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Terrorists Hand over Heavy Weapons to Syrian Army in Al-Dumayr Region



The Jeish al-Islam terrorist group handed over its heavy weapons to the Syrian Army troops on Wednesday within the framework of an agreement to leave al-Dumayr region for the town of Jarabulus in Northern Syria.

Jeish al-Islam terrorists have delivered their heavy weapons and military hardware, including five armored vehicles, BMP vehicles, missile launching pads and cannons to the army following an evacuation agreement that allows militants to leave al-Dumayr for Jarabulus in Northeastern Aleppo.

In the meantime, a sum of 1,500 Jeish al-Islam militants along with 3,500 family members are to leave al-Dumayr for Jarabulus.

Those militants that do not want to be relocated to Jarabulus are allowed to apply for government amnesty.

In a similar development on Tuesday the army troops repelled the terrorists’ heavy attack on Eastern Qalamoun region after an agreement between the army and militants in al-Dumayr came into force.

The army men engaged in fierce clashes with a group of terrorists in al-Mahasa region between the administrative border of Eastern Qalamoun and Homs province and repelled their attack, killing or wounding a number of militants.

Military analysts believe that the attack launched by Ahmad Abdu gunmen and Jeish Tahrir al-Sham was actually a coup to disturb the newly-agreed reconciliation agreement between the army and militants in al-Dumayr region.

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