Negotiations to surrender east Aleppo under way | Al-Masdar

ISIS (al Nusra before the name change) is still being aided by the US, not by Obama necessarily just the CIA who seem to ignore him. With that in mind the US will be hoping to introduce the NFZ in order to prolong the war and Washington’s chances of getting their mitts on some of Syria’s oil and gas rich resources. Al zinki and al sham need to be obliterated with whatever resources Syria and Russia has and that includes killing any military not invited to the party. Time the US and UK pulled their “special forces” out. They are there illegally in contravention of UN Resolutions and have no mandate to even be present let alone aiding the terrorists.

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ALEPPO, SYRIA (4:10 P.M.) – Negotiations to surrender the rebel-held east Aleppo pocket have begun between the Syrian Arab Army’s High Command and Islamist groups, a local source told Al-Masdar News on Wednesday afternoon.

The two parties are currently negotiating the possible exit of all Islamist groups from east Aleppo, via the contested Bustan Al-Qasir District.

If the Islamist groups agree to the terms offered in today’s negotiations, the Syrian Armed Forces will be in full-control of some east Aleppo neighborhoods.

While the Syrian Armed Forces have found some rebel groups to negotiate with, large Islamist factions like Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki and Jabhat Fateh Al-Sham (formerly Al-Nusra Front) refuse to speak to the government and their Russian allies.

Negotiations to Surrender East Aleppo Under Way —

The High Command of the Syrian Arab Army and Islamist groups have started to hold negotiations to surrender the rebel-held eastern Aleppo pocket, the…

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