ISF Seizes Medication Smuggled from Turkey Headed to Bekaa

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The Health Ministry announced on Thursday that a truck smuggling medication from Turkey has been seized in the Bekaa.

It said that the Internal Security Forces had stopped the truck at a checkpoint near the Bekaa town of Zahleh where it discovered its load.

The truck had been heading from the North to the Bekaa.

After inspection, it was determined that the truck was unregistered and smuggled from Turkey.

The medication has since been confiscated and sent for inspection.

An arrest warrant was issued in February against Abdul Latif Fneish, brother of Minister of State for Administrative Reform Mohammed Fneish, on charges of being linked to a drug scandal that included the forging certificates of laboratory tests and the illegal import of medications.

Comments 4
Default-user-icon bou tik (Guest) 07 March 2013, 16:11

the fneish brothers are devastated in fact they've gone to the moussawi brothers from some home made diazepam

Missing abraham 07 March 2013, 17:15

I agree with you 100%
the problem is that the people there are naive and sheepish

Thumb andre.jabbour 07 March 2013, 17:20

It's weird how some Shias are specialized in counterfeit pills... Isn't mr Fneish? Some Shias are also skilled shabiha in Syria and Lebanon. Isn't mr nusrallah?

Default-user-icon from istanbul with love (Guest) 08 March 2013, 14:18

I love Lebanon they slave of us