According to reports about the foreign-backed militants and jihadists fighting in Syria against the secular government in the capital Damascus, a group of religious fanatics have killed a commander in the ranks of the so-called “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and this confirms the increase of the infighting among the groups and Al Qaeda-linked “brigades” of the jihadists and terrorists in Syria.
The killing of this senior commander in the ranks of the dangerous and foreign-backed “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) by a group of Takfiri terrorists was confirmed by a so-called spokesman of the FSA, Qassem Saadeddine, on Thursday.
The “spokesman” of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) said that militants killed the senior commander Kamal Hamami, who is also known under the name Abu Bassel al-Ladkani. The killed terrorist Abu Bassel al-Ladkani (Kamal Hamami) met with the group of jihadists before these religious fanatics killed him.
Actually, Abu Bassel al-Ladkani wanted to discuss some battle plans for the Syrian city of Latakia (Lattakia) with the group of jihadists but it seems the jihadists were not happy about the ideas of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA).
The so-called spokesman of the terrorist group “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), Qassem Saadeddine, also said in his statement about the dead member of these terrorist union, that the jihadists and Al Qaeda-linked groups have also threaten to kill all the senior commanders of the FSA.
This just confirms that the infighting and rivalries about who is able to gain the most benefits from the actions of terrorism and bloodshed in Syria of these highly-divided terrorist groups in Syria.
The killing of a senior commander of the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) terrorist group in Syria was not the first victim of infighting between all these foreign-backed terrorists and jihadists within Syrian borders.
Western governments and organisations as well and their regional allies including the regime in Israel, the proxy king of Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are partners in supporting the religious fanatics and militants in Syria.