In a move that happens frequently in the Syrian war, the Syrian Arab Army exchanged corpses with the jihadist forces in Hama countryside.

The deal that was facilitated through the Syrian Red Crescent allowed for the Syrian Army to trade the bodies of deceased rebels in Ramliya town with the bodies of Syrian Army personnel from Zarah battle.

The following are pictures of some of the jihadists killed in Al-Ramliyah when the Syrian Army conducted its counter-offensive (viewer discretion advised):

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well this post was gross