Fake Syrian Opposition Group “White Helmets” Evacuated to Israel

Diversity Macht Frei
July 22, 2018

Conspiracy theories that the “White Helmets” were a fake Syrian opposition group controlled by outside forces have been lent credibility by the group’s evacuation to Israel.

Israel has evacuated some 800 members of the controversial Western-backed White Helmets from Syria to Jordan to be resettled later in the UK, Canada, and Germany, according to statements from Tel Aviv and Amman.

Emmanuel Nahshon, a Foreign Ministry spokesman, had confirmed on Twitter that “Israel has completed a humanitarian effort to rescue members of a Syrian civil organization (“the White Helmets”) and [their] families.” He chose not to disclose further details, adding only that the evacuees have been brought “to a neighboring country.”


The White Helmets were funded by the US government and promoted by an outfit called The Syrian Campaign, which emerged from an organisation called Purpose, founded by the Jew Jeremy Heimans.

On June 16, 2014, Purpose founder Jeremy Heimans drafted articles of association for The Syria Campaign’s parent company. Called the Voices Project, Heimans registered the company at 3 Bull Lane, St. Ives Cambridgeshire, England. It was one of 91 private limited companies listed at the address. Sadri would not explain why The Syria Campaign had chosen this location or why it was registered as a private company.


Heimans, through his companies Avaaz and Purpose, specialises in creating seemingly spontaneous mass popular mobilisations in pursuit of cherished left-wing Establishment causes. He once made an interesting admission about himself on Twitter.

The Syria Campaign, with the White Helmets as their pliant propaganda tool, have agitated for the removal of Assad – exactly the course favoured by Israel – throughout the recent conflict. It is therefore appropriate that they should now be evacuated to Israel.

The White Helmets’ slogan was also fitting: “To save one life is to save all of humanity”. This phrase is a variant of one found in the Koran, but also the Jewish Talmud. The Muslims took it from the Jews, or rather were given it by the Jews, just as this fake Muslim group was managed by Jews for Jewish purposes.