DAMASCUS: We reported the terrorist evacuation of Al-Tal yesterday. It is now completely weapons-free and cleansed of all the Saudi-funded vermin. Scores of former rats asked for amnesty. Those who will be granted that status will be pardoned for all their crimes. Some will not be granted amnesty but will have to do some time in prison if their acts resulted in the death of any Syrian citizen. Medical doctors, some originally from Al-Tal, and some contracted by the government are pouring into the town to re-establish clinics, pharmacies and hospital for the citizens. Trucks loaded with goods are also a part of the action inside.
In Khaan Al-Shaykh which the terrorists also evacuated 2 days ago, the Syrian Army took under its control 22 armored vehicles including Toyota pickups with 23mm cannons, dozens of RPG launchers and rockets, 100s of sniper and automatic army rifles, boxes of TNT and some C-4. Also, the terrorists released 23 kidnapped citizens and soldiers and turned them over to the army for immediate medical evaluation. Similar deals have now been struck in Zaakiyya, Kanaakir, Al-Kiswa, Al-Husayniyya, Al-Tayyiba, Al-Muqaylabiyya, Maraana, Drooshaa Farms.
For the first time in 3 years, the eastern part of Aleppo is directly connected to the western part. Thousands of citizens are now flocking back to see what is left of their homes and businesses. It’s not a pretty sight, by any means. There are even Aleppans who moved to Latakia who are coming back. What they are finding besides the rubble is wholesale robbery by the leprous, deviant monsters who portray themselves as liberators.
The SAA has liberated most of Al-Hulwaaniyya at least 1 km deep into that district and almost all of Al-Jazamaati. The entire eastern half of Karm Al-Qaatirji has been cleansed with scores of Nusra rodents heading for the hills, abandoning their weapons and the carcasses of their litter-mates. Most importantly, Al-Baab Road is liberated for the most part providing even more security for the citizens of this long-infested city. Heavy fighting reported in Ma’saraaniyya with an undisclosed number of terrorist casualties.