Damascus, Syria (5:30 P.M.) – Last week, the Islamist rebels of Liwaa Shuhada Al-Islam surrendered the strategic town of Darayya to the Syrian government after four years of intense fighting.

Within hours of the surrender announcement in Darayya, the nearby Islamist rebels in Mo’adhimiyah contacted the government delegation they worked with to achieve the reconciliation agreement earlier this year.

The Islamist rebels told the government officials that they are willing to renegotiate a deal that would surrender Mo’adhimiyah to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in exchange for transportation to the Idlib Governorate.

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According to a military source in Damascus, the government and opposition delegations are currently meeting in Mo’adhimiyah; however, no further details were given to Al-Masdar News regarding the negotiation process.

Mo’adhimiyah is situated at the western border of Darayya in the West Ghouta region of rural Damascus (Rif Dimashq).

 

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  1. Quieren ir a Idlib a unirse a otros terroristas y marchar hacia Alepo, el gobierno debería de meterles bombas y acabar por una vez a todos estos terroristas, quieren fortalecerse en Alepo, también por el norte entraron terroristas de Erdogan, El gobierno tiene tarea dificil.