BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:15 A.M.) – Hundreds of displaced Syrians have started their journey home towards Aleppo and its surrounding countryside.

Footage filmed on Monday shows some of these returnees passing through the Abu al-Dhuhour corridor, to the southeast of the Idlib countryside.

Where some traveled by car, crammed into vehicles tightly packed with possessions and supplies, others walked through the corridor on foot.

One man making the journey called on the people of Idlib to return home, adding that he hoped for “reconciliation which will save the blood of all parties.”

 

Video credit: Ruptly

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Long Live Syria
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Long Live Syria

I pity these people and feel so sad when they return back to their city and find it in complete ruins as almost all buildings and all houses, roads almost everything is destroyed. Where will these people live & Sleep? What will they eat? What about their safety? What work will they have? Many of the buildings have rotting corpses which have not been disposed off as many have been buried under the rubble. One never knows if these are of Jihadis or civilians. What will the little children do? They don’t have a school, no park, no safe place… Read more »

You can call me AL
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You can call me AL

What I found strange is that they are heading to Idlib and Aleppo + surrounding areas…. Idlib especially is a terrorist nest.

But I am with your comment 100%.

windywindow
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US ISIS will react strongly if facing total defeat. I smell false flag chemical attack.