From: Times of Israel
Ultra-Orthodox man nabbed with 13,000 ecstasy pills
Three suspected dealers to be charged with international trafficking after busted with several kilograms of banned drug
Three ultra-Orthodox Israeli men will be charged Monday with attempting to smuggle thousands of ecstasy pills from Germany to Israel.
The three suspects were arrested last week for allegedly operating an international drug trafficking operation, after a police sting with help from the customs authority. …
One suspect, a 25-year-old man from Netanya, was nabbed upon landing at Ben Gurion Airport in possession of six kilograms — 13,000 pills — of ecstasy in his suitcase and another kilo of “raw drug material of great worth,” according to the ultra-Orthodox news site B’hadrei Haredim.