DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:10 P.M.) – Thousands of Syrian civilians poured into the streets of Qudsiyah on Monday to celebrate the expulsion of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Al-Nusra Front) from this imperative Damascene suburb.

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Elated civilians pack in tight to celebrate the end of rebel occupation. Damascus Now
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Civilians in Qudsiyah hold up signs and photos in support of the Syrian government and army. Damascus Now
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Thousands of civilians pour into the streets of Qudsiyah to support the Syrian Army and celebrate the expulsion of the rebels. Damascus Now

With Qudsiyah and Al-Hamah under their control, the Syrian Armed Forces can now reopen the roads to these two suburbs from the Syrian capital.

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This is what America and NATO hate to see. The Syrian People shedding the chains of US sponsored ‘head chopping tyranny’.

Yet another false US Narrative busted.

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You may think I really want to contradict you but, in fact, they mostly don’t give a f**k; it’s just bad for Asfari’n’Co PR campaigns which, in some way are indirectly tooled by them and you really see NATO as an unity and actor while, again, NATO is not implied and the role of US and UK is mostly ‘underground’. If they wanted Assad out for real, he’d be pushing up the daisies for 5 years now! Now, you’re misled in some way : there are really NO GOOD GUYS in this sad story and in fact, US/NATO are not… Read more »