The government of Jordan has announced that a group of 279 so-called “White Helmet” activists—militants aligned with Takfiri terrorists and the launching of fake gas attacks in Syria—have left for “resettlement in Western countries” three months after they were evacuated by Israel.
In July, the White Helmets, fleeing advancing Syrian government troops, slipped over the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights frontier and into Jordan with the help of Israeli soldiers and Western powers.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the time he had helped the evacuation at the request of US President Donald Trump and other Western leaders.
Jordan had accepted them after getting guarantees that their stay would be temporary and they would be given asylum in Canada, Germany and Britain.
The “White Helmets” posed as “humanitarian aid workers”—but always only supposedly worked where the ISIS-aligned militants were in control in Syria, and also always fled as soon as those territories were occupied by the Syrian government, suddenly abandoning their alleged “humanitarian” work.
The “White Helmets” most famously staged the alleged “chemical attack” in the town of Douma in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta in April, a stunt which was filmed and used worldwide as “proof” of the Syrian government’s “war crimes”—until an international inspection team concluded that there had been no chemical attack at all.
The “White Helmets” who fled to Jordan were transported by the Israeli army in July this year. The Jordanian government, which has consistently refused to accept Syrian “refugees” in recent years, said an exception was made in this case as the United Kingdom, Canada and Germany agreed to take the White Helmets and their families.