Damascus, Syria (7:48 P.M.) – The reconciliation committee of Damascus province announced moments ago that the majority of militants occupying the cities of Qudsaya and Al-Hama have accepted the terms of the new agreement offered by the military command in the region.

The agreement is to ensure that the aforementioned towns are free of weapons. Sources report that lists of insurgents who plan on taking up the amnesty offer are being made after they were forced to kneel down to unprecedented public pressure of civilians who did not want their hometowns turned into battlefields.

Notably, it was Qudsiya’s local armed groups who broke the long-standing ceasefire two days earlier when they surprisingly attacked a government checkpoint killing 6 Syrian soldiers while injuring another.

 

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Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha… Falling Like Pack Of Cards’ Palace… More To Come… 🙂 Chill…

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It’s much better for Syrian people! A great bravo to public pressure! And another proof that Syrian people doesn’t wants to be ruled by Muslim Brotherhood and their loonie shithadists!
Let’s hope the domino theory goes on and on as the Riyadh/Ankara/Doha proxies are NOT wanted in Syria.