Das israelische Militär (IDF) finanziert sich als Welt Drogen Händler
Israel: Major International Cocaine Trafficking Hub
A June UN Office on Drugs and Crime World Drug Report named Israel for its “star role.” More on that below.
Israel is a serial lawbreaker. Its rap sheet already overflows. This revelation adds another reprehensible black mark.
The State Department‘s 2012 International Narcotics Control Strategy Report says:
“Israel’s illicit drug trade is regionally focused, with Israel as more of a transit country than a stand-alone significant market.”
“The authorities continue to be concerned with illegal pharmaceutical sales, retail businesses which are suspected money-laundering enterprises, and corruption accusations against public officials.”
An earlier State Department report said “the Israeli drug market continued to be characterized by high demand in nearly all sectors of society and a high availability of drugs including cannabis, ecstasy, cocaine, heroin, hashish and LSD.”
Drug trafficking and money laundering go hand-in-hand. On July 11, Haaretz headlined “US: Israeli played lead role in international drug money laundering ring.”
Israeli/Colombian Isaac Perez Guberek was named. “Ten Panamanian companies, 11 Colombian companies and one based in Rosh Ha’ayin allegedly built (a) network that laundered hundreds of millions of dollars of drug money.”
A State Department statement said:
“Isaac Perez Guberek Ravinovicz, a Colombian national, and his son, Henry Guberek Grimberg, a dual Colombian and Israeli national, lead a money laundering network based in Bogota, Colombia that launders narcotics proceeds on behalf of numerous drug trafficking organizations, including organizations based in Colombia.”
They “primarily rely upon the use of ostensibly legitimate textile companies within Colombia to engage in trade-based money laundering.”
A US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida press release added:
“(D)efendants are charged with conspiracy to launder the illegal proceeds from the manufacture, importation, sale, and distribution of a controlled substance.”
“If convicted, (they) face a possible maximum statutory sentence of up to 20 years in prison.”
“Money launderers provide a critical service to narco-traffickers, helping them to wash, move, and hide their drug money.”
The US Treasury called father and son Guberek as well as “29 other individuals and entities. Specially Designated Narcotics Traffickers (SDNTs).”
On June 26, 2012, Haaretz headlined “IDF soldiers suspected of drug trafficking along Israel’s border with Egypt.”
Twelve soldiers and career junior officers were named. They were “arrested for trafficking in drugs worth some NIS 800,000 (about $200,000).”
“The arrest sweep is one of the largest ever in the IDF.” Suspects are Gaza Division trackers. They’re deployed along Egypt’s border.
Their job is assuring no border breaches. According to IDF military police, “a sergeant first class and a conscript soldier were involved in smuggling heroine, cocaine, hashish and ecstasy.”
On June 21, they were arrested. Others were apprehended days earlier.
According to military police special investigations commander Lt. Col. Gil Mamon, an undercover agent bought drugs from one of the suspects.
Smuggling has been ongoing for months, he said. Three civilians were arrested on suspicion of involvement.
On October 19, Haaretz headlined “Israel becomes major hub in the international cocaine trade, abuse rising.”
Annual UN World Drug Reports discuss ongoing trends. Israel is a major abuser.
The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) implements UN drug treaties and conventions.
In 2012, it named Brazil and Israel among “countries that are major manufacturers, exporters, importers and users of narcotic drugs.”
Israeli cocaine trafficking is especially significant. Israel’s Anti-Drug Authority (ADA) said cocaine use in Israel doubled from 2005 to 2009.
ADA rehabilitation unit head Haim Mal believes increased use reflects lifestyle changes.
“Whereas people in the past looked for drugs that would soothe them and produce peace of mind, now they are looking for drugs that will enable them to be more alert,” he said.
“Cocaine is a social drug that can be found in nightclubs in Israel’s major cities and among a wide range of users, most of them in the liberal professions.”
Usage is “a social phenomenon that has emerged in Israel as in other countries around the world.”
Heroin damages people physically, he added. “Cocaine damages the soul.”
A young Israeli woman called “G” to maintain anonymity described her experience, saying:
“It was three in the morning and I had already had a number of drinks.”
“The washrooms were really crowded, but not always because of bursting bladders.”
“There was a disorderly lineup that was moving along very slowly. Sometimes the door opened and out would come two to four people, who had emerged from one of the stalls.”
“After about a quarter of an hour, or it might have been 20 minutes, it was my turn.”
“I went in with two friends. One of them took out a bag of coke and began to spread the stuff on a small surface.”
“He then used a credit card to arrange the coke in rows. I took out a 100-shekel note from my pocket, rolled it up and then each of us took turns snorting two rows.”
“At that moment, I still felt nothing. I went to the bar and ordered a vodka chaser. We all then went back to the dance floor. We danced up a storm and felt we could go on doing that forever.”
“Suddenly, you have this burst of energy. Everything was dark around me and I couldn’t give a damn about anyone. I was so full of self-confidence.”
According to the UN’s report, cocaine trafficking and consumption are increasing in developing Asian countries…
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