BREAKING: ISIS to be kicked out from Damascus in new deal with government
Less than 24 hours since the beginning of the military campaign in southern Damascus suburbs, local source confirmed to Muraselon that the militant groups have accepted the terms of surrender.
According to SANA, the jihadist groups that dominated Al-Hajar Al-Aswad neighborhood, have surrendered to the government forces, as they demanded the total cease-fire with the Syrian Army.
The agreement stated that all the militant groups have to move out from Damascus, with having statuses settled to whomever wants to stay.
The state-run agency also cited that a number of militants will move to the eastern Badiyah (most probably Deir Ezzor countryside), meanwhile, some groups selected Idlib province as final destination.
Moreover, the agreement also includes the rebel groups stationed in Beit Sahm, Yalda and Babila either to exit their areas or having their situations settled with government.