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Black market

black marketunderground economy, or shadow economy is a clandestine market or series of transactions that has some aspect of illegality or is not compliant with an institutional set of rules. If the rule defines the set of goods and services whose production and distribution is prohibited or restricted by law, non-compliance with the rule constitutes a black-market trade since the transaction itself is illegal. Such transactions include the illegal drug trade[clarification needed]prostitution (where prohibited), illegal currency transactions, and human trafficking.[1] [2][3]

Participants try to hide their illegal behavior from the government or regulatory authority.[4] Cash is the preferred medium of exchange in illegal transactions, since cash transactions are less easily traced.[5] Common motives for operating in black markets are to trade contraband, avoid taxes and regulations, or evade price controls or rationing. Typically, the totality of such activity is referred to with the definite article, e.g., “the black market in bush meat”.

The black market is distinct from the grey market, in which commodities are distributed through channels that, while legal, are unofficial, unauthorized, or unintended by the original manufacturer, and the white market, in which trade is legal and official.

Black money is the proceeds of an illegal transaction, on which income and other taxes have not been paid, and which can only be legitimised[clarification needed] by some form of money laundering. Because of the clandestine nature of the black economy, it is not possible to determine its size and scope.[6]

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Heroin, also known as diacetylmorphine and diamorphine among other names,[1] is a morphinan opioid substance synthesized from the dried latex of the Papaver somniferum plant; it is mainly used as a recreational drug for its euphoric effects. Medical-grade diamorphine is used as a pure hydrochloride salt. Various white and brown powders sold illegally around the world as heroin are routinely diluted with cutting agentsBlack tar heroin is a variable admixture of morphine derivatives—predominantly 6-MAM (6-monoacetylmorphine), which is the result of crude acetylation during clandestine production of street heroin.[3] Heroin is used medically in several countries to relieve pain, such as during childbirth or a heart attack, as well as in opioid replacement therapy.[8][9][10]

It is typically injected, usually into a vein, but it can also be snorted, smoked, or inhaled. In a clinical context, the route of administration is most commonly intravenous injection; it may also be given by intramuscular or subcutaneous injection, as well as orally in the form of tablets.[11][3][12][13] The onset of effects is usually rapid and lasts for a few hours.[3]

Common side effects include respiratory depression (decreased breathing), dry mouth, drowsiness, impaired mental function, constipation, and addiction.[12] Use by injection can also result in abscessesinfected heart valvesblood-borne infections, and pneumonia.[12] After a history of long-term use, opioid withdrawal symptoms can begin within hours of the last use.[12] When given by injection into a vein, heroin has two to three times the effect of a similar dose of morphine.[3] It typically appears in the form of a white or brown powder.[12]

Treatment of heroin addiction often includes behavioral therapy and medications.[12] Medications can include buprenorphinemethadone, or naltrexone.[12] A heroin overdose may be treated with naloxone.[12] An estimated 17 million people as of 2015 use opiates, of which heroin is the most common,[14][15] and opioid use resulted in 122,000 deaths.[16] The total number of heroin users worldwide as of 2015 is believed to have increased in Africa, the Americas, and Asia since 2000.[17] In the United States, approximately 1.6 percent of people have used heroin at some point.[12][18] When people die from overdosing on a drug, the drug is usually an opioid and often heroin.[14][19]

Heroin was first made by C. R. Alder Wright in 1874 from morphine, a natural product of the opium poppy.[20] Internationally, heroin is controlled under Schedules I and IV of the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs,[21] and it is generally illegal to make, possess, or sell without a license.[22] About 448 tons of heroin were made in 2016.[17] In 2015, Afghanistan produced about 66% of the world’s opium.[14] Illegal heroin is often mixed with other substances such as sugar, starchcaffeinequinine, or other opioids like fentanyl.[3][23]


Cocaine (from French: cocaïne, from Spanishcoca, ultimately from Quechua: kúka)[13] is a tropane alkaloid that acts as a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant. As an extract, it is mainly used recreationally, and often illegally for its euphoric and rewarding effects. It is also used in medicine by Indigenous South Americans for various purposes and rarely, but more formally, as a local anaesthetic or diagnostic tool by medical practitioners in more developed countries. It is primarily obtained from the leaves of two Coca species native to South America: Erythroxylum coca and E. novogranatense.[14][15] After extraction from the plant, and further processing into cocaine hydrochloride (powdered cocaine), the drug is administered by being either snorted, applied topically to the mouth, or dissolved and injected into a vein. It can also then be turned into free base form (typically crack cocaine), in which it can be heated until sublimated and then the vapours can be inhaled.[12]

Cocaine stimulates the mesolimbic pathway in the brain.[15] Mental effects may include an intense feeling of happinesssexual arousalloss of contact with reality, or agitation.[12] Physical effects may include a fast heart rate, sweating, and dilated pupils.[12] High doses can result in high blood pressure or high body temperature.[16] Onset of effects can begin within seconds to minutes of use, depending on method of delivery, and can last between five and ninety minutes.[12] As cocaine also has numbing and blood vessel constriction properties, it is occasionally used during surgery on the throat or inside of the nose to control pain, bleeding, and vocal cord spasm.[17]

Cocaine crosses the blood–brain barrier via a proton-coupled organic cation antiporter[18][19] and (to a lesser extent) via passive diffusion across cell membranes.[20] Cocaine blocks the dopamine transporter,[21] inhibiting reuptake of dopamine from the synaptic cleft into the pre-synaptic axon terminal; the higher dopamine levels in the synaptic cleft increase dopamine receptor activation in the post-synaptic neuron,[22][23] causing euphoria and arousal.[24] Cocaine also blocks the serotonin transporter and norepinephrine transporter, inhibiting reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrine from the synaptic cleft into the pre-synaptic axon terminal and increasing activation of serotonin receptors and norepinephrine receptors in the post-synaptic neuron, contributing to the mental and physical effects of cocaine exposure.[6]

A single dose of cocaine induces tolerance to the drug’s effects.[25] Repeated use is likely to result in addiction. Addicts who abstain from cocaine may experience prolonged craving lasting for many months.[26][27] Abstaining addicts also experience modest drug withdrawal symptoms lasting up to 24 hours, with sleep disruption, anxiety, irritability, crashing, depressiondecreased libidodecreased ability to feel pleasure, and fatigue being common.[28][15] Use of cocaine increases the overall risk of death, and intravenous use potentially increases the risk of trauma and infectious diseases such as blood infections and HIV through the use of shared paraphernalia. It also increases risk of strokeheart attack, cardiac arrhythmia, lung injury (when smoked), and sudden cardiac death.[15][29] Illicitly sold cocaine can be adulterated with fentanyllocal anestheticslevamisole, cornstarch, quinine, or sugar, which can result in additional toxicity.[30][31] In 2017, the Global Burden of Disease study found that cocaine use caused around 7,300 deaths annually.[32]

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Samson (/ˈsæmsən/Hebrew: שִׁמְשׁוֹן Šīmšōn “man of the sun”)[1][a] was the last of the judges of the ancient Israelites mentioned in the Book of Judges (chapters 13 to 16) and one of the last leaders who “judged” Israel before the institution of the monarchy. He is sometimes considered as an Israelite version of the popular Near Eastern folk hero also embodied by the Sumerian Gilgamesh and Enkidu, as well as the Greek Heracles.[2] Samson was given superhuman powers by God in the form of extreme strength.

The biblical account states that Samson was a Nazirite and that he was given immense strength to aid him against his enemies and allow him to perform superhuman feats,[3] including slaying a lion with his bare hands and (after offending groomsmen at his wedding to a Philistine), massacring a Philistine army with a donkey‘s jawbone. The cutting of Samson’s long hair would violate his Nazirite vow and nullify his ability.[4]

Samson is betrayed by his lover Delilah, who, sent by Philistine officials to entice him,[5] orders a servant to cut his hair while he is sleeping and turns him over to the Philistines, who gouge out his eyes and force him to mill grain at Gaza City. While there, his hair begins to grow again. When the Philistines take Samson into their temple of Dagon, Samson asks to rest against one of the support pillars. After being granted permission, he prays to God and miraculously recovers his strength, allowing him to bring down the columns – collapsing the temple and killing both himself and the Philistines. In some Jewish traditions, Samson is believed to have been buried in Zorah in Israel overlooking the Sorek valley (also considered his birthplace).[6]

Samson has been the subject of rabbinicChristian, and Islamic commentary, with some Christians viewing him as a type of Jesus, based on similarities between their lives. Notable depictions of Samson include John Milton‘s closet drama Samson Agonistes and Cecil B. DeMille‘s 1949 Hollywood film Samson and Delilah. Samson also plays a major role in Western art and traditions.

Biblical narrative


According to the account in the Book of Judges, Samson lived during a time of repeated conflict between Israel and Philistia, when God was disciplining the Israelites by giving them “into the hand of the Philistines“.[7] Manoah was an Israelite from Zorah, descended from the Danites,[8] and his wife had been unable to conceive.[9][10] The Angel of the Lord appears to Manoah’s wife and proclaims that the couple would soon have a son who would begin to deliver the Israelites from the Philistines.[11]

The Angel of the Lord states that Manoah’s wife was to abstain[12] from all alcoholic drinksunclean foods, and her promised child was not to shave or cut his hair. He was to be a Nazirite from birth. In ancient Israel, those wanting to be especially dedicated to God for a time could take a Nazirite vow which included abstaining from wine and spirits, not cutting hair or shaving, and other requirements.[9][10][11] Manoah’s wife believes the Angel of the Lord; her husband was not present, so he prays and asks God to send the messenger once again to teach them how to raise the boy who is going to be born.

After the Angel of the Lord returns, Manoah asks him his name, but he says, “Why do you ask my name? It is beyond understanding.”[13] Manoah then prepares a sacrifice, but the Angel of the Lord will only allow it to be for God. He touches it with his staff, miraculously engulfing it in flames, and then ascends into the sky in the fire. This is such dramatic evidence of the nature of the Messenger that Manoah fears for his life, since it was said that no one could live after seeing God. However, his wife convinces him that, if God planned to slay them, he would never have revealed such things to them. In due time, their son Samson is born, and he is raised according to the angel’s instructions.[10][11]

Marriage to a Philistine

When he is a young adult, Samson leaves the hills of his people to see the cities of Philistia. He falls in love with a Philistine woman from Timnah, whom he decides to marry, ignoring the objections of his parents over the fact that she is not an Israelite.[10][11][14] In the development of the narrative, the intended marriage is shown to be part of God’s plan to strike at the Philistines.[11]

According to the biblical account, Samson is repeatedly seized by the “Spirit of the Lord,” who blesses him with immense strength.


Later, Samson travels to Gaza, where he sees a prostitute (Hebrew: אִשָּׁ֣ה זוֹנָ֔ה) and visits her.[22] His enemies wait at the gate of the city to ambush him, but he tears the gate from its very hinges and frame and carries it to “the hill that is in front of Hebron“.[22]

He then falls in love with Delilah in the valley of Sorek.[19][21][22][24] The Philistines approach Delilah and induce her with 1,100 silver coins to find the secret of Samson’s strength so that they can capture their enemy,[22] but Samson refuses to reveal the secret and teases her, telling her that he will lose his strength if he is bound with fresh bowstrings.[22] She does so while he sleeps, but when he wakes up he snaps the strings.[22] She persists, and he tells her that he can be bound with new ropes. She ties him up with new ropes while he sleeps, and he snaps them, too.[22] She asks again, and he says that he can be bound if his locks are woven into a weaver’s loom.[22] She weaves them into a loom, but he simply destroys the entire loom and carries it off when he wakes.[22]

Delilah, however, persists and Samson finally capitulates and tells Delilah that God supplies his power because of his consecration to God as a Nazirite, symbolized by the fact that a razor has never touched his head and that if his hair is cut off the vow would be broken and he would lose his strength.[25][26][24] Delilah then woos him to sleep “in her lap” and called in the servants to cut his hair.


One day, the Philistine leaders assemble in a temple for a religious sacrifice to Dagon, one of their most important deities, for having delivered Samson into their hands.[22][27] They summon Samson so that people can watch him perform for them. The temple is so crowded that people are even climbing onto the roof to watch – and all the rulers of the entire government of Philistia have gathered there too, some 3,000 people in all.[24][27][28] Samson is led into the temple, and he asks his captors to let him lean against the supporting pillars to rest. However, while in prison his hair had begun to grow again.[29] He prays for strength and God gives him strength to break the pillars, causing the temple to collapse, killing him and the people inside.[30]

After his death, Samson’s family recovered his body from the rubble and buried him near the tomb of his father Manoah.[27] A tomb structure which some attribute to Samson and his father stands on the top of the mountain in Tel Tzora,[31] although a separate tradition passed down by the traveler Isaac Chelo in 1334 alleges that Samson was buried at the monument known as al-Jārib in Sheikh Abū Mezār, a village (now ruin) located near Tel Beit Shemesh.[32] Near the village there used to be shown a hewn rock, known as Qal’at al-mafrazah, on whose top and sides are quarried different impressions and thought to be the altar built by Manoah.[32] At the conclusion of Judges 16, it is said that Samson had “judged” Israel for twenty years.[22]


Christian interpretations

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