In Aleppo, Syria, militants are moving EN masse to the side of the government army. Many admit that the war on the side of the terrorists they had not on their own.
Ahmet for the first time in 4 years sees the neighborhoods of his native Aleppo. In the bus he rides through the streets on which he used to go to College. Crippled fighters a resident of Aleppo told how he got them: "every day they took more neighborhoods East of the city. One night came on our street. Tortured all who could bear arms, but refused to do so. I slashed face. Forced to stand by their checkpoint."
Officer of the Russian Centre for reconciliation the warring parties in Syria spoke to the militants, who have accepted the offer to lay down arms, "You are forgiven by the power and authority from you, waiting for you to justify such high confidence."
Each amnestied former militant was thoroughly tested. The Syrian security services have revealed that the killings and other serious crimes they are not involved. Together with ex-militants at the meeting and their relatives. Leaflets guarantee a pardoned freedom. The process is unlikely to stop. Every day, dozens of people lay down their arms and tested by special services. Amnesty for those who voluntarily decided to lay down arms, continues to operate.
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