At least 110,000 Syrians who fled their country during the “civil war” have returned home from Jordan and surrounding states within the last six months, a fact which reveals that there is no need for any of them to continue claiming “asylum” in Europe.
According to a report in the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) the main body of returnees are entering through the Nassib-Jaber border crossing with Jordan.
“SANA’s reporter at the crossing said a number of families arrived through the crossing on Wednesday and headed to their homes in the areas liberated from terrorism,” the SANA report said.
The Syrian government has provided them with buses and trucks to transport them and their belongings to their areas after they register at the Immigration and Passports Department at the crossing, and they are also provided with food provisions, the report added.
Earlier, the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told journalists in Moscow that the “process of returning Syrian refugees to their places of permanent residence continues,” and that “since July 18, 2018, about 110 thousand people have returned to Syria.”
Zakharova said that the Syrian authorities are taking the necessary measures to protect the rights of returnees and ensure their safety, and in accordance with the decree issued by Syrian President Basheer Assad on October 9, 2018—which declared an amnesty for all those who fled the country rather than be drafted into the military, could now return without fear of prosecution.
This means that the most commonly-used “excuse” to gain “asylum” in Europe—that of being drafted into the Syrian army to fight the terrorists—has not been valid for at least the past two-and-a-half months.
The failure of Syrian “refugees” to return to Syria under these conditions reveals definitively that they never had any intention of “seeking asylum” as the race-denying liberal elite claims, but rather just sought to parasite off the white European welfare system.