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Syrian Aid Workers Don't Want Your Help. They Want The Killing To Stop.

WASHINGTON ? People around the world have spent years celebrating the Syrian Civil Defense, better known as the White Helmets, for their work helping civilians affected by the brutal civil war in Syria. So it’s no surprise when well-intentioned outsiders ask how they can help. But Raed al-Saleh, who once sold electrical equipment and is now responsible for 2,500 volunteers as the group’s leader, wants those supporters to understand that he and his fellow Syrians have a bigger goal than receiving more emergency medical supplies.
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