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Sunday, August 27, 2017

Filipino Caught With 4.31 Kilos of "Shabu" in Jeddah, KSA

Jeddah, KSA - A Filipino and a Pakistani were arrested after an entrapment operation here last August 26, Saturday. The Ministry of Interior said the men were under surveillance for a while when they were caught.  The drug cell managed to smuggle a large quantity of the crude drug “shabu” (Methamphetamine hydrochloride) and traffic it in Jeddah.  The two were apprehended with 4.31 kg of crude “shabu” in their possession according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).  The security authorities have been monitoring the attempts of various criminal networks taking advantage of the Haj season to smuggle and traffic drugs in the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia receives a huge influx of pilgrims coming into the Kingdom to perform the Hajj - the annual pilgrimage for Muslims. "Advertisements" The yet unnamed Filipino is facing a harsh penalty if proven guilty for possession and distribution of illegal drugs. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is strict in enforcing the death penalty to drug traffickers. A murderer has a better chance of having a death penalty sentence reduced than that of a drug trafficker.  Saudi Arabia executes drug traffickers by beheading. This is done in public, and the condemned person is usually only informed when on the day before his execution.   "Sponsored Links" In 2016, Amnesty International reported at least 154 executions, implying that it believes that more executions were carried out. At least 71 people have been executed in Saudi Arabia since the start of 2017, including 40 in the last four weeks alone - more than one execution per day.
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Jeddah, KSA - A Filipino and a Pakistani were arrested after an entrapment operation here last August 26, Saturday. The Ministry of Interior said the men were under surveillance for a while when they were caught.

The drug cell managed to smuggle a large quantity of the crude drug “shabu” (Methamphetamine hydrochloride) and traffic it in Jeddah.

Jeddah, KSA - A Filipino and a Pakistani were arrested after an entrapment operation here last August 26, Saturday. The Ministry of Interior said the men were under surveillance for a while when they were caught.  The drug cell managed to smuggle a large quantity of the crude drug “shabu” (Methamphetamine hydrochloride) and traffic it in Jeddah.  The two were apprehended with 4.31 kg of crude “shabu” in their possession according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).  The security authorities have been monitoring the attempts of various criminal networks taking advantage of the Haj season to smuggle and traffic drugs in the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia receives a huge influx of pilgrims coming into the Kingdom to perform the Hajj - the annual pilgrimage for Muslims. "Advertisements" The yet unnamed Filipino is facing a harsh penalty if proven guilty for possession and distribution of illegal drugs. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is strict in enforcing the death penalty to drug traffickers. A murderer has a better chance of having a death penalty sentence reduced than that of a drug trafficker.  Saudi Arabia executes drug traffickers by beheading. This is done in public, and the condemned person is usually only informed when on the day before his execution.   "Sponsored Links" In 2016, Amnesty International reported at least 154 executions, implying that it believes that more executions were carried out. At least 71 people have been executed in Saudi Arabia since the start of 2017, including 40 in the last four weeks alone - more than one execution per day.

The two were apprehended with 4.31 kg of crude “shabu” in their possession according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

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The security authorities have been monitoring the attempts of various criminal networks taking advantage of the Haj season to smuggle and traffic drugs in the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia receives a huge influx of pilgrims coming into the Kingdom to perform the Hajj - the annual pilgrimage for Muslims.
Jeddah, KSA - A Filipino and a Pakistani were arrested after an entrapment operation here last August 26, Saturday. The Ministry of Interior said the men were under surveillance for a while when they were caught.  The drug cell managed to smuggle a large quantity of the crude drug “shabu” (Methamphetamine hydrochloride) and traffic it in Jeddah.  The two were apprehended with 4.31 kg of crude “shabu” in their possession according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).  The security authorities have been monitoring the attempts of various criminal networks taking advantage of the Haj season to smuggle and traffic drugs in the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia receives a huge influx of pilgrims coming into the Kingdom to perform the Hajj - the annual pilgrimage for Muslims. "Advertisements" The yet unnamed Filipino is facing a harsh penalty if proven guilty for possession and distribution of illegal drugs. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is strict in enforcing the death penalty to drug traffickers. A murderer has a better chance of having a death penalty sentence reduced than that of a drug trafficker.  Saudi Arabia executes drug traffickers by beheading. This is done in public, and the condemned person is usually only informed when on the day before his execution.   "Sponsored Links" In 2016, Amnesty International reported at least 154 executions, implying that it believes that more executions were carried out. At least 71 people have been executed in Saudi Arabia since the start of 2017, including 40 in the last four weeks alone - more than one execution per day.
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The yet unnamed Filipino is facing a harsh penalty if proven guilty for possession and distribution of illegal drugs. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is strict in enforcing the death penalty to drug traffickers. A murderer has a better chance of having a death penalty sentence reduced than that of a drug trafficker.

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Saudi Arabia executes drug traffickers by beheading. This is done in public, and the condemned person is usually only informed when on the day before his execution.

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In 2016, Amnesty International reported at least 154 executions, implying that it believes that more executions were carried out. At least 71 people have been executed in Saudi Arabia since the start of 2017, including 40 in the last four weeks alone - more than one execution per day. (as of August 22, 2017)


source: Saudi Gazette, Amnesty Intl.



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