Terrorists Preparing to Evacuate Southern Damascus
Preparations are underway in the neighborhood of al-Hajar al-Aswad and some parts in the al-Yarmouk camp in the Southern parts of Damascus to evacuate the ISIL terrorists from the region in the next few hours as buses were brought to the region.
The militants began to remove the road barricades and berms and open the roads between the al-Hajar al-Aswad and al-Qadam and Sabinah regions two days ago.
Some militants intend to move to al-Raqqa Northeast of Syria, while a majority have demanded relocation to Mare’ city in the Northern countryside of Aleppo.
Yarmouk is a camp for Palestinian refugees in the Southern parts of Damascus. The camp has been the scene of clashes among various terrorist groups and also crossfire between the militants and government troops for the last three years.
Ceasefire treaties to launch evacuation and relocation plans have started across Syria during the last month.
In early December, militants began evacuating Homs city in Central Syria under a deal signed with the government in late November, known as the Al-Wa’ar Agreement.
Large convoys of retreating rebels left Homs City for Idlib in Northwestern Syria.
Al-Wa’ar was the only remaining base of the militants in the city of Homs.