After four years of being tragically torn apart, a Syrian soldier was finally able to meet with his family following the liberation of the Hanano district, a suburban area in northeastern part of Aleppo which had left his relatives trapped since 2012.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PkgdDkfbPO0

More joyful scenes took place as some 600 people managed to escape rebel-held districts of Aleppo on Saturday as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) inched closer to bringing the fully city back under government control.

In addition, Colonel Suheil al-Hassan – commander in chief of the SAA’s renown Tiger Forces – spoke personally with the freed civilians in front of Syrian state television.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cP9Txtx_RXo

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Gerard

I am 62 years old, I lived many things but there I cried with emotion and joy. Thank you for this video. I am so happy for this family that God protects this soldier and his soldier brothers.

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Mehrnaz Shahabi

I cried watching this video. Victory to the brave and noble Syrian Arab Army for cleansing Syria of vicious foreign sponsored mercenaries.

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goingbrokes

Fabulous moment!