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-June 23: Israel carries out retaliatory air raids on Syrian army positions following an attack from Syria.

It has also targeted the powerful Lebanese Shiite movement Hezbollah, a key ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

– July 15: Warplanes strike three administrative and military targets on the Golan after the Israeli army said two rockets fired from the Syrian sector hit the Israeli-occupied side of the plateau.

– March 19: At least one person is killed as warplanes attack Syrian army positions on the Golan Heights.

– February 25: A Lebanese security source says two Israeli raids hit a Hezbollah target on the Lebanon-Syria border. The Observatory says the target was a Hezbollah "missile base".

– May 5: A raid hits the Jamraya scientific research centre in Damascus, a weapons depot and an aircraft unit, reports a diplomat in Beirut. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 42 soldiers are killed.

– January 28: Israel carries out raids against Syrian army targets, saying Damascus was responsible for rocket fire that hit its side of the Golan.

Perhaps the security threat to some farmers will recede, as their work will become legal under the law. However, they will most likely wish to return to the days of danger and guns when they make the move from the hands of heavily armed soldiers to the hands of businessmen fortified with money, power, and official covers that allow them to pass the most corrupt deals of all.

The impressive outcomes expected after legalizing cannabis cultivation in favor of the region’s youth and its future will make it difficult for the party to lure them into marrying and building a home, or even a modest monthly salary that may afford them family expenses.

The Lebanese state doesn’t remember its poor unfortunate souls when they live through all these agonies, but it will definitely remember them when it comes to additional financial imports. Only then will it accelerate the enactment of such legislation without offering a single scientific economic feasibility study that proves the effectiveness and usefulness of the plan in numbers and details for the state and its people.

Why is the state so keen to approve this legislation now?

Farmers have always worked for a few monopolistic big traders. They risk their lives to secure a dignified life for their families. However, overnight, they will have to work for one monopolist who has proven over the years his greed and failure to manage any productive investment in any sector, particularly agriculture. Actually, we have previous examples of this from the experience of Lebanon’s monopolistic tobacco regulatory authority, the “REGIE” (due to tobacco farmers in Lebanon suffering from discretionary practices used in distributing agricultural licenses and permits, as well as the chaos in setting prices and dividing shares …).

For decades, this country never cared about the deprivation we have endured in the Baalbek-Hermel Governorate when people were and are still dying slowly without help. This state left us at the mercy of fascist parties, clan-based authorities, and greedy, filthy-rich traders, where we navigate trying to survive and save ourselves. It entrusted the mission of representing us to snob MPs who have nothing to do except hover like crows in funerals and calamities, to offer condolences to grieving mothers who lost their children. They deprived us for years, chanting slogans that the deprivation in Baalbek-Hermel is just a small price we have to pay to liberate the south from the Israeli occupation.

The first obstacle against legislation was Hezbollah’s dominance over the region and their demolition of any hope of improving the conditions of its people, so that they would not wriggle out from under their power. The accessibility to multiple opportunities for the capable youth in these villages would make it difficult to recruit them to fight in their ranks, and to sacrifice themselves for the sake of the leader and his allies. This could explain the tragedy that the region is experiencing on the educational level, in the absence of a National University and the proliferation of private educational institutions that constantly contribute to brainwashing and conditioning. The impressive outcomes expected after legalizing cannabis cultivation in favor of the region’s youth and its future will make it difficult for the party to lure them into marrying and building a home, or even a modest monthly salary that may afford them family expenses. The party’s absolute rejection of this demand is part of their efforts to keep people in darkness and prevent them from seeing the light outside their divine cloak.

After confirming this last point, we will face two more complex problems: The first problem is that the farmer will only produce the raw material for the Cannabis used for medicinal purposes, which is the cheapest ingredient in the production chain; So who will compensate the farmer for his losses? Here the second problem will appear: The area of land cultivated with Cannabis will exponentially produce more than the amount expected to be required for medical use. What will the state do in this regard? Most likely, the state will limit the minimum cultivated areas and restrict agricultural licenses to people loyal to it, while depriving the largest percentage of farmers of their only source of livelihood… this just means increasing their crisis to the maximum extent.