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Syrian Army Releases Five Kidnapped Soldiers in Exchange with Terrorists

Syrian Arab Army releases 5 kidnapped soldiers from al qaeda تحرير جنود سوريين مختطفين من القاعدة

The Syrian Arab Army completed an exchange operation to secure the release of five soldiers who were kidnapped by the Turkish-sponsored Al Qaeda terrorists in northern Syria, the freed soldiers were exchanged with five Al Qaeda terrorists.

Russian military police helped achieve the exchange by negotiating with the Turkish army commanders the release of the kidnapped soldiers, the Turkish army works in close affiliation with terrorists of Al Qaeda, ISIS, and their affiliated terrorist groups across northern Syria. The Syrian Arab Red Crescent also observed the exchange operation.

The released soldiers were immediately medically examined and treated by a medical team upon arriving at the Abu Zindin crossing to the south of the city of Al Bab in the northeastern Aleppo countryside.

This is the fourth exchange in a year to release soldiers and civilians kidnapped by Al Qaeda terrorists who work for the regime of NATO’s second-strongest leader, the Turkish madman Erdogan in northern Syria. Previous exchanges took place in May, July, and December 2021 securing the release of dozens of civilians and soldiers.

Freeing soldiers and civilians from captivity is much more valuable and humane than punishing the terrorists with imprisonment or even receiving the capital punishments they deserve.


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