Vacant IDF training zones used for growing drugs

The Regavim movement has filmed Bedouins setting up greenhouses and planting marijuana in IDF training zones in southern Israel.
Screen capture: Channel 2 News

Vacant IDF live-fire training zones in southern Israel have become a safe haven for growing marijuana, according to a Channel 2 News report.

Newly-released video footage shows how Bedouins have been able to set up greenhouses to plant and sell marijuana right under the noses of the army and police.

They can be seen flattening the ground and placing sheep nearby, in order to make it appear like a sheep-herding area.

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