The Israeli military, in a “humanitarian gesture”, recently evacuated the White Helmets, a creative wing of terrorists fighting in Syria who are known for their fake reports about chemical attacks in the war-torn country.
Thanks to the Israeli government, now White Helmets are safe, spokesman for Israel’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Emmanuel Nachshon, happily said.
Needless to say, the United States was the first country to welcome Israel’s initiative. In fact, it was the USA that requested the evacuation of “creative terrorists” from Syria. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the lives of members of White Helmets were in danger, so he allowed them to travel through Israel to a third country as a “humanitarian gesture.”
One is left to wonder about the reaction of those, who lost their loved ones because of the attacks conducted by representatives of such humanitarian organizations, who bomb buses, synagogues and stab people in broad daylight, a report by Russian news website Pravda said.
White Helmets will now be able to please other countries with their videos too. The Israeli administration may not even seem to bother much about the number of makeshift bombs and missiles that fall in residential quarters of Israeli towns. The Israeli prime minister may also suffer from the shortage of chlorine in daily news reports.
The USA, Canada, France and a number of other European states asked to save their protégés. Of course, officials with the Israeli leadership know whom they are evacuating.
Perhaps, the Israelis concluded a “very good deal” with someone. They know what consequences of dealing with terrorists may be. Anyone can come now to Israel under the guise of virtual humanitarianism advocates.
Russia may not agree with Israel in its approach to the definition of terrorist organizations. Israel may consider certain groups as terrorist organizations, but Russia may disagree. In the past, however, Israel used to consider terrorists in the Northern Caucasus and their guests from Arab countries as “rebels.” In other words, those terrorists were freedom fighters for Israel, even though they had to behead people on the way to future prosperity.
In the context of the above-mentioned humanitarian gesture, assumptions of Israel’s participation in the training of Syrian terrorists look different. White Helmets may take their “show” to Jordan and then to the streets of European cities. It seems that Israel knows what it is doing. Israel’s compassion for terrorists may reduce the level of sympathy to the country should tragic news come from Israel again. Of course, we never want any tragedy to happen anywhere, but Israel’s humanitarianism smells blood, TNT and chlorine.