New batch of terrorists [foreign-backed mercenary-jihadists and various kinds infesting-rats] leave al-Waer area with their disgraced families.
(these archive videos are from 7 and 10 days ago)
A new batch of armed terrorists and some of their disgraced families’ members who rejected to join the reconciliation agreement in al-Waer neighborhood started to leave the neighborhood in a step towards evacuating the area from arms and gunmen and paving the way for the return of peace and prosperity thanks to the governmental institutions.
In the framework of implementing the reconciliation agreement in al-Waer neighborhood and under the supervision of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC), the internal security forces and the Russian military police, the seventh batch of 29 buses [carrying 463 foreign-backed mercenary-terrorists], started to leave al-Waer neighborhood heading for Idleb area according to the program of the agreement which was reached on 13 March 2017.
The implementation of the agreement is proceeding according to the specific program and there are no obstacles, Homs Governor Talal al-Barazi told to Syrian News Agency reporters, adding that the 7th batch includes 400 gunmen, while the last batch will leave by mid-May.
Homs Police Chief Mag. Gen. Khaled Hilal said that security will be soon fully established in the neighborhood.
Last Monday, 260 militants and some of their families’ members left al-Waer neighborhood towards Idleb and the legal status of hundreds of persons was settled according to the amnesty decree no. 15 for the year 2016.
SYRIAN TROOPS LIBERATE EAST ALEPPO NEIGHBORHOOD
FROM MERCENARY-TERRORIST GANGS
Families show happiness when SAA Tiger forces enter Al-Haidaria neighborhood in East Aleppo and liberated them from terrorist gangs’ oppressive wickedness.
CIVILIANS IN TERRORISTS-HELD IDLIB AREA RALLY
IN SUPPORT OF PRESIDENT AL-ASSAD GOVERNMENT
A large group of civilians took to the streets of Tramla village in rural Idlib to protest against the jihadist mercenary-terrorists present in the area and to show their support for Syrian President Bashar al Assad.