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The withdrawal of militants from the province of Damascus will continue

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The Syrian military has agreed on the withdrawal of anti-government groups from 3-x settlements, located south of Damascus, reports RIA News message agency SANA.



These are the settlements of Yald, Babil and Beit Sahm.

According to the agency’s source, the militants “will either be able to leave the area with their families, or remain and settle their legal status after weapons».

The interviewee noted that the agreement was reached a few hours after the start of the offensive of the government forces in this direction.

On Saturday, the agency reported that the Syrian army advanced noticeably in the south of Damascus, breaking through the defense of the IG terrorist group (banned in the Russian Federation) in the regions of Jura, Esali, and El-Hajr Al-Aswad.

Fierce fighting is currently "continuing on the part of the Syrian capital in the Kadam quarter and in the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp," the newspaper notes.

The Yarmuk and surrounding settlements remained the last stronghold of terrorists in the entire suburb of Damascus. The operation to clean up the area near the capital began on April 19.
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  1. Tarasve
    Tarasve April 29 2018 16: 23
    +3
    They must be crushed, not released.
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker April 29 2018 16: 28
      0
      Fierce fighting is currently "continuing on the part of the Syrian capital in the Kadam quarter and in the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp," the newspaper notes.

      The following is an interview with Hamza Abu Jaafar, who works as a military media activist for Quwat Al-Sa'iqa, one of the old Palestinian factions fighting on the side of the Syrian government.
      Question: Qat Al-Aouda [Hezbollah-related return forces] participating in the liberation campaign of South Damascus?
      Answer. And the forces from Liva Al-Quds arrived recently.
      Question: yes, right. Can it be said that most Palestinians in Syria support the Syrian government?
      Answer: Yes, from a military point of view, with the exception of neutral groups of the Palestinian Liberation Organization [PLO].
      Question: Yes. As for Hamas in Syria, many of its members joined the rebels, right?
      Answer: of course, and they acted under the name Aknaf Bayt al-Maqdis, and we fight with them here in the Yarmouk camp.
      Question: Yes. Have some Palestinians in the Yarmouk camp joined Daish and Kha'yat Tahrir Al-Sham (Jabhat Al-Nusra)?
      Answer: [Yes], some of them.
      Question: I see. Of course, the majority of the Syrian-Palestinian people support the government because it represents Arabism?
      Answer: of course. And there is no difference between us in Syria - whether it be Syrian or Palestinian - and we have all the rights.
      Question: Yes. How is the fighting going on in South Damascus?
      Answer: street battles, urban warfare.
      Question: that is, the struggle is very difficult?
      Answer: Yes
      Question: Daish uses snipers and landmines in houses and is this a problem?
      Answer: and more than that.
      Question: how and what?
      Answer: everything is mined, and they cut off the heads of prisoners.
      Question: True. Do you expect the campaign to free South Damascus will take a long time?
      Answer: I do not think so. When the first lines of their defense fall, they will collapse. We are moving forward daily, but the geography of the place is very complicated.
      Question: Yes, because of the many buildings.
      Answer: the buildings are adjacent to each other, and the streets are narrow. You can only fight in the streets. Sometimes we are in the same apartment, and collisions will be inside the same apartment.
      Question: Why are the Palestinian factions participating in the campaign not united under one force?
      Answer: they work in a single headquarters.
      Question: I mean, why does Quwat Dir 'al-Aqsa [associated with the free Palestinian movement], for example, not merge into Quwat al-Sa'iqa?
      Answer: I cannot answer this. Because each faction has its own goals. But in Syria, and specifically in the camp, there is one operational control under the supervision of the army.
      Question: What is the position of Quwat al-Sa'iqa regarding the contradictions / conflicts between the PLO (government of Abbas) and Hamas in the West Bank and Gaza?
      Answer: we oppose both of them. We have left the Palestine Liberation Organization since the 1980's and are opposed to any Palestinian-Palestinian civil strife.
      Question: Can we say that the government of Abbas and Hamas in Gaza are traitors to the Palestinian cause?
      Answer. And we are with any person who fights with the Zionists.
      Question: finally, what do you say to the Palestinians outside Syria who accuse the Syrian government of killing the Palestinian people?
      Answer: they must come to Syria and see what happens. In my opinion, all who oppose the Syrian government are traitors and accomplices of Zionist Israel.
  2. Angel_and_Demon
    Angel_and_Demon April 29 2018 16: 26
    +4
    According to the agency’s source, the militants "will be able to either leave the area with their families, or stay and settle their legal status after the delivery of weapons."
    I wonder what place will be settled? will they really fold their heads?
  3. Storming the Washington
    Storming the Washington April 29 2018 16: 28
    +1
    operation "save Private Assad" with the help of the rescue general Shoigu moves to the finals
    1. Angel_and_Demon
      Angel_and_Demon April 29 2018 16: 36
      +5
      Quote: Storming the Washington
      operation "save Private Assad" with the help of the rescue general Shoigu moves to the finals

      if there wasn’t this operation, there would be an operation to enter the general through the east (Tajikistan and Turkmenistan), so it’s better to crush the nits at the place of her birth than to press themselves hi
  4. taiga2018
    taiga2018 April 29 2018 16: 30
    +1
    how everything is complicated there, but also the "civilized" underfoot are confused ...
  5. Hunter 2
    Hunter 2 April 29 2018 16: 32
    +6
    Quote: TarasVE
    They must be crushed, not released.

    Yes. They do everything right, go out without equipment and weapons, and instead of urban battles it’s easier and simpler to drive them in the desert and it’s more convenient to hammer them! hi
    I think the one who came up with these “operations” needs to be done by the Hero of Russia and the Syrian award (the highest) - it is also necessary to give! And the main thing is that We know our Heroes by sight! soldier
  6. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter April 29 2018 16: 38
    +1
    They quickly gave up. Belief in a fracture is lost. Now where are they "ramming"? To Idlib? It is clear that the concentration of barmalei in one place is just a convenient target for the videoconferencing. Assad wins ... Well, okay.
    1. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin April 29 2018 17: 42
      +2
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      They quickly gave up. Belief in a fracture is lost. Now where are they "ramming"? To Idlib? It is clear that the concentration of barmalei in one place is just a convenient target for the videoconferencing. Assad wins ... Well, okay.

      In Idlib, there is also a layer cake from various groups, from time to time cutting each other's heads. These refugees will be distributed on different sides of the conflict and will periodically shoot at each other. Let them fight with themselves there for now. Waiting for when they come.
  7. andrson
    andrson April 29 2018 16: 46
    0
    Something for Afrin is silent ..
  8. Radikal
    Radikal April 29 2018 22: 27
    0
    Quote: TarasVE
    They must be crushed, not released.

    Absolutely right! After all, if somewhere a certain number of people “disappeared”, it means that somewhere they “arrived”! sad