DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:25 P.M.) – The 2nd batch of al-Qaeda-affiliate Faylaq al-Rahman militants are preparing to leave their former stronghold in Arbeen to the country’s north as per an evacuation deal with the Syrian government.

Early this morning, 50 buses entered Arbeen town where  fighters unwilling to settle their status are expected to leave with their families to the north.

So far, 25 buses carrying up to 1700 people are now grouping in Harasta and are set to get off any given moment.

Drone footage filmed by  the Syrian National Defense Forces show the busses gathering in the recently-restored Harasta suburb.

According to unconfirmed reports, Faylaq al-Rahhman fighters might join the Turkey-led forces that fight the Kurdish fighters in Afrin region.

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2018-03-25 17:33

Al Qaeda and Turks? That’ll be right!

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2018-03-25 17:37

Just proves that all Al Qaeda stuff since 2000 has been orchestrated by NATO and the West and has nothing to to with the war on terror. The war on terror is just a big bad wolf invented to fool the people.

Nestor
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2018-03-25 19:29

Estos terroristas saben que en el norte gozaran de apoyo de Turquía.