Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Syrian Drug Enforcement Agency Seized 800 Kgs of Hashish in Homs

Syrian Drug Enforcement Agency seized 800 kg of hashish and arrested two of those involved. The law enforcement agency’s latest bust was carried out based on a tip from locals about a number of people trafficking and promoting narcotic drugs in the province of Homs, central Syria.

“Promoting” is the act of first giving out free samples, then selling them at reduced rates for the purpose of creating addiction. Once hooked, the addicts must then pay the full price. It must be made clear that this form hashish can’t be compared to marijuana in the US. It’s more similar to heroin, with its addictive ability, its corruption of the soul, and expansion of various forms of robbery crimes to pay for i... Continue reading:

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