First Batch Of Faylaq al-Rahman And Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Militants Leaves East Ghouta Towards Northern Syria

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First Batch Of Faylaq al-Rahman And Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Militants Leaves East Ghouta Towards Northern Syria

Syrian Arab Army opening the road for the militants’ buses | By Damascus Now, click to see the full-size image

On March 24, seventeen buses carrying the first batch of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and Faylaq al-Rahman fighters left Irbin district in the western part of the Eastern Ghouta region towards the northern governorate of Idlib, according to the Hezbollah media wing in Syria.

Earlier, Faylaq al-Rahman released eight civilians and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers under the evacuation agreement that had been reached on March 23. More than thirty other captives are set to be released by the militants in coming days, according to pro-government sources.

Meanwhile, the SAA discovered several ammo depots and a network of tunnels in the Ayn Tarma district, which had been one of the main strongholds of Faylaq al-Rahman. The militants are likely handing over more areas to the SAA in the upcoming hours, mainly in Jobar district, north of Ayn Tarma.

More than 7,000 civilians and fighters of HTS and Faylaq al-Rahman will leave the western part of Eastern Ghouta within 48 hours under the evacuation agreement that appears to be going well so far.

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  • antoun

    YES ObJECTIF FINAL REALISED!!! JOBAR LIBERED!!!!!

    • PZIVJ

      And no more shelling of Damascus.
      Indeed this is a victory for the Syrian people. :)

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    • John Whitehot

      well, it’s the ragheads that said that if Jobar fell the “revolution” would be dead and buried. Not us.

    • Amine Mansouri

      not yet

  • Another lot to join the NATO Backed Turkey invasion of good Kurdish peoples territory.

    • antoun

      no one kurds is innocent vermin separatist this principal ennemie at bashard el assad

    • Serious

      good kurdish people. XD.

      Karma is making kurds paying.

    • XJ5

      You Mean Syrian Arab Republic Territory!

  • Serious

    kurds invaded arab land and now arabs will invade kurdish lands.

    Karma is strong. XD.

  • Serious

    I don’t understand why people do something to others and then complain when others do the same.

    Explain me something. Americans complain that muslims invade them but they don’t complain when they occupy and bomb their country. Isn’t that hilarious ????? XD.

    • Barba_Papa

      It’s called might makes right, so do as I say, not as I do. It’s as old as humanity. In one word hypocrisy. And to be fair, its not all just out of malice, we humans do it all the time. There’s probably not a single parent who has not been a hypocrite at some point.

    • schiamachy

      While your comment is largely true of the establishment or elite in America and that they have quite a few ordinary citizens brainwashed by false information, I suspect that the majority of Americans just want to get on with their lives in their way just as most people in most other countries also do. Unfortunately many of us wherever we live have not paid enough attention to the people in control. With a few exceptions It seems they have little regard for the people they govern and have aligned themselves with people who want to control us rather than represent us.
      This has happened because our governments are too secretive and do things we would not approve of. For instance in my country Australia the Government did inform us they were sending warplanes to Iraq after being invited to help the Iraqi government deal with ISIS. Then without informing us they started assisting the American illegal bombing in Syria.

  • Serious

    Also something very funny. The west likes to export their way of life and culture to others countries but don’t like when others countries import their way of life and culture to them. Isn’t that hilarious ? XD.

  • Serious

    And the opposite is true. Muslim countries don’t want the west to import their way of life ion their countries but they want to export their wxay of life to the west. XD.

    In fact, those who want to export so-called republic and secularism are the exact same people as those who want to export sharia. They think that they are different, but they are the same. they want others to change their habits for imperialism purposes.

    That’s why I laught when the two debate. They are both wrong and they argue in void.

    QED.

    • Gonçalo Pena

      correct

    • schiamachy

      Your statement is only true of some Muslims. The majority of Syrian people want to live a modern secular life and don’t want to force their religion on anyone else.

  • Hrky75

    Is Green Buses Transport Inc listed somewhere??? – the way SAA is emptying pockets owning a few stocks can make you a fortune these days…

  • Smith Ricky

    حفنة من القرود

  • Floyd Hazzard

    The syrian government should only make these agreements conditional to the Shiite villages being allowed a supply route and civilians that are so minded are allowed to leave rebel held Idlib for government held areas, in other words a swap of populations. Then perhaps with civilians seperated by choice and geography, accommodations on a settling of the war based on federalist boundaries and principles can be adopted.

  • matew ivanson

    USA army, NATO what the fcuk you waiting? strike hezbollah, iranian, iraqi bases in Syria and south Lebanon, fcuk shite terrorists, save Douma, have you fcking fleet and aviation around?

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Terrorist go have a nap!

    • schiamachy

      You lot have don enough damage to last for another two centuries. Its time to understand your brainwashed team of psychopaths are on the run and are lucky that the Syrian Government is so merciful.

    • Samuel Boas

      Why don’t you just go to Saudi Isrelia instead.

  • Alex

    So i guess when they have collected all of the “rebels” in Idlib, Russia will conduct a massive strike ?

  • RichardD

    When it becomes time to clear Idlib, it will be interesting to see if the Turks let the terrorists in. Or maybe they’ll be sent east of the river.

  • Valery Grigoryev

    Where should they go when the whole Idlib province will be under the power of SAA?

  • Bob

    Wonder about fate of any individual militants that might seek amnesty to stay behind – do any locals, who were previously subjected to militant’s snatching of family members as hostages for ransom, or being arbitrarily price gouged over food prices, later extract revenge on any ex-militants in their midst?