By BI: Syrian Security Forces inside the provincial capital of the Dara’a Governorate were surprised by the huge line of 450 anti-Assad militants from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) that were preparing to surrender themselves to the state government in exchange for an amnesty hearing offered by a civilian tribunal. Also, another 250 people wanted by the Syrian government authority have surrendered.
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Almasdar News According to a military source inside Dara’a City, over 450 militants from the Free Syrian Army and another 250 people wanted by governmental authority have turned themselves into the Syrian Security Forces after an activist from the rebel group delivered a message, which specifically stated their intentions to surrender to the state government if they would be offered an amnesty hearing in exchange.
The Syrian Security Forces complied with the request and on Friday; this led to the Free Syrian Army militants pouring into a checkpoint to deliver their weapons the checkpoint guards in order to turn themselves in per the agreement.
Meanwhile, in eastern Dara’a, the Syrian Air Force struck the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra” and their allies from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) at the ancient city of Busra Al-Sham, killing a number of enemy combatants, including the emir (leader) of Jabhat Al-Nusra that was entrenched with his fighters near the Al-Sweida border.
VIDEO: Footage allegedly shows the surrender of rebels to Assad’s Syrian Army troops in the city of Daraa, southern Syria:
Free Syrian Army militants surrender their weapons to Syrian Security Forces: