Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria’s Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds of displaced families have started returning to the settlements of Dael and Ebtaa in the northwestern countryside of Daraa city, which has been recently secured by Syrian government forces, the state-run media says.

This is the second batch of civilians, which has returned to the Daraa countryside, over the past week. More civilians will return to the area as soon as the Syrian Army will declare the province liberated.

Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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Hundreds Of Displaced Families Return To Their Homes In Syria's Daraa Province (Photos)

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  • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

    Here are all the displaced people SOHR and the UN cry about this is just rich how embarrassing for them to be now as they lose more credibility. They all need to stop smoking that fairy dust that comes out of the Unicorns ass,visions of rainbows and gun toting leprechauns and chimpanzee jugglers with pots of gold is too much.

    • Willing Conscience (The Truths

      I’ve been halving all their figures lately, it seems I should be halving them again, only 25% of their estimates are ever proving to be correct.

      • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

        Well at Nasieb crossing it turned out to be over 20,000 people yet a Jordanian official claimed twice that number. Never trust some numbers unless they are sources close to the ground.

        • Willing Conscience (The Truths

          Good advice. Most of that 20,000 would have been FSA and HTS family members trying to escape to Jordan, not genuine refugees, they never seem to mention that either.

  • leon mc pilibin

    Bravo SYRIA,,your people are going home.

  • leon mc pilibin

    No Chemtrails over SYRIA,,i wonder why?

  • Willing Conscience (The Truths

    I estimated only a max of 100,000 people, probably way less, would be directly affected by this campaign, and they’d mostly be the fighters and their families. I can’t see how the UN came up with the figures they did, 230, 275, 330,000. I also said most of the displaced persons would return to their homes in a week or two after the fighting, and also that the fighting for different areas would be over in a day or two anyway, I also said the fighting here wouldn’t affect too many non combatants at all, and I think I was pretty accurate with all my assessments.
    If I didn’t know any better, I’d be believing that I’d done a better job of forecasting the refugee situation here than the UN did, but I do know better, I know they knew exactly what was going to happen, and what the real numbers would be, they just lied about everything like they always do.
    Come on Assad, it’s time to start releasing some real data if you have it, I’d love to know the real honest truth, I’m sick of all the UN propaganda lies.