The White Helmets may have lost out on the Nobel Peace Prize, but the Syrian rescue workers have won admirers around the world for their work. A petition calling for them to win the prestigious award for which they were shortlisted had garnered more than 325,000 signatures by Friday morning, leading some news outlets to call them the “people’s choice.”
In areas of Syria where public infrastructure and medical services have almost completely collapsed, White Helmets first responders risk their lives to reach victims of bombings and airstrikes.
Get it? Because how can a guy whose regime has killed at least 115,000 civilians be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize? Oh my god, Bashar, you're too much. You're killing me. Forgive the pun.
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