Thousands of Takfiri Terrorists Lay Down Arms in Syria

For the last 24 hours alone over 180 wanted militants turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities in Dara’a.

The Syrian government has implemented an armistice program to lure the rebels and Takfiri terrorists back into civilian lives, as military efforts alone cannot guarantee the end of terrorism everywhere.

“In total, including Homs and its western suburb, we are talking about 10,000 people who have laid down arms over the past two years,” said Haidar, Syrian Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs.

Accepting rebels back into any society does require psychological reorientation and livelihood programs to make it more effective which the reconciliation and armistice programs are addressing.

These former rebels are now seeing the full picture of what the CIA ISIS rebellion is really all about, and may have come to the final conclusion that “dictator Assad” is the lesser evil.

The lure of illegal oil money from the other side served as the prime motivation for these rebels to join ISIS and, as all of us know already, that has also been taken care of by the Russians since September 30th which is now decapitating financially the ISIS leaderships including Erdogan’s oil smuggling enterprise.

Putin just recently sent a 60-strong Marines Team into Hom’s province to “advise” Syrian army’s 67th Brigade of the 18th Tank Division and the National Defense Forces (NDF). If all goes well with the Russian-led coalition, Islamic State would be totally eradicated from Syria by the first quarter of next year.

Growing Number of Militants Surrender to Syrian Authorities in Dara’a Province

Sun Dec 06, 2015 6:39

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 180 wanted militants turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities in Dara’a on Sunday as the army is tightening grip on the terrorist groups across the country.

The sources said that the recent victories of the Syrian army and National Defense Forces (NDF), with the backup of the Russia fighter jets, have caused a growing number of Takfiri terrorists to lay down their arms in Dara’a province in the hope that they will be pardoned by the government.

Earlier today, the Syrian government announced that it has released tens of militants who had been jailed for armed struggle against the Damascus government.

President Bashar Assad’s government freed 270 militants within the framework of the country’s reconciliation plan, the Arabic service of Russia Today television channel said.

The development came after President Bashar al-Assad in a televised address in July pardoned all soldiers who have fled the army, saying that his words served as a general decree to relevant officials.

A growing number of militants are giving up fight against the Damascus government as the Syrian army is advancing in multiple front across the country.

On Saturday, some 200 wanted militants from Zabadani region and Madaya in Damascus province turned themselves in to the authorities.

“The Syrian government has vowed to pardon all those who lay down arms voluntarily and it has remained loyal to its pledge so far, and this has encouraged us to give up fight, specially considering that the government troops, National Defense Forces and Hezbollah who also enjoy the air backup of the Syrian and Russian air forces has gained momentum in its battlefield victories,” one of those who surrendered in Damascus said.

Until last year, most surrendering cases happened in Homs and Damascus provinces, but now a growing number of militants lay down arms across the country.

In October, some 558 wanted militants surrendered to the Syrian authorities as the army troops, backed by Russian air support, had gained a faster momentum in their match on terrorist-held regions.

On Oct 28, 49 wanted persons from Damascus, Damascus Countryside, Quneitra, and Hama also surrendered.

Late in November, sources said some 159 wanted militants had turned themselves in to the authorities as the army continued to purge almost the entire coastal province of Lattakia of terrorist groups.

The sources said that the recent victories of the Syrian army and National Defense Forces, with the backup of the Russia fighter jets, have caused too many Takfiri terrorists to lay down their guns and apply for government pardoning in Lattakia province.

On Nov 1, at least 184 terrorists have laid down arms and surrendered to the Syrian authorities in Damascus, Aleppo and Deir Ezzur provinces, local sources said.

Following the Syrian-Russian joint operations, thousands of Takfiri terrorists have also fled Syria to Jordan, Turkey and Europe.

On Nov 11, some 69 wanted militants turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities in the Northern Province of Aleppo as the army defeated the ISIL terrorists who had laid siege on Kuweires Airbase for 2.5 years and still continues to gain more territories in the province.

Some 119 wanted terrorists from Homs province surrendered to the government as the terrorist groups are retreating from several areas across the country.

60 others from the provinces of Damascus, Quneitra and Homs also laid down arms and turned themselves in to the Syrian authorities on Nov 7.

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940915001373

1200 Terrorists Surrender in Qalamoun As Syrian Army Advances in Daraa, Quneitra

2015-08-15 13:00:23

Syrian Forces Advancing against Militants near Lattakia Border with Turkey

Units of the army and armed forces on Saturday continued to launch wide-scale military operations against dens and positions of the Takfiri terrorist organizations across the country, killing scores of them and destroying their arms and ammunition, state-run SANA news agency reported.

In Daraa, units of the army and armed forces  destroyed the supply routes and dens of al-Nusra Front terrorist organization and of the so-called “Jaish al-Yarmouk” in the southern Daraa province.

A military source told SANA that units of the army carried out operations against terrorists’ dens on the southwestern outskirts of Daraa City, killing a large number of terrorists from al-Nusra Front and other Takfiri organizations, adding that among the terrorists killed was Hasan Mansour al-Saleh who is the leader of the so-called “Horan Martyrs Brigade”

In Daraa al-Balad neighborhood, an army unit carried out special operations morning against hotbeds and dens of the Takfiri terrorists in the surroundings of Zenobia School and the building of the Doctors Syndicate, and in the neighborhoods of al-Nazihin, al-Sibieh, and al-Hammadin.

Two armored vehicles were destroyed in the operations and a number of terrorists were killed including terrorist Mifleh al-Kinani who is the leader of one of the Takfiri organizations in the area.

An army unit also destroyed a den of the Takfiri organizations to the east of al-Sikak buildings in Ataman town, killing a number of their members and destroying a machinegun and an amount of varied arms.

Heavy losses were also inflicted upon the Takfiri terrorist organizations in the personnel and the ammunition in operations carried out by units of the army against their dens in Tal al-Harra, Enkhil, Jasem and Kafr Shams.

Meanwhile, the terrorist organizations admitted on their pages on the social networking websites that tens of their members were killed including terrorist Hasan Mansour al-Saleh who is the leader of the so-called “Horan Martyrs Brigade” and Mohammad Nidal al-Shummari who is the leader of the so-called “Jaish al-Yarmouk.”

In Homs, the army air force destroyed vehicles and positions of terrorists of the so-called ‘Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL) takfiri group in the surroundings of al-Maqale’a in Palmyra Countryside.

In Lattakia, a unit of the army and the armed forces kills scores of terrorists, one of them of Saudi nationality in al-Hilweh town in the northern countryside of the coastal Lattakia province.

In the Southwestern province of Quneitra, military sources said that militants have retreated from several battlefields following the Syrian Army’s offensives in various parts of the province on Friday.

The sources said that the army troops’ operations in al-Tuloul al-Homr, Trinjeh and Abo Shabta have resulted in the killing and wounding of several insurgents.

Earlier this month, the Syrian government forces targeted Takfiri militants’ hideouts and assembly points in al- Hamehiyeh and al-Samadaniyeh al-Gharbiyeh villages in the countryside of Quneitra, and killed a large group of terrorists, and destroyed all their weapons and ammunition.

Earlier on Thursday, over 1,200 terrorists laid down arms and surrendered to the Syrian authorities, the Syrian local sources also confirmed.

The militants also turned over their cache of ammos to the authorities, both sources added.

The development came after President Bashar al-Assad in a televised address in July pardoned all soldiers who have fled the army, saying that his words served as a general decree to relevant officials.

Hundreds of gunmen have been laying down their weapons and turning themselves in to authorities in areas across the country.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/wapadetails.php?eid=226257

Over 10,000 Syrians Lay Down Arms in Two Years

Tue Oct 20, 2015 4:10

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 10,000 Syrian people have given up their weapons over a two-year period as part of the government’s armistice program, the Syrian minister of reconciliation said on Tuesday.

“In total, including Homs and its Western suburb, we are talking about 10,000 people who have laid down arms over the past two years,” Ali Haidar said, RIA Novosti reported.

Up to 6,000 former fighters have returned to civilian life in the Damascus suburb in the past six months, according to Haidar.

He named Homs, the third-largest city in Syria, as the most striking example of a successful local ceasefire, where 1,500 former militants gave up their weapons in 2013. Two weeks ago, 700 militants were said to have laid down their arms in the village of Daraa in Southwest Syria.

The government offers Syrian citizens to lay down arms and go through a rehabilitation process to return to normal life as part of the national reconciliation program.

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940728001080

10,000 militants lay down arms in Syria’

Tue Oct 20, 2015 2:56PM

Syrian Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs Ali Haidar (AFP Photo)

A Syrian government program for armistice has proven to be successful as thousands of people have reportedly given up their weapons over a two-year period, officials say.

Syrian Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs Ali Haidar said on Tuesday that over 10,000 people, including many former militants in the third-largest city of Homs, have laid down their arms in response to a government plea for giving up hostilities and returning to a civilian life.

“In total, including Homs and its western suburb, we are talking about 10,000 people who have laid down arms over the past two years,” said Haidar, adding that the number continues to rise citing reports suggesting that hundreds in a village in southwest Syria have also accepted to put down their weapons.

In the process devised by the Syrian government, citizens that have been involved in the four-and-a-half year militancy in the Arab country could become part of a rehabilitation program by laying down their arms so that the government guarantees them a return to normal life.

Haidar said Homs in western Syria has been the most striking example of a successful local ceasefire, where 1,500 former militants gave up their weapons in 2013.

Syrian forces have made significant gains against the Takfiri terrorists across the country in recent weeks. Airstrikes by the Russian military have also contributed to the achievements by the Syrian army. Militants across Syria have been forced to either retreat from their positions or give up fighting against the government forces.

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/10/20/434229/Syria-armistice-weapons-Homs-Ali-Haidar

Russian Marines Deploy to East Homs Amid Syrian Army’s Operations near Palmyra

Sun Dec 06, 2015 12:43

Russian Marines Deploy to East Homs Amid Syrian Army’s Operations near Palmyra

TEHRAN (FNA)- A unit of more than 60 Russian Marines arrived in the Homs province’s Eastern part in order to advise and overlook the Syrian Army’s counter-offensive against the ISIL terrorists in Western side of the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmur).

Prior to the arrival of the Russian Marines in Eastern Homs, the ISIL was on the offensive at the strategic villages of Al-Bayarat and Al-Dawa; however, the situation changed after the terrorist group failed to bypass the Syrian army’s defense lines, an army source said.

After the arrival of the Russian military advisors, the Syrian army’s 67th Brigade of the 18th Tank Division and the National Defense Forces (NDF) of Homs city, under the command of the Russian Marine advisors, launched a counter-offensive at al-Bayarat, seizing the lost territory from the ISIL terrorists in the village’s Eastern part.

The pro-government forces, including the army, the NDF, the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Syrian and Russian Air Forces, have been coordinating in recent weeks for a large-scale operation to end the ISIL control over Palmyra.

On Saturday, fierce fighting resumed between the Syrian army troops and ISIL terrorists West of Palmyra.

The Syrian troops engaged in heavy clashes with ISIL terrorists in al-Bayarat region West of Palmyra, inflicting heavy losses on them.

The news also said that the Syrian warplanes intensified their airstrikes on ISIL strongholds in several regions across the province of Homs on Saturday.

The Syrian air raids hit ISIL positions in the high-profile Quaryatayn city and al-Shindakhiyeh al-Janoubiyeh village in Homs province.

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940915000410

2 thoughts on “Thousands of Takfiri Terrorists Lay Down Arms in Syria”

  1. it is best to use them as a front against Turkish infiltrators and American stealth invasions, because if they have the weapons and the technology it will be added to the experience that they already have.

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