Evacuation Of Civilians And NDF Members From Al-Fu’ah And Kafriya Finished Successfully (Video, Photos)

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On July 20, the last batch of civilians and National Defense Forces (NDF) fighters, who left the villages of al-Fu’ah and Kafriya, entered the northern city of Aleppo, thus the evacuation process was successfully completed.

The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) released more than 30 woman and children, who were captured by Jihadists during the Idlib offensive in 2015. The release of these captives is a part of the al-Fu’ah and Kafriya agreement.

Evacuation Of Civilians And NDF Members From Al-Fu’ah And Kafriya Finished Successfully (Video, Photos)

Click to see full-size image, By SANA

Evacuation Of Civilians And NDF Members From Al-Fu’ah And Kafriya Finished Successfully (Video, Photos)

Click to see full-size image, By SANA

Furthermore, the al-Mayadeen TV revealed that six personnel of Lebanese Hezbollah, including a senior military commander, were evacuated from al-Fu’ah and Kafriya along with NDF fighters. Hezbollah fighters will return to their towns and villages in southern Lebanon in the upcoming hours, according to the Lebanese news TV channel.

A day earlier, HTS paused the evacuation process and halted more than 19 buses in the crossing of al-Eis. Back then, Syrian sources revealed that the evacuation was paused because 600 out of the 1,500 convicts who were released by the Damascus government under the evacuation agreement, refused to go to the governorate of Idlib.

According to al-Mayadeen, the Damascus government solved this problem by releasing around 250 additional convicts. Following this move, HTS allowed the last batch of buses to enter the government-held areas in Aleppo.

Currently, HTS is planning to settle its foreign fighters and their families in al-Fu’ah and Kafriya. Some pro-HTS activists even suggested renaming the two towns in order to imposed a demographic change.

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  • Alejandro Bonifacio

    they shall return

  • Brother Ma

    Haha. Even terrorists no longer want to go to Idlib now that they know they are losing. Syria was too soft. I would have shot some at random to teach them not to invade countries for Uncle Sam ever again!

  • Merijn

    Are these 600 Stay-Behinds deployed at the Frontlines of the SAA as part of the Reconciliation-Plan? Or do they stay imprisoned…?

  • Barba_Papa

    >>The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham
    (HTS) released more than 30 woman and children, who were captured by
    Jihadists during the Idlib offensive in 2015<<

    What would be to odds if these women and children have been used as sex slaves by their Al Nusra captors? That's usually what ISIS did, and Al Nusra is only one step behind that filth.

    One tiny teeny step.

  • World_Eye

    LOL just imagine the Jihadi-Idlibistan Paradise LMAO. But they are not besieged because they can go anywhere freely via Turkish border, I bet is open to many of them if they want to go somewhere. And that’s the only source for those Rats there to be supplied with weapons and equipment and gear. Leave them like that few more years and Syrian government will find itself like fighting against Hezbollah, because HTS are constantly been trained by foreigners CIA, Turkish, Israeli and many other. And on the end as I said they can be strong as Hezbollah, not as same as Hezbollah of course but I am estimating some power strength to some procent. Maybe not as much As Lebanese Hezbollah but some 35% they will be as them. We all know that Today’s Hezbollah can fuck up any Israeli ground offensive on Lebanon.
    Who knows how many slaves are digging tunnels and underground bunkers, they are like ants they don’t stop for a minute when they have prisoner labor force… But their Turn will come soon, Turkey’s Erdogan can go fuck himself defending those Idlibistanists Jihadi motherfuckers, the only side that can be with Damascus government it has possibility to be the Kurds if they cooperate very good with Damascus and the US to leave. Because the Kurd where there previously but not with so much land of course, they will hand key towns and oil sites to Damascus and maybe that can be as it was before, but as for the Turkey’s Jihadists, TAF and these Nasty HTS in Idlibistan they all have to go down, or flee the country.

  • Lupus

    Thanks NDF / Hezbollah heroes for defending these people against the terror hordes for such a long time!!

  • Rob

    Well done heroes of SAA and their allies. This is a great success. They have passed 7 years in captivity under the US backed proxies Israel, ISIS and HTS. I was surprised that US proxies are evacuating while they cannot. Here you go, now they also free.

  • antoun

    bravo the 7000 civils shia sauved!!