Russian Forces Kill 7 Members Of ‘White Helmets’

Russian forces kill White Helmets
Seven members of the al-Qaeda affiliated group known as the ‘White Helmets’ were found dead in Syria, after Russian forces raided their headquarters in the town of Sarmin, in the Syrian city of Idlib.

According to local sources, armed military attacked the Civil Defence Center on Saturday, killing seven White Helmets members and stealing vital equipment belonging to the terrorist group.
Fort-russ.com reports: Social network activists have already started to share footage of the incident, showing dead bodies and the white-coloured helmets being covered with blood.
The pictures indicate the White Helmets agents were killed by a pistol with a silencer.
The town of Sarmin is completely under control of Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham terrorists ever since the terrorist group Jund Al Aqsa that used to control the town, has gone to shreds, a large part of which then joined the ranks of Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham, while the rest of its members have gone to join ISIS.
The White Helmets organisation is notorious not only for its apparent ties to the western intelligence services, but also for supporting and maintaining ties with the terrorist groups, Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham including.
Already months ago, Vanessa Beeley, a British independent investigative journalist exposed the White Helmets as a group which is far from being a humanitarian one, noting its ties to the western intelligence services, as well as being supportive of the armed terrorist groups operating in Syria.
She provided video and pictorial evidence of how members of the White Helmets collaborate with the terrorists by offering them medical aid and even actively participate in the killings of Syrian civilians and soldiers.
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