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  • The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

    A quick question for those whom are of the oasis of arabia.....

    Are their companies which manufacture opiates or are the old ways still followed?

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    Re: The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

    what are you talking about?? what "old ways"?? Doctors in the hospitals prescribe opiates when necessary as well as any other medication as needed, so obviously there are pharmacutical companies manufacturing them as medicines. However they're not legal for recreational use (which is haram, incidentally), just as in any other country :scratch:
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      Re: The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

      Excuse me, I meant opiates as opposed to opium. For why manufacture that which are the gifts of allah?

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        Re: The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

        Originally posted by Safron_Sandals View Post
        Excuse me, I meant opiates as opposed to opium. For why manufacture that which are the gifts of allah?
        not all "gifts of allah" are meant to be used, some look better in their natural state

        FYI, opiates are banned in [most] arab countries
        حَسْبُنَا اللَّهُ وَ نِعْمَ الْوَكِيلُ

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          Re: The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

          Originally posted by Safron_Sandals View Post
          Excuse me, I meant opiates as opposed to opium. For why manufacture that which are the gifts of allah?
          I have heard of excuses to use weed, but Opium?
          "They are Shuhadaa (witnesses) to the fact that this Deen is greater than life, that values are more important than blood and that principles are more precious than souls" - Sheikh 'Abdullah Azzam

          Lost in Islamic History :inlove:

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            Re: The state of prescriptions in arab countries.....

            Simply a question of how natural the medicina is amongst muslim nations. This was not meant to be an invitation to a discussion of drugs, or haram.

            My apologies for the missunderstanding....

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