DAMASCUS, SYRIA (5:30 P.M.) – Fighters from the Syrian Hezbollah group who were freed up from Nusra poisons showed up at their hometowns of Nubl and Zahraa towns in northern Aleppo countryside.
The two fighters, released as per an exchange deal between the jihadi group and Syrian government, were captured a couple of years ago during battles in south Aleppo.
The released fighters belong to the Syrian Hezbollah; a group affiliated with the Lebanese resistance formed to fight the jihadi militants in Syria.
The exchange deal – according to sources – took place yesterday at al-Eis crossing near the jihadi-controlled area in south Aleppo.
Three Nusra militants were freed up by the Syrian government as per the same deal.