Al-Nusra Terrorists Accept Army Terms to Leave Southwestern Damascus
The Arabic-language al-Watan daily reported that the Al-Nusra has accepted the entire terms and conditions of the army for evacuating Southwestern Damascus in the next 48 hours and called on the army to halt military operations after the army captured al-Kanayat region North of Harfa and Tal (hill) Amer and advanced further towards Sariyeh Aziz and Rajm al-Qanas.
The daily further said that the first group of terrorists will leave the region today, adding that the remaining pockets of the terrorists who do not intend to leave Southwestern Damascus will receive government amnesty after surrendering their arms and applying for pardoning.
In the meantime, a source in the Reconciliation Committee said that based on the agreement the Al-Nusra militants and their family members are to leave the region for Idlib province in Northwestern Syria and the entire villages in Jabal al-Sheikh region will be delivered to the army and local security forcers.
Field sources, meantime, reported that a number of commanders of Al-Nusra have escaped the battlefield in Southwestern Damascus and moved towards the borders with Lebanon and Shab’aa and some of them moved towards Israeli monitoring posts in the occupied Golan Heights following the army advances in the region.
Social media activists said on Monday that a number of Al-Nusra members were killed in heavy fighting with the army men near the town of Beit Jinn and its Farm in Southwestern Damascus.
The sources added that the Al-Nusra’s notorious Commander Abu Sa’ad al-Maldivi from the Maldives was among the dead terrorists.