Militants, Their Supporters Start Leaving Rastan Pocket Under Deal With Government (More Photos Of Weapons)

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Militants, Their Supporters Start Leaving Rastan Pocket Under Deal With Government (More Photos Of Weapons)

Suheil “the Tiger” al-Hassan is in northern Hama (C)

On May 7, an evacuation of militants and their supporters started in the Rastan pocket in northern Homs. Accoridng to local sources, about 3,000 militants and their supporters will leave the area towards the northern Syrian town of Jarabulus currently controlled by Turkey and its proxies.

Militants, Their Supporters Start Leaving Rastan Pocket Under Deal With Government (More Photos Of Weapons)

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The Syrian state media reported that buses had already entered the town of Rastan to transport militants and their relatives who do not want their cases to be settled in the framework of the reconciliation agreement reached in the area.

Militants, Their Supporters Start Leaving Rastan Pocket Under Deal With Government (More Photos Of Weapons)

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Prior to the evacuation start, local militants handed over 6 battle tanks, 3 BMP vehicles, two Shilka vehicles as well as mortars, anti-tank guided missiles, surface-to-air missiles and other weapons.

According to local sources, the Syrian military assisted by Russia is seeking to finish the evacuation process within 7 days. Once this is done, government forces will re-establish a full control of the Rastan pocket and re-open the strategic Homs-Hama highway.

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  • Bosna

    Why are there 5 helicopters airborne on the last photo?

    • Smrda

      Hahaha, i was just wondering the same, it looks like Victory day parade preparation.
      Nevertheless, i think this photo is edited for some unclear reason, and helos are inserted. But it is nice to see so many hardware surrendered, and to leave scumbags to fight for their survival in Idlib with rocks and slingshots.

      • Rob

        Where you see tiger Hussain Al- Hassan there you will see four helicopters and fighter jets for security reason. Russia have provided their own bodyguards, helicopters and fighter jets to protect Hussain Al Hassan from insane attacks.

        • Barba_Papa

          They look like Gazelle helicopters. Which the Russian army doesn’t use. The Syrian army however does use them. And from what I’ve gathered so do the Tiger Forces. So I reckon they belong to his unit.

          Those two Russian body guards look awesome though.

          • testera

            There is single Gazelle, most likely used to transport the general. It has three blades and skids, unlike those on the last photo. They look like Mi-8.

        • Smrda

          I guess you are all right. It seems reasonable since Tiger is priceless commander. I wonder how SAA let hero general Zahreddine to be lost so easily…such a shame…

    • neil barron

      To sweep in and pick up all the commanders and Russian guards after the photo op.
      Which in my option is a good thing.

  • Rob

    Salman, Trump and May are the godfathers of all terrorists Israel, ISIS, SDF etc….

    These are the military hardware handedover to SAA but howmuch are buried in the land. I think for that Syria and Russia could use ultrasound equipments to unearth for security reason.

  • RichardD

    In a week only the Isis pocket west of the river will be left. Once that’s cleared, only the border areas will be left.

  • Rob

    President Erdogan: Palestine and the Jerusalem issue is not just a nation’s case. The Palestinians are the symbol of all the oppressed in the world.

  • Rob

    President Erdoğan: The hypocrisy of the international community can no longer be concealed, but more importantly has reached an unbearable dimension. the reform of the UN is indispensable. The world is living in the conditions of World War II.

  • Rob

    Saudi, US, UK, France and their proxy terrorist organizations Israel, ISIS, Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram and Al-Shabab have committed heinous crimes and now I feel their down fall…..

    • Ed

      I wonder if you really know what you are talking about. But I doubt it very much.

      • Turbofan

        I was wondering the same.. about you

      • neil barron

        He likes to spew mindless Nazi propaganda.

        • Ed

          And mindless morons like Turbofan come out of the woodwork to support him and his vile little speeches!!

  • Joe Dirt

    AK-74 looking nice!

  • Joe Dirt

    Can anyone spot the poor Photoshop job done by Southtard! LOL