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Report and Video by Erets Zen
The Syrian government’s efforts in promoting reconciliation and amnesty to Syrian militants who took up arms against it has paid off. Babbila, Yalda, and Beit Sahem are three towns in the Damascus countryside that recently had reconciliation between their militants and the Syrian Army.
These deals included agreements on ceasefire, lifting of siege, allowing food and aid to get in, and the giving up of weapons – in most cases – in exchange for the residents raising the Syrian flag.
In Babbila, videos of the armed Islamist militants standing side by side with the Syrian Army might have seemed strange a week ago; however, today, this presents a sliver of hope that there might actually be a way out of this conflict, if all Syrians work together to get their country back.
Published February 18, 2014
SOURCES: NDF Media (Syria), al-Mayadeen TV (Lebanon)
Nevaehwest report on SyrianFreePress.net Network 19 Feb 2014
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I am doing my best from this end and will keep trying to expose our lying media, stay safe. Thanks again.
Does this article ring a bell?. Is this the reality of what has happened to Syria?.
It does make sense.
Long Live Syria al-Assad!
Francenaldo Amorim said:
I am very happy, to see in Syria, the people of these three villages become brothers again, not following mercenneries secterians religions divisions, commanded from saudit Arabi/Katar/Lybia and by the international zionnism. Don´t let to destroy Syria country. that´s the plan of Israel, to get the Syrian Territory of Golan, and Palestine lands.,
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Congrats, 👍. So proud of this story.
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