Post Profile






The White Helmets leader: ‘We can anticipate the scale of destruction based on the sound of the plane’

Syrian civilians tasked with pulling people from the rubble have saved 60,000 lives. It’s depressing and devastating work, their head, Raed al-Saleh, says These days, Raed al-Saleh doesn’t have to see a warplane to know what kind of bombs it drops. He just needs to hear it. “It’s very depressing,” Saleh says. “Based on its sound, we can predict the kind of airplane, and then anticipate the scale of the destruction.
read more

share

Related Posts


Syrian rebels reportedly retreating from besieged district of Bab Amr

News : BlogPost

Syrian rebels are retreating from the besieged district of Bab Amr in the central city of Homs, BBC reports. The Free Syrian Army said it was pulling out to save the lives of 4,000 civilians who refuse to leave their homes. Read ful...

A man who has helped save more than 40,000 lives in Syria was just denied entry into the US

Politics : Business Insider: Politix

The head of Syria's Civil Defense Units, also known as the White Helmets, said he was denied entry into the US upon arriving in Washington, DC, from Turkey to receive a humanitarian award. Raed Saleh, 33, said he flew from Istanbul ...

Syrian Humanitarian Raed Saleh Is Denied Entry to U.S.

News : Newsweek: US

Raed Saleh, head of the Syrian Civilian Defense, a 2,800-strong team of volunteers who aid Syrians affected by shelling and barrel bomb attacks, arrived at Washington’s Dulles International Airport on Monday after a 10-hour flight f...

Russian bombers hit Aleppo as rebels repel assault

News : Reuters: World News

AMMAN (Reuters) - Rebels said on Tuesday they repelled a Syrian army offensive in southern Aleppo as Russian and Syrian warplanes continued to pound residential areas in besieged parts of the city where thousands of civilians are tr...

How the White Helmets Became International Heroes While Pushing U.S. Military Intervention in Syria

News : Truthdig

By Max Blumenthal / AlterNet Backed by Washington and marketed by a top public relations firm, the White Helmets are saving civilians while lobbying for airstrikes and regime change in Syria.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC