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White Helmets linked to Al-Qaeda fake chemical attacks evidence

Summary of Disinformation

There is a huge scam with the white helmets in Syria who are agents of Al-Qaeda. We know they are Al-Qaeda agents because, for example, their head was the famous mayor of Aleppo, who was not a mayor at all. He was the leader of a neighbourhood held by terrorists in Aleppo. We know that the White Helmets are a fake NGO. They staged the chemical attacks.  There were allegedly people hit by very dangerous chemical arms and the White Helmets came without any protection and they touched everything and were perfectly healthy.

The United States and the United Kingdom continued to support the White Helmets despite the fact that the illegal actions of this group were no longer a secret for anybody.


Sputnik French, fr.sputniknews.com/international/201903141040361730-syrie-casques-blancs-usa-ressources
Sputnik French, web.archive.org/web/20190319104620/https://fr.sputniknews.com/international/201903141040361730-syrie-casques-blancs-usa-ressources/
Disproof

No evidence given of White Helmets connection to Al-Qaeda.

Ever since the search-and-rescue organisation has been documenting some of the worst atrocities carried out by the Syrian government and the Russian military, Russian media have been trying to portray them as “terrorists”. This article debunks attempts to associate the White Helmets with chemical attacks in Idlib, a pro-Kremlin narrative which began to circulate in early 2018.

Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative about the involvement of the White Helmets in planning chemical attacks in order to blame the Syrian government for such attacks.

Recurreing disinformation on staged chemical attacks evidence in Syria. The OPCW's final report on Douma's incident in 2018 does not leave any doubts on the detection of chlorine on Douma: "based on the levels of chlorinated organic derivatives, detected in several environmental samples gathered at the sites of alleged use of toxic chemicals, which are not naturally present in the environment, the FFM concludes that the objects from which the samples were taken at both locations had been in contact with one or more substances containing reactive chlorine" (page 3 of the report).

See more disinformation cases on White Helmets here.

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Reported in: Issue 141
Date: 17.03.2019
Language: French
Country: West, The West, US, Syria
Keywords: false flag, White Helmets, Chemical weapons/attack, Al-Qaeda, Syrian War, Bashar al-Assad
Outlet where the disinformation appeared: Sputnik French
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