Former Al-Nusra Commander Asks Tahrir Al-Sham Leader to Commit Suicide Following Defeats in Hama

A former commander of the Al-Nusra Front also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board has asked top Commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board) Abu Mohammad Joulani to kill himself due to his weak management and following the recent defeats of his forces in the battle with the Syrian Army in Hama.

Al-Nusra under the leadership of Abu Mohammad Joulani has suffered defeat after defeat from the Syrian army in Northern Hama, former commander, Saleh al-Homawi wrote in his tweeter.

Al-Nusra in the past recent weeks has encountered heavy shelling from the Syrian army and has been asking for back up from other terror units.

Military reports indicate that about 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.

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