Bukhari Details Drug Hauls from Lebanon Seized by KSA


Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Walid Bukhari on Tuesday announced that his country seized 57,184,900 narcotic pills smuggled from Lebanon in the period from early 2020 until April 2021, days after Riyadh said it had seized Captagon pills from Lebanon in a pomegranate shipment.

Below are the details of the shipments seized by the kingdom according to a tweet by Bukhari:

- 5,383,400 pills hidden in a pomegranate shipment

- 20,190,500 pills hidden in a grape shipment

- 5,580,000 pills hidden in a grape shipment

- 4,335,000 pills hidden in an apple shipment

- 6,480,000 pills hidden in a potato shipment

- 15,216,000 pills hidden in a grape shipment

- 2,466,563 pills hidden in a pomegranate shipment

Comments 6
Thumb ansarullah 27 April 2021, 19:24

God bless our Shia resistance for improving our export of drugs and reducing our trade deficit. Our resistance fights on several frontiers including military, economic and propaganda to defeat the Saudi-American-Israeli-Somali-Sudani-Singali-Bahraini-Emirati coalition.

Shea Shia Shea !!!

Thumb doodle-dude 27 April 2021, 19:33

lol @ Fruit Cocktail

Thumb marcus 27 April 2021, 20:40


Thumb geom1975 28 April 2021, 12:10


Thumb justin 27 April 2021, 23:52

How long did it take to count these pills?

Missing cedars 28 April 2021, 01:19

Now the government will formed in less than 30 days simply because the evil corrupt axis is caught right handed and has no income sources any longer.