Syria: Faylaq al-Rahman reportedly releases eight Syrian soldiers in E. Ghouta

Syrian Soldier (Arabic) :"From Adra Industrial City.» Journalist (Arabic) :"Under what charge? How long have you been kidnapped?» Syrian Soldier (Arabic) :"Four and half years.» Journalist (Arabic): «How long?» Syrian Soldier (Arabic) :"For four and half years.» Journalist (Arabic) :"Hi sir, nice to see you. Tell me who kidnapped you and how do you feel, and who liberated you, and how... Еще were you been treated?» Syrian Soldier (Arabic) :"The Syrian Arab army liberated us. The strength of the Syrian Arab army, its favor and will. I was (kidnapped) for a year and two months, I did nothing wrong at all.» Jobar's main rebel group Faylaq al-Rahman reportedly released eight Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers in Harasta of eastern Ghouta on Saturday. Syrian state news agencies write that the move happened after the district was recaptured by the Syrian army. The release came as part of the deal between the Syrian army and the rebel group. According to unverified reports, Faylaq al-Rahmen was asked to release all their prisoners before they could head to northern Syria, transported by the Syrian army.

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