Syrian Army troops advance in East Ghouta (Source: AFP).

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:25 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) command has allowed soldiers serving since 2010 to return home after eight years of service.

All soldiers part of Recruitment Class 102 will be honorably discharged at the end of the month and allowed to return to civilian life.

Most of the soldiers part from this recruitment class had served in the provinces of Homs, Damascus, and Aleppo, which have been declared militarily safe.

With the latest victories in Homs and Damascus, the Syrian Army can now afford to discharge these soldiers from Class 102.

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