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70 Years: The Greatest Moments in Israel's Cannabis History

Cannabis Israel History (Photo: Jonathan Zindel, Flash 90)

The struggle for medical cannabis and legalization in Israel has been going on for years. In honor of Independence Day, the 70 is one of the most prominent moments in this struggle, which every Israeli needs to recognize: 1964-1965 - complete identification of the THC cannabis component in Israel: Dr. Raphael Meshulam and Dr. Yechiel Genoni of the Hebrew University ...

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Festigrass: Youngsters smoked cannabis in Hayarkon Park

Pestigras 2018

In the background of the leak of the details of the merchants, this morning, Israeli youths celebrated the anniversary of the founding of Tellegras. The low presence of police did not prevent them from smoking freely. "There is nothing to fear," they say. One of the participants was arrested and another was detained for interrogation. A day after the leak of their details ...

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MK Zandberg on Ardan 's bill | From the 'plumbing'

Tamar Zandberg with Guy Lerer

Despite criticisms of the new bill on incriminating cannabis consumers, MK Tamar Sandberg is relatively satisfied with the idea. In an interview with Guy Lerer in "The Pipe," she said she believes the police will not turn the new law into a cash machine. The bill - originally called by ...

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Erdan's bill: non-incrimination - or self-incrimination?

Guy Lerer Incubation Cannabis

Following the publication of the Erdan bill for non-incrimination, Guy Lerer convened a panel discussion on the subject. Erdan refused to send a representative, so only supporters of legalization and termination of incarceration participated, discussing the proposed clauses and recommending improvements. And will Haim Ramon join the green leaf? ...

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Israel wants legalization: 57% favor cannabis as illegal as alcohol

A new survey conducted by the Sarid Institute shows that most of the Israeli public is not content with non-incrimination and thinks that cannabis should be legal like alcohol. 21% stated that cannabis consumed and nearly 50% think that even domestic breeding should not be considered a criminal offense. Moreover, at the request of ...

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