grooming all these will come back to Turkey.