The bodies of 20 immigrants from sub-Saharan countries were buried in Sfax, Tunisia The bodies of 20 immigrants from sub-Saharan countries were buried in Sfax, Tunisia

The bodies of 20 immigrants from sub-Saharan countries were buried in Sfax, Tunisia

The bodies of 20 immigrants from sub-Saharan countries were buried in Sfax, Tunisia  The judicial authorities in Sfax, Tunisia, announced the burial of 20 bodies of irregular migrants from sub-Saharan countries for health reasons, after the number of bodies exceeded 200.  The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance indicated that the burial of 20 bodies of irregular immigrants from sub-Saharan countries had begun on Wednesday evening, after the concerted efforts of several parties involved in the matter to overcome obstacles and difficulties and to avoid a worsening of the situation in Habib Bourguiba University Hospital, after the number of bodies in the forensic medicine department exceeded 200 bodies. While its capacity does not exceed 35 bodies.   He pointed out that the burials will continue in a larger scale, starting from Thursday, while ensuring that all technical and scientific procedures are completed to identify the identities of the victims, now or at a later period.  And he stressed the keenness of all parties to complete these procedures to identify the bodies, whether through the documents found with the bodies, or showing them to their relatives in order to identify them, or by removing their fingerprints if possible, or by taking samples to conduct genetic analyzes, so that the burial process takes place as soon as possible to avoid The corpses decomposed further.  He explained that so far 50 bodies have been buried, as 30 bodies were buried last Thursday, before 20 bodies were buried on Wednesday.        The file of Imad Al-Adwan A Jordanian journalist reveals to an Israeli newspaper about secret talks between Amman and Tel Aviv  The Hebrew newspaper "Israel Hayom" quoted on its website, an unnamed Jordanian journalist, that a secret dialogue is taking place in the security channels between Israel and Jordan about the file of Representative Imad Al-Adwan.  The Hebrew site pointed out that failure to resolve the issue quickly will lead to an increase in tensions and unrest within the kingdom.  Jordanian MP Omar Ayasra said on Tuesday that the Jordanians are interested in the return of MP Imad Al-Adwan, who was arrested in Israel on suspicion of arms smuggling, but that relations between Jordan and Israel are in a very bad state.  Omar Ayasra stressed that Jordan would not allow the member of parliament to remain in detention.  According to him, negotiations are underway with Israel and other Arab countries to resolve the dispute.  He added, "Things are heading towards a political deal between Jordan and Israel."  And on Tuesday, the Saudi newspaper "Okaz" reported  that an Arab country had intervened with Israel to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan, who was arrested by the Israeli police prior to entering the Palestinian Authority areas with about 200 weapons and 100 kilos of gold, according to what the police reported, but informed sources Alluded to the intransigence and rejection of Israel.  The sources pointed out that the negotiations with Israel, whether conducted directly by Oman or through Arab and foreign mediation, will eventually lead to the conclusion of a deal under which the aggression will be released.  She pointed out that the issue may take some time, especially as it came in the context of a tense relationship between Amman and Tel Aviv, and the presence of a right-wing government.  The sources did not rule out the existence of blackmail and pressure from Israel on Jordan in some files to end the case.  For his part, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said that he did not want to blame the Jordanian government, describing the incident as serious, and vowed to bring the Adwan deputy to trial.       Algeria Addicts take birth control pills to feel euphoric  The head of the National Organization for Youth Welfare in Algeria, Abdel Karim Obeidat, revealed shocking facts about the new types that drug addicts and hallucinogens are using to feel euphoric.  Abdel Karim Obeidat said that contraceptive pills have begun to find their way among a group of addicted adolescents and young adults, which was discovered in the treatment sessions supervised by a team of doctors and specialists at the Bouchaoui Center.  Obeidat confirmed that the treatment sessions, which targeted a group of teenagers and young adults, confirmed that they resorted to more tricks and resorted to taking other types of pills, such as birth control pills, which are considered hormonal drugs, thinking that they feel euphoric and push them to consume more other pills.  He stated that the goal of these addicts taking birth control pills is to escape punishment and judicial prosecutions, because the law does not classify these pills as drugs.  He pointed out in the context that hallucinogenic pills are scarce in many pharmacies, and this may be one of the reasons for the demand for taking birth control pills by addicts, who see them as a mental influence that does not lead them to punishment.  He also explained that acute pain relief drugs are now required as psychotropic substances, but after the strict and deterrent law to sell them indiscriminately by some pharmacies, they are smuggled from abroad, which increases the risk of their spread in Algeria.  He said that the "pregaparin" pill, known as the "rocket", is the most prevalent among drug addicts, as there are about 300 addicts receiving treatment in the Bouchaoui Center, and it represents up to 80 percent compared to other types of psychotropic substances, and this is according to the data of the same center.  Obeidat revealed that the abuse of hallucinogenic pills comes first, followed by the abuse of treated kif, and our "disorientation", while the abuse of hard drugs such as heroin and cocaine is limited to a small group, most of whom are the children of the rich.         UAE dismantling the "black bags" gang in Sharjah  The Narcotics Control Department in Sharjah managed to dismantle a gang of 24 suspects and seize 120 kg of hashish and 3 million Captagon narcotic pills.  And the security elements confirmed that "two qualitative security operations were carried out, in cooperation with the police services in the country, so that they enabled the overthrow of the gang of Arab and Asian nationalities, and the value of the seizures that were seized exceeds 23 and a half million dirhams, to be classified as one of the most important seizure operations at the level of the emirate."  The Director of the Anti-Narcotics Department at Sharjah Police said, "The first case summed up the availability of information with the anti-narcotics agencies that a number of people of Asian nationality are in possession of a quantity of narcotic pills, which they plan to promote among a group of people, in cooperation with another who is outside the country."  The Sharjah Police's anti-drug services began their operations to monitor the suspects and set up an elaborate ambush to arrest them and their accomplices, in cooperation and coordination between the joint federal teams represented by the Dubai Police General Command and the Ajman Police General Command.  And she confirmed that "all gang members present in the country were persecuted and completely overthrown, and it became clear from the inferences that the suspects receive their instructions from someone else who lives outside the country, as they work according to his directives and plans in promoting narcotic pills and drugs, and start storing them, in preparation for their promotion, and the team was able to seize The drugs they were hiding in one of the containers."  The suspects and the seized items were referred to the competent authority to take the necessary legal measures.         Hamas condemns the Talmudic dances in the Ibrahimi Mosque and warns Israel  Hamas condemned the performance of Talmudic rituals by an extremist group of settlers that included dancing in the Ibrahimi Mosque, noting that Israel continues its religious war against Islamic and Christian sanctities.  In its statement, the movement said, "The performance of an extremist group of settlers of Talmudic rituals and dancing inside the Ibrahimi Mosque, with the participation of the extremist Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, is a continuation of the religious war waged by the occupation and its leaders against our Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, Hebron, and the entire Palestinian land."  She added, "The occupation and its leaders are determined to provoke the feelings of every Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim with these disgraceful violations," indicating that "they are criminal and terrorist violations that reflect the mentality of a criminal fascist occupation, and do not give weight to the feelings of any Muslim on the face of the earth."  She pointed out that "the Tel Aviv government continues its aggression against the people and their sanctities, and seeks with every effort to impose domination on the Ibrahimi Mosque by all means and means."  And she stressed that "all the methods and attempts undertaken by the extremist fascist government cannot change the facts of history and reality, because these are sacred places for the Palestinian people and there is no place for strangers in them."  She stressed that the Palestinian people will continue their legitimate struggle to preserve the identity of Islamic and Christian holy sites throughout the Palestinian land.  And "Hamas" called on the Palestinian people "to travel to the holy places and bond there in order to thwart the plans of the occupation and its extremist fascist government that seeks to implement its Judaization plans against Islamic sanctities."


The judicial authorities in Sfax, Tunisia, announced the burial of 20 bodies of irregular migrants from sub-Saharan countries for health reasons, after the number of bodies exceeded 200.

The official spokesman for the Court of First Instance indicated that the burial of 20 bodies of irregular immigrants from sub-Saharan countries had begun on Wednesday evening, after the concerted efforts of several parties involved in the matter to overcome obstacles and difficulties and to avoid a worsening of the situation in Habib Bourguiba University Hospital, after the number of bodies in the forensic medicine department exceeded 200 bodies. While its capacity does not exceed 35 bodies. 

He pointed out that the burials will continue in a larger scale, starting from Thursday, while ensuring that all technical and scientific procedures are completed to identify the identities of the victims, now or at a later period.

And he stressed the keenness of all parties to complete these procedures to identify the bodies, whether through the documents found with the bodies, or showing them to their relatives in order to identify them, or by removing their fingerprints if possible, or by taking samples to conduct genetic analyzes, so that the burial process takes place as soon as possible to avoid The corpses decomposed further.

He explained that so far 50 bodies have been buried, as 30 bodies were buried last Thursday, before 20 bodies were buried on Wednesday.


The file of Imad Al-Adwan A Jordanian journalist reveals to an Israeli newspaper about secret talks between Amman and Tel Aviv

The Hebrew newspaper "Israel Hayom" quoted on its website, an unnamed Jordanian journalist, that a secret dialogue is taking place in the security channels between Israel and Jordan about the file of Representative Imad Al-Adwan.

The Hebrew site pointed out that failure to resolve the issue quickly will lead to an increase in tensions and unrest within the kingdom.

Jordanian MP Omar Ayasra said on Tuesday that the Jordanians are interested in the return of MP Imad Al-Adwan, who was arrested in Israel on suspicion of arms smuggling, but that relations between Jordan and Israel are in a very bad state.

Omar Ayasra stressed that Jordan would not allow the member of parliament to remain in detention.

According to him, negotiations are underway with Israel and other Arab countries to resolve the dispute.

He added, "Things are heading towards a political deal between Jordan and Israel."

And on Tuesday, the Saudi newspaper "Okaz" reported  that an Arab country had intervened with Israel to release Jordanian MP Imad Al-Adwan, who was arrested by the Israeli police prior to entering the Palestinian Authority areas with about 200 weapons and 100 kilos of gold, according to what the police reported, but informed sources Alluded to the intransigence and rejection of Israel.

The sources pointed out that the negotiations with Israel, whether conducted directly by Oman or through Arab and foreign mediation, will eventually lead to the conclusion of a deal under which the aggression will be released.

She pointed out that the issue may take some time, especially as it came in the context of a tense relationship between Amman and Tel Aviv, and the presence of a right-wing government.

The sources did not rule out the existence of blackmail and pressure from Israel on Jordan in some files to end the case.

For his part, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said that he did not want to blame the Jordanian government, describing the incident as serious, and vowed to bring the Adwan deputy to trial.


Algeria Addicts take birth control pills to feel euphoric

The head of the National Organization for Youth Welfare in Algeria, Abdel Karim Obeidat, revealed shocking facts about the new types that drug addicts and hallucinogens are using to feel euphoric.

Abdel Karim Obeidat said that contraceptive pills have begun to find their way among a group of addicted adolescents and young adults, which was discovered in the treatment sessions supervised by a team of doctors and specialists at the Bouchaoui Center.

Obeidat confirmed that the treatment sessions, which targeted a group of teenagers and young adults, confirmed that they resorted to more tricks and resorted to taking other types of pills, such as birth control pills, which are considered hormonal drugs, thinking that they feel euphoric and push them to consume more other pills.

He stated that the goal of these addicts taking birth control pills is to escape punishment and judicial prosecutions, because the law does not classify these pills as drugs.

He pointed out in the context that hallucinogenic pills are scarce in many pharmacies, and this may be one of the reasons for the demand for taking birth control pills by addicts, who see them as a mental influence that does not lead them to punishment.

He also explained that acute pain relief drugs are now required as psychotropic substances, but after the strict and deterrent law to sell them indiscriminately by some pharmacies, they are smuggled from abroad, which increases the risk of their spread in Algeria.

He said that the "pregaparin" pill, known as the "rocket", is the most prevalent among drug addicts, as there are about 300 addicts receiving treatment in the Bouchaoui Center, and it represents up to 80 percent compared to other types of psychotropic substances, and this is according to the data of the same center.

Obeidat revealed that the abuse of hallucinogenic pills comes first, followed by the abuse of treated kif, and our "disorientation", while the abuse of hard drugs such as heroin and cocaine is limited to a small group, most of whom are the children of the rich.


UAE dismantling the "black bags" gang in Sharjah

The Narcotics Control Department in Sharjah managed to dismantle a gang of 24 suspects and seize 120 kg of hashish and 3 million Captagon narcotic pills.

And the security elements confirmed that "two qualitative security operations were carried out, in cooperation with the police services in the country, so that they enabled the overthrow of the gang of Arab and Asian nationalities, and the value of the seizures that were seized exceeds 23 and a half million dirhams, to be classified as one of the most important seizure operations at the level of the emirate."

The Director of the Anti-Narcotics Department at Sharjah Police said, "The first case summed up the availability of information with the anti-narcotics agencies that a number of people of Asian nationality are in possession of a quantity of narcotic pills, which they plan to promote among a group of people, in cooperation with another who is outside the country."

The Sharjah Police's anti-drug services began their operations to monitor the suspects and set up an elaborate ambush to arrest them and their accomplices, in cooperation and coordination between the joint federal teams represented by the Dubai Police General Command and the Ajman Police General Command.

And she confirmed that "all gang members present in the country were persecuted and completely overthrown, and it became clear from the inferences that the suspects receive their instructions from someone else who lives outside the country, as they work according to his directives and plans in promoting narcotic pills and drugs, and start storing them, in preparation for their promotion, and the team was able to seize The drugs they were hiding in one of the containers."

The suspects and the seized items were referred to the competent authority to take the necessary legal measures.


Hamas condemns the Talmudic dances in the Ibrahimi Mosque and warns Israel

Hamas condemned the performance of Talmudic rituals by an extremist group of settlers that included dancing in the Ibrahimi Mosque, noting that Israel continues its religious war against Islamic and Christian sanctities.

In its statement, the movement said, "The performance of an extremist group of settlers of Talmudic rituals and dancing inside the Ibrahimi Mosque, with the participation of the extremist Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, is a continuation of the religious war waged by the occupation and its leaders against our Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, Hebron, and the entire Palestinian land."

She added, "The occupation and its leaders are determined to provoke the feelings of every Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim with these disgraceful violations," indicating that "they are criminal and terrorist violations that reflect the mentality of a criminal fascist occupation, and do not give weight to the feelings of any Muslim on the face of the earth."

She pointed out that "the Tel Aviv government continues its aggression against the people and their sanctities, and seeks with every effort to impose domination on the Ibrahimi Mosque by all means and means."

And she stressed that "all the methods and attempts undertaken by the extremist fascist government cannot change the facts of history and reality, because these are sacred places for the Palestinian people and there is no place for strangers in them."

She stressed that the Palestinian people will continue their legitimate struggle to preserve the identity of Islamic and Christian holy sites throughout the Palestinian land.

And "Hamas" called on the Palestinian people "to travel to the holy places and bond there in order to thwart the plans of the occupation and its extremist fascist government that seeks to implement its Judaization plans against Islamic sanctities."
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