Hezbollah-owned drug plantations

Hezbollah-owned drug factories are spread across the Akkar region of eastern Lebanon, north near the Al-Arida region, as well as southern Lebanon. The types of narcotics vary between Captagon, heroin and cocaine. Hash and opium cultivation thrives in rural areas as well remote under the control of Hezbollah. Captagon is considered to be one of Hezbollah’s most important financial assets and one of the most famous and profitable types of drugs, as this type of drug floods Hezbollah’s coffers with hundreds of millions of dollars and constitutes 70% of the party’s treasury. The malicious efforts of the Hezbollah militia continue to smuggle drugs of various kinds and types, as well as dominate the smuggling with malicious methods and methods, and while the export of fruits and vegetables to the Gulf countries constitutes 55.4% of exports agricultural land in Lebanon, many countries have announced a ban on the entry or transit of fruit and vegetables. Arriving from Lebanon to its lands, and recently, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia managed to thwart the entry of 451,807 narcotic amphetamine tablets, hidden inside a shipment of pomegranate from Lebanon, as Dubai police foiled smuggling over a million hidden Captagon tablets in a shipment of lemons and the Kuwaiti Interior Ministry announced that it had managed to seize 9 million tablets of Captagon, in collaboration with Lebanese security forces, before smuggling from Beirut to Kuwait. The death shipments sent by Hezbollah were not limited to just the Gulf countries, as Niger destroyed 17 tons of hashish that were there in a shipment from Lebanon, while Greece seized more than 4 tons of narcotic hashish hidden in the shipment of candy making machines (cupcake), while it happened, Italy seized 15 tons of Captagon and the Egyptian authorities succeeded seized two smuggling attempts of 10,000 Captagon tablets and Israeli forces thwarted the smuggling of 36 kilograms of hashish.