HOMS: TERRORISTS ABOUT TO SURRENDER IN AL-WA’ER

HOMS:

 

Al-Wa’er: The cold winter has finally awakened the terrorists cringing in the western suburb of Homs City.  Without fuel for heat, the NATO-supported criminals were feeling the heat from the 100,000+ citizens they were holding hostage.  With no hope of receiving reinforcements or resupply, they have been negotiating for biscuits during the last 4 months, as we have been reporting.  But, the circumstances have changed. As the winter has proven to be more severe than expected, Mayor Barazi has announced a significant breakthrough.  The agreement appears to involved the following terms:

1.  All terrorists will surrender their weapons to the security services: General Security Directorate, Political Security Directorate or local police and militia;

2.  The terrorists will release all their prisoners and hostages to the Syrian Red Crescent or security services;

3.  Terrorists who are Syrian have been vetted and 70% of what is already a low number will be granted access to the Amnesty Program;  The rest who are wanted have agreed to surrender themselves in exchange for prison sentences which are predetermined;

4.  Those who are granted amnesty, will be eligible to join the PDC to fight the foreign terrorists like ISIS and Nusra;

5.  All foreign terrorists who surrender shall be granted safe passage out of Syria but not into Turkey, Jordan or the Zionist Ghetto State.  They will be taken to Tartous for shipping out to their home countries or taken to Damascus for a flight out;

6.  The Syrian government will, in turn, release most prisoners taken from Al-Wa’er except the foreigners;

7.  Any terrorist who continues to fight or fails to lay down arms will be arrested or killed as the conditions demand.

The agreement is not final, but, it is approaching final status.  The president has to approve of the concluding terms.

 

Al-Wa’er:  Block 7 , Raakaan Heights, Al-Khuraab Avenue, the SAA has advanced noticeably in this area.

 

Al-Hilaaliyya Farms:  18kms northwest of the city, a pickup with 23mm cannon was disabled by SAA fire with 8 terrorists killed.  All belonged to Nusra.

 

Umm Sharshooh:  A largely Christian town depopulated by the terrorists.  At the Al-Badw Quarter, the SAA and PDC destroyed a car carrying terrorists killing 3 and wounding 1.  The SAA discovered that the murdering criminals vandalized and desecrated a church.

 

Ayn Hussayn Village:  An attempted infiltration to ‘Ayn Al-Danaaneer failed.  No details.

 

Fighting reported here: Al-Ghajar, Umm Sahreej, East Salaam

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If I were one of these ISIS Clown , I would take the Deal although I wish to see most of them dead.
In fact point 5 is a great way to make sure that foreigner who have no choice but to fight can leave for good to their country without a bullet in their head.

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How many rebels remain in al Waer until now???

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Paris attack lends publicity to book about an Islamified France http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international/world-news/paris-attack-lends-publicity-to-book-about-an-islamified-france/articleshow/45801182.cms Paris: A new book imagining a future France coming under Islamic rule hit French bookshops on Wednesday — the same day as the deadly attack on a satirical newspaper in Paris by what appeared to be Muslim jihadists. Although there was no indication the deadly assault by the gunmen was linked to the novel, ” Soumission” (“Submission”) by France’s top author Michel Houellebecq, the violence was likely to give notoriety to the book and push sales up even further. The fact that the targeted weekly newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, focused… Read more »

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Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad.(Reuters / SANA) Terrorism is being exported to the Middle East from Europe, especially from France, said Syria’s President Bashar Assad in an interview to French media. He also criticized Western states for politically supporting terrorists in the region. In the ongoing civil war in Syria government forces have been fighting terrorists since the very beginning of the conflict in its third year, said Assad in an interview with Paris Match news magazine given in late November and published on Wednesday. Terrorism is an ideology which twenty years ago was exported to the West from Sunni Gulf… Read more »

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Damascus witnesses winter’s first snowfall in 2015

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/photo/2015-01/08/c_133905666.htm

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Differences remain between U.S., Turkey on training [mercenary killers] “Syrian opposition” http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/europe/europe/2015-01/08/c_133905943.htm ANKARA, Jan. 8 (Xinhua) — Turkey and the Unites States continue to work out their differences on training and equipping “moderate Syrian opposition” forces despite recent reports that an agreement has already been hammered out between the two allies. “I do not think we are quite there yet considering the political differences over the final goal of such a program and what would happen to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad in the end,” political analyst Idris Gursoy told Xinhua in the Turkish capital of Ankara. Turkey insists the ultimate… Read more »

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Lets hope this news is true.

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Thanks Ziad, I hope more and more of these kinds of deals start happening all over Syria. Any slowing down of destruction is a win for Syria. On another matter in the previous post I said that I don’t think that “Takfiris and Wahhabis are Muslims” Someone replied to me that they are Muslims. The Logic was that a rotten apple is still an apple!! In reply to that I say maybe chemically or by DNA a rotten apple is an apple. But in practice a rotten apple is not an apple. Do you cook rotten apples? Do you keep… Read more »

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Excellent news from Al-Wa’er, Congratulations Syria.

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Top Qatari editor urges Muslims ‘not to apologize’ for Paris shooting

http://english.alarabiya.net/en/media/digital/2015/01/07/Top-Qatari-editor-urges-Muslims-not-to-apologize-for-Paris-shooting.html

The editor-in-chief of a major Qatari newspaper has stirred controversy on Twitter after urging Muslims “not to apologize” for the killing of journalists in Paris, claiming that “France was looking for an excuse to intervene in Libya.”

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cui bono. always consider who benefits from an action. usually they are the perpetrators. the world now knows what a false flag is. how many false flags has there been in the past that we did not question. history is a huge lie

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Ziad, that would be an incredible deal for Syria, much better than Homs one, positive vibes so it is successful. A lot of soldiers would be freed to advance and clean northern Homs.

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“5. All foreign terrorists who surrender shall be granted safe passage out of Syria but not into Turkey, Jordan or the Zionist Ghetto State. They will be taken to Tartous for shipping out to their home countries or taken to Damascus for a flight out;”

Russian ships could dump their bilges at sea (so to speak) and no one will ever know.

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Re the link to Xinhua – this should be fine now – its been stable for in excess of a year – prior to that there were a lot of fake xinhua sites about – these have now been removed

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May the defenders at Al-Zahraa and Nubbol prevail over the misled hordes. I take my hat off to these men and women, standing there, day after day, month and month, for years; defending their homes, families and communities. SaaF also deserves huge credit here. Like defenders of Aleppo prison, they are surrounded; but their brotherin are close. Only 10 to 15 kilometers. Hopefully they will do what ever is possible to alleviate pressure.

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such kind of news is indeed wonderful,hope this momentum sticks in every other rodent infested city so long as there supply lines are cut,,hope there boat sinks