Al-Nusra Front terrorists in Northern Hama are begging for help from comrades as they continue to be crushed by the Syrian army and popular forces, informed sources reported Tuesday.
According to the sources, the Nusra Front terrorist group in Northern Hama is on the verge of collapse after Syrian army and allied forces captured key towns and villages cutting off the militants from basic supplies.
The terrorist groups are accusing each other of treason while their leadership is calling on allied jihadist groups in other regions to assist them to slow down the devastating advances of the army soldiers.
A field source reported exchanges of the terrorists in Northern Hama display that the militants now acknowledge defeat, adding that terrorist groups are accusing each other of inaction and believe that only six from a hundred groups have engaged in battle with the army.
The source further added that the bugged exchanges also show that the terrorist groups in Northern Hama have called on their allies to open a new front in other regions to decrease the pressure of the army attacks on them.
Well-informed sources said earlier today that the army troops are getting ready to kick off a fresh round of operation in Northern Hama to drive the Al-Nusra Front (also known as Fatah al-Sham Front or the Levant Liberation Board) out of one of its main strongholds in Northern Hama.
Al-Nusra Front is the official Al-Qaeda branch in Syria.