The Hashishan

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  1. Digar says:
    A branch of the Nizari Ismaili sect of Shia Islam, the story of the Hashashin goes back to the death in CE of Imam Jafar question of succession after al-Sadiq’s death was the cause of division among Shiites who considered his eldest son Ismail, who had reportedly died before his father, to be the next imam, and those who believed his third son, Musa al-Kadhim, was the imam.
  2. Dairn says:
    Definition of hashish: the concentrated resin from the flowering tops of female hemp plants (Cannabis sativa or C. indica) that is smoked, chewed, or drunk for its intoxicating effect — called also charas, hash — compare bhang, marijuana.
  3. Kishicage says:
    THE HASHISHANS's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates.
  4. Brazilkree says:
    In the 12th and 13th centuries, the breakaway Shi'ite Ismaili sect found political and martial voice in the form of the Hashishin.
  5. Kezragore says:
    Psychoactive drug made from sieving the resin glands of the dried female Cannabis flowers and from pressing them with a source of heat. From Afghanistan to Morocco, you will commonly find local Hashish smokers actively pressing resin glands before smoking.
  6. Kigalabar says:
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  7. Gardale says:
    May 12,  · The Hashashin, also spelled Hashashiyyin or Hashshashin, were a radical sect within the Nizari Ismaili branch of Shi'i Islam. They formed during the 11th century and lasted until the 13th century. The group came to be known as something of an assassin's cult, a .
  8. Zuluk says:
    Oct 22,  · Hash (short for hashish) might be most accurately described as concentrate of cannabis. It is made by separating THC-bearing sap (resin) and “crystals” from coarser plant fibers, so that you are left with the essence of condensed product is several times denser and more powerful than the marijuana would be if it were simply cured and smoked.

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