London, SANA The UK has rehomed some 100 members of the "White Helmets" terrorist group and their families who were evacuated from Syria last July, the UK Home Office confirmed, cited by the BBC.
The Israeli entity revealed last July that it carried out a covert operation during the night in which it smuggled around 800 members of the "White Helmets" and their families from southern Syria and transported them into Jordan by land, where they would be later transported to the US, Canada, France and the UK.
The UK Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes said the Home Office had asked local councils to volunteer to "take in" White Helmet members and their families, and to provide funding for English teaching to help those resettled find work in the UK.
Western countries evacuated the "White Helmets" members from the areas that were liberated from terrorism to prevent truth about their involvement with those countries from coming to light.
The evacuation also aimed at concealing the "White Helmets" terrorist group's role in staging chemical weapons attacks to blame the Syrian army.
The "White Helmets" was established in Turkey in 2013 with British and American funding. The fact that it exclusively operated in areas where the terrorist organizations spread in Syria raised question marks over its alleged humanitarian work, especially that many of its members appeared in video clips carrying machine guns and fighting alongside the terrorists.