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shisha

(shē′shă) [Persian (Farsi) shishe, a bottle]
1. Water pipe.
2. A damp blend of fresh tobacco leaves flavored with molasses, honey, mint, cinnamon, etc., traditionally smoked in a water pipe.
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What was seized is the biggest haul of shisha and we are still going to crack down on the others who have interest in breaking the law," Mr Ipara told the Nation by phone.
The council mounted an investigation into Suede, which trumpets shisha flavours like 'iron bru mist',' after problems were noted at the venue in March 2018.
Nadine Chatila, AUBMC's director of communications and public relations, told The Daily Star that shisha's availability in Lebanon poses a real health risk.
'There is a misconception about shisha. Shisha has no secondary smoke and has only 0.01 tar so it is less harmful than cigarettes," he added.
According to a recent study conducted on shisha smokers, 81% of citizens were found to be spending about 10% of their incomes on daily shisha consumption.
centers and the smokers are sent behind the bars as a ban on the orders of Lahore High Court was imposed on Shisha Hookah cafes and smoking at public places.
The inspections led to two Cardiff shisha bars - Albasha Cafe in City Road and Royal Coast Cafe in Charles Street - pleading guilty to failing to prevent smoking in smokefree areas before magistrates on August 16.
"After that, smoking and offering shisha is allowed, provided there is no presence of pregnant women and children under the age of 18."
Other countries across the globe that have equally banned shisha and shisha bars are Pakistan, Jordan, Singapore, and Saudi Arabia.
So Shisha strategy has been drawn up by council officials in a bid to oversee the venues which are springing up across the city as it grows in popularity.