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The Moroccan imam alleged to be at the heart of the conspiracy, Abdelbaki Essati, was sent to prison for four years, 2010 to 2014, for smuggling hashish into Spain.
According to Bravo, the Cuban Interior Ministry official, the Cubans in the last 10 years have tipped off the United States to over 500 smuggling operations, and from 2003 to 2016 seized or recovered over 40 tons of marijuana, cocaine and hashish.
Brazilian federal police said that between 2004 and 2015, Vincenzo Macri was part of an international criminal organization that imported and trafficked cocaine and hashish, from Morocco, the Netherlands and the Dominican Republic.
BOSTON TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- State Highway Patrol troopers seized more than $1 million in marijuana and hashish during a traffic stop in Boston Township.
Troopers recovered 71 pounds of marijuana, 26 pounds of solid hashish and eight pounds of liquid hash oil May 8 on the Ohio Turnpike, the Highway Patrol said in a news release.
At dusk, young men whistle at passersby and tell them the price of hashish.
Or maybe not, given that the people involved were under the influence of psychedelic mushroom tea as well as hashish.
Other visitors have slowed their worlds with hashish, lying on their backs in the water, away from the crowds, fascinated with the clear sky above.
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Origin and Etymology of hashish
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Definition of hashish for English Language Learners
: an illegal drug that comes from the hemp plant and that is usually smoked or chewed
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