Former Al-Nusra Commander Terrorist Asks Tahrir Al-Sham Leader to Commit Suicide Following Defeats in Hama
“Were I al-Joulani I would surely commit suicide in a religious way after the military collapse of Tahrir al-Sham Hay’at’s forces” in the battle against the Syrian army in Northern Hama, Saleh al-Homawi wrote in his tweeter.
“Al-Nusra prevents other (terrorist) groups from participation in the battles (with the Syrian army), and then retreats in a dramatic manner,” he added.
Military analysts said that disagreement among terrorists and their commander has intensified after their repeated and rapid defeats of the terrorists in Northern Hama.
“Only when you renew allegiance we will agree your back up,” the commanders of Tahrir al-Sham had told Ahrar al-Sham commanders who had offered to dispatch their forces to Northern Hama battlefield to take part in clashes with the army.
Reports said that 10,000 terrorists participated in Northern Hama’s battle, adding that several thousands of them have thus far been killed in the clashes with the Syrian soldiers.
The army has also liberated large regions in Northern Hama in the last two months.
Relevant reports said on Sunday that the army troops prevailed over the defense lines of Al-Nusra Front in the town of Halfaya and imposed full control over the town, which once was the largest bastion of the terrorist group in Northern Hama.
The army soldiers continued their advances against Al-Nusra and after hours of non-stop tough battle recaptured the town of Halfaya.
The army forces had previously retaken control of the regions of Hajez al-Kafr, Jubb Abu Ma’arouf and al-Wibdeh.
Al-Nusra suffered heavy casualties and its military hardware sustained major damage in the operation.