Syrian Gov't Pardons over 40,000 Ex-Militants: ずくなしの冷や水

2019年03月15日

Syrian Gov't Pardons over 40,000 Ex-Militants

FARSNEWS2019/3/14
Syrian Gov't Pardons over 40,000 Ex-Militants
TEHRAN (FNA)- Thousands of ex-militants that had laid down their arms and called for government's amnesty were pardoned by authorities in different provinces of the country.

The Arabic-language website of RT quoted the head of Syria's peace committee Yana Khadour as saying on Thursday that nearly 40,000 ex-militants, who had laid down arms and surrendered to the army forces, have received amnesty.

It added that over 6,000 women who had earlier been stationed in regions controlled by the terrorists have also been pardoned.

According to the report, nearly 600 people outside Syria have also demanded the government's amnesty.

In a relevant development last month, over 3,500 people in the Southern province of Dara'a changed sides and joined the Syrian army.

The Arabic-language service of Sputnik news agency reported that thousands of militants in the town of Ankhal in Dara'a province have surrendered to the Syrian government in the past few days in line with implementation of the peace plan in the country.

A military source recently said that over 3,500 people in the towns of Ankhal and Nowa as well as the nearby villages in Dara'a province had joined the Syrian army.

Thousands of displaced civilians have returned to their homes in Dara'a after the province was liberated from the terrorists by the Syrian army.

Thousands of internally displaced civilians were given the green light by the Syrian military in the past few months to return to their homes and hundreds of militants have surrendered their weapons to the army and were pardoned by the government.
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