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Volunteers of the White Helmets civil defense organization have a double life: they are ‘volunteers’ by day and terrorists by night.

A worker of a social canteen (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)

Photos, published online, reveal ‘the second life’ of volunteers of the White Helmets civil defense organization that operates throughout the Syrian territory, controlled by the ‘moderate’ opposition.

According to the photos, the volunteers spend one part of their lives, providing assistance to civilian population, and then transform into members of terrorist groups  and shoot at the same civilians.

The White Helmets, also known as the Syrian Civil Defense (SCD), was founded in early 2013 by British security consultant James Le Mesurier. The organization is supported by Mayday Rescue, a foundation, registered in the Netherlands. The SCD was created as “a response to indiscriminate bombardment of civilian communities in rebel-held areas by the Syrian Arab Air Force.” However, according to an official statement, the mission of the White Helmets is “to save the greatest number of lives in the shortest possible time and to minimize further injury to people and damage to property.”

Now volunteers of the White Helmets operate in 114 local civil defense centers across 8 Syrian provinces with high presence of various militant groups: Aleppo, Homs, Idlib, Damascus Countryside, Hama, Latakia, and Daraa.

This man is a humanitarian worker of the White Helmets in one his life, and a soldier of jihad, who is ready to cut heads of ‘faithless’ – in another life (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)


Another volunteer of the White Helmets. Apparently, he earns more, throwing corpses of Syrian soldiers in garbage than just killing them (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)

Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene

Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene

Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene

This ‘hero’ of the humanitarian front likes to shoot at civilians with a machine gun during his breaks between the processes of ‘taking care about people’ (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)

A standard Syrian humanitarian volunteer, armed with a peaceful light anti-tank weapon (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)

Nevermind the black flag on the wall… Nothing to see there (Photo: twitter.com / Gjoene)