Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria’s Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Donate

Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria's Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Click to see full-size image

On July 28, Hundreds of Syrian Refugees returned from the southern Lebanese region of Arkoub to their homes in the Syrian towns of Beit Jinn and al-Zabadani south and west of the Syrian capital of Damascus, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

A source familiar with the situation told the Russian news outlet Sputnik that around 1,000 Syrian refugees went back through the Jdeidat Yabous border crossing in southwestern Syria. The Damascus government provided dozens of buses to transport the refugees back to their homes.

According to the France-Press Agency (AFP), the head of Lebanon’s General Security Directorate Major General Abbas Ibrahim called on Syrian refugees to come to the directorate’s offices to register their names in order to return to Syria. Maj. Gen. Abbas expected that thousands of refugees will return through this process.

During the last two months, thousands of Syrian refugees returned from refugee camps near the Lebanese town of Arsal to their homes in the Syrian region of Qalamun under a similar agreement.

Recently, Russia proposed an initiative to the governments of Jordan and Lebanon that will allow all the refugees there to return to their homes in the government-held areas. Both countries welcomed the initiative, but the work on it is yet to begin.

Syrian refugees on their way to their homes:

Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria's Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Click to see full-size image

Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria's Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Click to see full-size image

Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria's Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Click to see full-size image

Hundreds Of Syrian Refugees Return From Lebanon To Syria's Beit Jinn And Al-Zabadani

Click to see full-size image

Donate

SouthFront

Do you like this content? Consider helping us!

  • georgeking

    As Syria, gets back its refugees, it gets back its populational work force and people who now know well that the grass is seldom really greener on the other side of the fence.

    All of Syria has had a blooded taste of the future the West offers them. I expect few will take a sip next time US ships a case of Freedom Wine to Syria.

    • Barba_Papa

      Most Syrian refugees never got the chance to even see that greener grass, as that is in the West. Most stayed in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey, in squalid refugee camps. The grass there was the same as in Syria and I think they knew that. They just fled the fighting.

      The only ones who got a chance to taste the West’s grass are the million who made it to Europe. And I sincerely doubt that many of them will ever go back. Unless they develop a severe case of homesickness they went to Europe to make a new life for themselves. Which makes them economic migrants.

      • Bill Wilson

        Bashar has been reaching out to those that are better educated and still have some money to restart businesses and providing professional services.

  • frankly

    Now we can witness the true attitude of F.uk.us and friends toward the civilian population of Syria. Ravaged by 6 years of war as refugees return home the opportunities to offer support to civilians is literally unlimited.

    They spent untold billions to train and supply the armies that attacked Syria, now with untold millions in dire need, not a dime to rescue women and kids.

    So the next time Nikki stands to contumaciously lecture the world on the moral superiority of the west I suggest they all get up and walk out.

    Here is your chance humanitarian do-gooders, or is it the white helmets were the only Syrians you can relate to and now that they were evacuated to safer ground Syria has lost it’s appeal. Well no worries, keep your GMO “food” and your deadly “vaccines”.

  • paul ( original )

    How may do you think will be returning from Europe? My best estimate is
    none. Worse still the political elite in Europe will actively
    conspire to prevent them from going back. They will lie all their
    usual weasel word excuses. The insane left will obstruct in any way
    they can. Does not anyone else see the poison that is our midst and
    about to overwhelm us?

    • frankly

      Not sure of the ratio at all, but there are certainly many refugees in Europe that Bashar is well rid of! No guts to defend your homeland, have fun with the endless bureaucracy and enjoy what racism does to your children.