DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:30 P.M.) – For almost five years, the Al-Hamah suburb of Damascus was a war-zone that left thousands of civilians stranded between the Islamist rebels and Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

Tired of war, the Syrian civilians in Al-Hamah conducted a massive demonstration against the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and their Islamist allies, demanding they make peace with the Syrian Arab Army or else face expulsion from the suburb.

Earlier this week, the Free Syrian Army’s leadership’s accepted a peace treaty with the Syrian Arab Army; however, they had no intention of fulfilling their agreed upon obligations, which included their withdrawal from several points in Al-Hamah.

The Syrian Arab Army was now left with no choice but to attack the Islamist rebels and expel them from Al-Hamah.

In a quick four hour operation, the Syrian Armed Forces managed to expel the Islamist rebels and declare the entire Al-Hamah suburb under their control.

Aiding the Syrian Armed Forces in Al-Hamah were several local civilians, who helped drive out the Islamist rebels in their neighborhoods, while also confiscating the latter’s weapons.

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WeTheSovereignPeople
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The Syrians are a strong people, hoping this peace will soon be everywhere!

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So do I!

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nice, no one wants this useless war!

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How will the #US explain this? #Syria/n people support Assad troops to drive out US backed rebels.US narrative unravelling.

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Clearly the Syrian people support the rule of law and the Assad Government, especially after their homes have been occupied by the US backed Terrorists who rape, steal and murder at will.

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You always forget some countries : US are far to be the only ones…

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Maybe some serious help from another country soon?
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Clearly the Syrian people support the rule of law and the Assad Government, especially after their homes have been occupied by the U$ backed Terrorists who rape, steal and murder at will.

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Clearly the Syrian people support the rule of law and the Assad Government, especially after their homes have been occupied by the US backed Terrorists who rape, steal and murder at will.

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Ned Marshall clearly the rebels are loved by civilians and definitely not terrorists, and clearly the civilians hate Assad.

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It’s NOT what the US(!) Peace Council (sponsored by UN!) says!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8JppJyVxYU
MUST SEE VIDEO: TRUTH REGARDING SYRIA – NOT CIVIL WAR, BUT US INVASION

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WHAT IS HAPPENING IN ALEPPO, FROM A REAL JOURNALIST WHO WAS THERE:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEn6iNzJKik
And produced by Ron Paul!