Terrorist groups have captured tens of peace activists in Hama province as their comrades in Northern Syria are deeply concern about losing their regions to the Syrian Army under a possible reconciliation plan, local sources reported on Monday.
The sources said that terrorists of the National Liberation Front captured over fifty pro-peace activists accusing them of links to Damascus government.
The sources further said that the National Liberation Front has dispatched a large number of gunmen to Western and Eastern Hama and kept them on alert as their comrades in Idlib are concerned over the endorsement of a peace plan in their regions.
The Front, meantime, has set up more checkpoints in al-Ghaab Plain and Shahshabou in Western Hama.
Turkey has recently ordered a number of terrorist groups to merge and form the National Liberation Front in Northern Syria.
On Sunday, the army's artillery and missile units shelled heavily the positions and movements of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (the Levant Liberation Board or the Al-Nusra Front) and other terrorist groups in Zeizoun, al-Ziyara, al-Zakat, al-Araba'ein, al-Janabarah and Kafr Zita in Northern Hama, destroying several bases and supplying lines.
A large number of terrorists, including field commander Tisir al-Eisi, were killed and tens of others were wounded in the army fire.