Drug Smuggling Attempt Thwarted at Airport

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Security at Rafik Hariri International Airport thwarted on Friday an attempt to smuggle narcotic pills abroad, reported the National News Agency.

It said that eight kilograms of captagon pills were found in the possession of two Syrian travelers.

Investigations are underway with the suspects.

Comments 13
Thumb _mowaten_ 13 September 2013, 16:17

Yea sure, the pills produced in Syria, used by rebels, loved in saudi and the gulf, being exported there, but it's certainly Fneish.


Thumb _mowaten_ 13 September 2013, 16:36

after benzon's comment was removed, my answers dont make sense anymore. for info he was randomly accusing Fneish.

Missing people-power 13 September 2013, 19:19

Hey D-bag... in your article, where is the connection of the pills to the rebels? Oh, I see, you made that part up.

Here's a quote from the article:

"Captagon pills came from Syria to be packaged and put on trucks in the relative safety of the Bekaa Valley and then sent back through Syria toward Saudi Arabia"

I wonder why the pills are brought to the Bekaa? Who controls Bekaa?

Thumb benzona 13 September 2013, 19:20

Movaten, you're a liar, a big one nonetheless! I wrote Capt-a-Goon, hello Monsieur Fneish.

Where do you see accusations in this?
Hello = bonjour
Monsieur = mister
Fneish.... Well is Fneish.

It is a reminder that mr Fneish (who's Mr Fneish the Minister's brother) got caught in a similar investigation.

Accusation, ma fi!

I'm tired of you constant BS, you and your clones are radicalizing me, you're aouning me.... That's why you've been complaining about the quality of my messages.

Thumb _mowaten_ 15 September 2013, 16:11

pipole-popo: "But the men from Homs stood to make at between $650 million and $1.3 billion. That money was likely going back to Homs to purchase weapons, he said." this at least shows that rebels produced and exported a massive quantity of those pills.

Thumb _mowaten_ 15 September 2013, 16:14

benzo: no fneish's case was totally different, he was caught selling counterfeit pharmaceutical products from china. nothing to do with recreational drugs and drug dealing.
your mentioning him here was a disguised accusation by assimilation or at the very least a way of diverting the subject to serve your partisan propaganda and finger pointing.

Default-user-icon koookii (Guest) 13 September 2013, 16:30

PLS stop thinking m8 or 14 think Lebanon for God sake, grow up..

Thumb _mowaten_ 13 September 2013, 16:40

you tell us to grow up but you have the most childish approach of politics. we all "think lebanon" but then what? shouldn't there be some political programs? some teams entrusted to drive them? can't just say "think lebanon" and forget there are different parties, different visions and as citizens we must chose.
and if you're not happy with either M8 or M14 then create a third solution, whining is not productive.

Default-user-icon VanDam (Guest) 13 September 2013, 16:48

Isn't there a correlation between all the increase in crime (including drug-busts) and the number of Syrians in Lebanon? Never one to be Xenophobic, but looks like we need to limit the Syrian people coming into Lebanon... oh and the pills too

Missing karim_m3- 13 September 2013, 21:55

Dirty FSA-Al Qaeda terrorists.

Missing rami 14 September 2013, 09:17

They busted the 8kgs at the front door, for the press release, but there is probably another 100kgs which went "unnoticed" through the back door. L'AIB est une vraie passoire, and we all know that.

Default-user-icon Active Citizen (Guest) 14 September 2013, 10:13

Yet another article about drugs that seems to attract many bloggers and commentors... What is the secret I wonder? Let me Guess. You are all users. Thumb up if you agree. Time for parliment to vote on a reform for the drug policy and decriminilize soft drugs tax it and control it. This will creat revenue for the indebted state and maybe the Arab countries where those drugs where going to will attract tourists that would like like to come to our sacred valley and light one up. I can think of a nice moto for the tourist ministry right now "Lebanon where the power might cut off but our joints stay lit 24/7."
Peace dear users.

Missing george710 14 September 2013, 12:33

What's wrong with hasish?