BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:44 P.M.) – A Syrian Army delegation has entered the volatile ISIS controlled areas of the Palestinian Yarmouk camp in southern Damascus to hold discussions with the terrorist groups commanders.

The purpose of this meeting is in the hope to reach a deal with ISIS so that the terrorist group can be evacuated from the camp and relocated to areas of eastern Syria that it controls.

It is in the hope that ISIS, who control 70% of the camp, will accept the evacuation deal, and thus forcing the Syrian franchise of Al-Qaeda, Tahrir al-Sham (formerely the al-Nusra Front) to also accept an evacuation deal, and thus removing all terrorist forces from Yarmouk.

Tahrir al-Sham control around 10% of the camp whilst the Syrian Army control the remaining 20%.

If the negotiations are accepted and a deal reached, it will free up around 1,000 Syrian Army soldiers who can be redeployed to other fronts to fight militant forces, and in this case, most likely East Ghouta.

It is expected that ISIS will accept the deal as they are completely besieged in Yarmouk whilst in eastern and northern Syria they are a facing a collapse too.

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That ISIS/Qaeda area is 15km in circumference, I bet it would free up a LOT MORE than 1000 troops!

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liberating humanity from the “antifa” fascists, except these are the meanest fascists of them all, the islamomarxist fascists=muslim brotherhood aka OIC aka al qaida (data/base of jihadists that bin laden started for the evil saudis)
THANK YOU ASSAD AND PUTIN for setting the people free from the nightmare of an islamic caliphate! Muslims, choose life, not death, says Moses!

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“Evacuation” to which part of the “Caliphate” that won’t exist anymore until such a deal is reached? If so it should happen only under the condition that the green buses go to their masters in Riyahd and Tel Aviv and they take their heavy weapons fully loaded with them on this occasion.

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Well done to the Syrian Arab Army in their bold actions to take back territory from the muslim marxist brother hoods.