Saudi prince Abul-Musen bin Waleed bin Adbdulaziz arrested with 2 tons of drugs of choice for Isis fighters in his jet. (NN).
Saudi prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz and four others were detained by security at Rafik Hariri International Airport while allegedly "attempting to smuggle about two tons of Captagon pills and some cocaine," a security source told AFP.
Captagon is the brand name for the amphetamine phenethylline, a synthetic stimulant. The banned drug is consumed mainly in the Middle East and has reportedly been widely used by fighters in Syria.
The security source said the drugs had been packed into cases that were waiting to be loaded onto a private plane that was headed to Saudi Arabia.
The five Saudi citizens were still in the airport and would be questioned by customs authority, the source added. Read the full story here.
Hmmm......Captagon, very popular among ISIS Fighters. What exactly is ‘Captagon’, the drug of choice for Isis fighters?
Related: ISIS 'Spearhead' a bunch of drugged terrorists.
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