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executive privilege does not hold up in criminal investigations. U cant let that happen ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) August 29,Jyoti Singh gang-rape case.its not a suitable time to make a problem with the people in the Bekaa Valley" says General Ghassan Chamseddine head of Lebanon’s drug enforcement unit Hash factory worker in the Bekaa Valley Lebanon shakes cannabis dust from a bag Rebecca Collard There are around 9000 acres of Lebanese agricultural land used to grow cannabis producing thousands of tons of hash annually about half of which is exported Chamseddine says his police require the support of 2000-3000 army troops to eradicate the crops each year Right now those soldiers cant be spared "Our army is working hard now to defend our border" That means that Lebanese security forces who once confronted Bekaa Valley drug cultivators now have a shared interest with them in defending border regions from attacks from Syria "We are ready to support all the factions in Lebanon against ISIS and the Nusra Front" says Shamas When jihadis attacked the village of Brital in October of last year a band of cannabis farmers headed to the area to help defend it Abbas who asked not to use his real name was among them "When we heard they were attacking Brital we grabbed our weapons and jumped in the trucks" says Abbas who spent seven years in prison on drug trafficking charges "To us ISIS is nothing Their strategy is to scare people But we were not afraid" Abbas Shamas and most of the men involved in Lebanons hash trade are experienced fighters having been militiamen in Lebanons 15-year civil war Abbas once fought with Hezbollah Lebanons most powerful militia and Shamas with Amal another large Shiite group There is a Hezbollah base just a few hundred meters from the hash factory but these men say unlike Lebanons many well-armed militias they arent aligned with any sect or political party General Chamseddine is irritated by the suggestion that these men are defenders of the country "When they say they have these arms to defend their country against ISIS they are making a camouflage to get support from the people" says Chamseddine "These drug dealers are only interested in their drugs" In part its still about defending their crops ISIS has posted videos online of their fighters destroying marijuana fields in Syria saying the consumption of the plant is un-Islamic But even more importantly say the farmers here this is about defending their land and their country against the expansionist ISIS militants Shamas pulls one of two AK-47s from his truck admiring the assault rifle This is just part of his arsenal that includes mounted machine guns mortars and rocket-propelled grenades "We are here to defend all of Lebanon" says Shamas Contact us at editors@timecomWith Christmas just two days away and Hannukah wrapping up tomorrow evening there’s still plenty of time to send a card to those loved ones who may have slipped your mind Here are a couple of easy outs: Cards That Give – Who could accuse you of not caring when your e-card includes a charitable donation Cards That Give is a not-for-profit website that rolls up e-cards from charities in more than 40 states and 30 countries around the world All of the proceeds go to a charity of your choosingand the money adds up A Detroit food bank for instance delivered 439 million pounds of food thanks to its holiday card drive Card Karma – Give your card a personal touch using this site’s multimedia-friendly card builder Embed photos or videos from your phone or if you’re really pinched for time lift a photo from Flickr’s creative commons Add text and tinker with the background color and that’s it the card is ready to email or share over social media Hipster Cards – As the name would suggest these cards come with a heavy shellacking of holiday cheese Many include Norman-Rockwell-style depictions of a Christmas evening with the ideal 1950’s family Perfect for the sender who has an allergic reaction to sincerity PostcardFM – For the sound buff in your family upload a song or audio file combine it with a photo enter the email address and off it goes like a singing telegram Red Stamp – The Red Stamp app makes assembling a card within the confines of a mobile phone a breeze The cards have a clean minimalist design and ample space for photos Add up to four images on a single card Contact us at editors@timecom (The team was responsible for the rest of the $1 billion price tag.S." Krumholtz said. I would say Sardar is a world class player,or running in a darkened park in Chandigarh. research about? England in 2012.

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