Terrorist commanders in Syria are accusing each other of betrayal after sustaining heavy defeats in the battle with the Syrian Army troops in Southeastern Idlib, well-informed sources reported on Monday.
The sources reported that Former Head of Opposition Delegation in Astana on Syria Peace Talks Mohammad Aloush has accused Al-Nusra of betrayal and handing over positions in Idlib to the army one after another.
In the meantime, the Al-Nusra accused Aloush of leaving Al-Nusra fighters alone in battle against the army, the sources said, adding that eruption of bloody infighting among terrorists is likely as differences among terrorists are deteriorating.
Dissident-affiliated websites disclosed earlier today that the newly-appointed Chief Commander of Tahrir al-Sham Hayat and other notorious terrorist commanders in Northwestern Syria have held an emergency meeting to find a way to slow down government forces' advances in Idlib province.
The websites reported that Abu Mohammad al-Joulani, who was appointed as the Commander-in-chief of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at in October, and a number of senior commanders of Al-Nusra held a meeting to study recent military developments in Southeastern Idlib and Northeastern Hama.