For “selling narcotic pills” | Regime’s Criminal Security arrests four pharmacists while ignoring manufacturers and providers • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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For “selling narcotic pills” | Regime’s Criminal Security arrests four pharmacists while ignoring manufacturers and providers

Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have reported that members of the regime’s Criminal Security arrested four pharmacists in Hatla town northern of Deir Ezzor within regime-held areas, for “selling narcotic pills in the town”, while ignoring the manufacturers and providers who provided the narcotics to the town.

Areas held by regime forces and Iranian militias are witnessing widespread of drug trafficking, where drug shipments pass through these areas that are supervised by commanders of Iranian militias, flooding the area with narcotics.

It is worth noting that the percentage of drug users among the youth is drastically increasing.

SOHR activists reported that regime forces arrested a nurse from his parent’s house in Hatla town northern of Deir Ezzor within regime-held areas, for unknown reasons.