Bill supporting God-given Greater Israel comes to New Mexico

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Israeli settlements in the West Bank (Photo: Reuters)

Israeli settlements in the West Bank (Photo: Reuters)

In June 2011, an effort to codify state legislative support for Israel’s right to control the occupied territories kicked off in South Carolina.

Since then, similar resolutions have passed in five other states–with New Mexico the latest legislature to consider the measure.  No votes have been cast on the resolution so far in the state, and local activists have put up a fight against it.  The effort would put New Mexico on the record as supporting a God-given Greater Israel.

Like all the others, the New Mexico legislation “commends” Israel for its “beneficial” relationship with the U.S. and the state. It claims a biblical mandate for Israel and states that a 1922 League of Nations resolution legitimized Jewish control over “Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem.”

While the exact language on these measures changes from state to state, the tenor and general text of each bill are similar.  Republican state Representative Yvette Herrell introduced the New Mexico resolution in early January.  Herrell did not respond to inquiries for comment.

In an e-mail Herrell sent to one opponent of the bill, the representative explained that “the importance of Israel’s Biblical history to Jews and Christians is a simple matter of fact that is referred to for the sake of context and understanding.”  Herrell also directed the opponent to look at the website MythsandFacts.org, which she said backed the resolution’s claims up.  Created by pro-Israel businessman and AIPAC Executive Council member Eli Hertz, the website claims that there is no Palestinian people and that Palestinian society  “sacrifices its own youth for political gain.”

“The house of representatives supports Israel in its legal, historical, moral and God-given right of self-governance and self-defense upon the entirety of its own lands, recognizing that Israel is neither an attacking force nor an occupier of the lands of others, and that peace can be afforded the region only through a whole and united Israel,” the bill reads.

The Zionist Organization of America (ZOA), the oldest pro-Israel group in the U.S., pushed for the bill to pass in a number of state legislatures, including New Mexico, though they signed on to the effort only after a South Carolina legislator penned his own version.  “We’ve been in touch with many, many state legislatures.  New Mexico is one of the legislatures we were in touch with a while back,” said Morton Klein, the president of the ZOA.  “It’s important to not simply talk about security issues, as if security is the only reason Israel wants to hold onto certain territory. We should also make arguments for the political, legal and Biblical religious claims as well. And this is one way to do that.”

It has sailed through other state legislatures in deeply red states.  In the Oklahoma House, for instance, the resolution garnered the support of all 101 representatives.  But in New Mexico, activist groups like Jewish Voice for Peace, Peace And Justice Organizations Linking Arms (a project of the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice), Students for Justice in Palestine (University of New Mexico chapter), and the Coalition to Stop $30 Billion to Israel have lobbied legislators against the bill.  In an e-mail sent to supporters, the Jewish Voice for Peace chapter in Albuquerque blasted the resolution as privileging Judaism and Christianity over Islam and as supporting “a prescription for a caste system.”

The lobbying has had an impact. The House Judiciary Committee was originally set to hear the bill.  But the chair of the committee, progressive legislator Gail Chasey, decided to move it into the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee, where “it can be heard quickly and dispensed with quickly,” she told me in an interview.

“I was just alarmed at the title,” Chasey said.  “It’s designed for political purposes.  I mean, what are we doing in international relations? We’re a state legislature.”

The resolution’s roots lie in the pen of South Carolina lawmaker Alan Clemmons, who authored the measure that passed the state’s House of Representatives in 2011. Clemmons told the Jewish Daily Forward’s Josh Nathan-Kazis that the bill passed to “send a signal to Jews worldwide and to Israel that…we consider Judea and Samaria and East Jerusalem to be part of Israel, and what Israel decides to do with it is Israel’s business.”

As writer and analyst Mitchell Plitnick first reported, the Republican National Committee adopted the measure in January 2012.  The resolution then migrated to Florida, where the Zionist Organization of America slightly changed the text.  The ZOA took out some references to the Bible and replaced them by citing the 1922 League of Nations resolution, the Forward’s Nathan-Kazis reported.  It passed both bodies in the Florida state legislature in February 2012.

The latest legislative body to pass the resolution was the Georgia State Senate, which approved the measure in mid-January. A Los Angeles Times Op-Ed by Michael McGough, a senior editorial writer for the paper, criticized the resolution.

The New Mexico resolution is tentatively scheduled for discussion on February 18th, according one House staffer.  But if it’s up to Rep. Gail Chasey, the bill won’t move any further.

“I predict that it will die” in the Consumer and Public Affairs Committee, said Chasey. “People have their agendas and then all we do is kill it, if it’s ridiculous–which this is.”

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  1. W.Jones
    February 14, 2014, 2:37 pm

    To call it God-given Greater Israel means that Paul was wrong that Abraham’s descendants are Christians (Gal 3-4) and that Christian and Jewish nationalism are correct.

  2. American
    February 14, 2014, 2:41 pm

    Jews, Israel, the Christian Zios and the Bible as Government?
    There are too many imbeciles in this country.
    I keep wanting to fast forward all this insanity to see how it ends.

  3. Talkback
    February 14, 2014, 2:43 pm

    … and states that a 1922 League of Nations resolution legitimized Jewish control over “Judea, Samaria and eastern Jerusalem.”

    LOL. The lies are getting wierder and wierder.

    • powzon
      February 14, 2014, 4:15 pm

      It’s not just wierd, there’s a concerted effort behind this assertion: Over the last few years an interpretation of the 1920 San Remo Resolution, plus the Balfour Declaration, plus the Palestine Mandate, has been promoted as validating Jews’ right to a “national home” all the territories of Cis-Jordan and Trans-Jordan. This is a basis of the frequent claim that Israel has already given up most of the land to which it was entitled, by which they mean the territory of present-day Jordan.

      • Hostage
        February 14, 2014, 6:20 pm

        Over the last few years an interpretation of the 1920 San Remo Resolution, plus the Balfour Declaration, plus the Palestine Mandate, has been promoted as validating Jews’ right to a “national home” all the territories of Cis-Jordan and Trans-Jordan.

        The latest example was the Levy Commission report. Even if that were true, the government of Israel accepted a legal undertaking to implement resolution 181(II) during the hearings on its UN membership application. The UN partitioned Palestine into two states and explicitly terminated the rights of Jews to settle in the territory of the Arab state. UN General Assembly Resolution A/RES/48/158D, 20 December 1993 stipulated that the final settlement had to guarantee arrangements for peace and security of all States in the region, including those named in resolution 181 (II) of 29 November 1947, within secure and internationally recognized boundaries.

        The Knesset, the Israeli Justice ministry, and the Israeli High Court of Justice rejected the notion that Jews had a right to live in the occupied territory west of the Jordan river when they ordered the removal of Israeli settlers from Gaza. Judge Levy was the lone dissenting vote in the 10-1 decision of the Gaza Coast Council v Knesset case.

        The only Court with general jurisdiction to settle disputes regarding the interpretation of treaties or international law is the ICJ. It had to review all of these arguments about the Mandate instrument and the equally silly arguments about the Oslo Accords that had been advanced by the Israeli Foreign Ministry Chief Legal Counsel, Dr. Alan Baker (also a member of the Levy Commission). The Court had to do that as part of its analysis of the legal status of the territory in the Wall case. It found that Israel had established the settlements in violation of international law.

        In his Western Sahara, Advisory Opinion Judge Gros explained:

        …. when the Court gives an advisory opinion on a question of law it states the law. The absence of binding force does not transform the judicial operation into a legal consultation, which maybe made use of or not according to choice. The advisory opinion determines the law applicable to the question put; it is possible for the body which sought the opinion not to follow it in its action, but that body is aware that no position adopted contrary to the Court’s pronouncement will have any effectiveness whatsoever in the legal sphere

      • Talkback
        February 15, 2014, 7:20 am

        It’s not just wierd, there’s a concerted effort behind this assertion:

        I know. They just need mindless sheep running around blating this nonsense in hope that nobody knows the truth.

        Over the last few years an interpretation of the 1920 San Remo Resolution, plus the Balfour Declaration, plus the Palestine Mandate, has been promoted as validating Jews’ right to a “national home” all the territories of Cis-Jordan and Trans-Jordan. This is a basis of the frequent claim that Israel has already given up most of the land to which it was entitled, by which they mean the territory of present-day Jordan.

        There is nothing in the mandate to even indicate that Jewish foreigners would have

        1.) a RIGHT to a national home
        2.) in ALL of Palestine and even
        3.) in ALL of Transjordan or that they were
        4.) “entitled” to this territory.

        It was Great Britain the Occupier of Palestine who gave himself against the wishes of the population and the principle of self determination a pseudo legitimation called mandate to facilitate immigration of foreign Jews and land purchase by Jews within Palestine, but while ensuring the “rights” of the Nonjewish communities.

        What is even more disturbing than the Zionist lies is that some Jews don’t seem to have any problem with this form of colonialism or with deriving pseudo rights or entitlements from it. And they don’t even have a problem with Apartheid by implying that the rights of a 10% (in 1919 or 33% in 1948) Jewish minority to self determination would outweigh the same rights of a non-Jewish majority. And nowadays the don’t even have a problem to keep Nonjews expelled and denationalized to maintain a Jewish majority and to call the state “Jewish”.

  4. American
    February 14, 2014, 2:58 pm

    Here’s some more crazy. France cant break its Vichy France habit. First it was occupied by the the Nazis, now its occupied by the Israelis.

    France Crackdown on Boycott Israel Activists Sparks Backlash
    How Does Anti-Israel Protest Amount to Hate Speech?

    By Cnaan Liphshiz
    Published February 14, 2014.

    Paris — (JTA) — When Farida Trichine and 11 of her friends burst into a French supermarket in 2009 and began applying stickers with anti-Israel slogans to vegetables imported from the Jewish state, she expected to be escorted from the store by police.

    What she didn’t expect was to be convicted of inciting racial hatred and slapped with a $650 fine.

    Three months ago, a court in Colmar convicted the 12 activists under a French law that extended the definition of discrimination beyond the expected parameters of race, religion and sexual orientation to include members of national groups.

    What Trichine, who was wearing a “boycott Israel” shirt during the protest, saw as a protected act of political speech was being treated by the authorities like a hate crime.

    “It’s surprising that our actions are considered a crime when the real criminals are the colonists, the butchers of Gaza,” Trichine said in a video message in 2011, soon after her legal troubles began.

    Trichine, 54, is one of approximately 20 anti-Israel activists who have been convicted under France’s so-called Lellouche law. Named for the Jewish parliamentarian who introduced it in 2003, the law is among the world’s most potent legislative tools to fight the growing Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, or BDS, and has catapulted France to the forefront of efforts to counter the movement through legal means.

    “The French government and judiciary’s determination in fighting discrimination, and the Lellouche law especially, are exemplary for Belgium and other nations where discriminatory BDS is happening,” said Joel Rubinfeld, co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament and president of the Belgian League Against Anti-Semitism.

    French authorities have acted aggressively in recent weeks to crack down on anti-Israel and anti-Jewish speech, most prominently by banning a tour by the comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala, who has been convicted multiple times of belittling the Holocaust and alleging that a Jewish mafia runs France, among other offenses. But the dragnet has also swept up BDS protesters whose actions have targeted Israel, not Jews.

    Pro-Israel activists in neighboring Belgium are pushing for a similar law to Lellouche, hoping it might also put a dent in BDS activities in that country. No other countries have followed France’s lead.

    In France, the official crackdown is sparking a backlash from activists who argue that the Lellouche law is too restrictive of free speech”

    continued….
    Read more: http://forward.com/articles/192807/france-crackdown-on-boycott-israel-activists-spark/?p=all#ixzz2tKGX6hdt

    • Daniel Rich
      February 14, 2014, 11:52 pm

      @ American,

      Ra. – Count. – Pop. – % of Jewry
      1 – Israel – 5,901,100 – 42.9%
      2 – US – 5,425,000 – 39.5%
      3 – France – 480,000 – 3.5%

      http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Judaism/jewpop.html

      Coincidence?

      • American
        February 16, 2014, 8:33 am

        @ Rich

        Israelis making a big push t0 get French Jews to immigrate to Israel—needs their education and money.
        Zios trying to stir up anti semitism fears to get them to leave.

  5. Kathleen
    February 14, 2014, 3:10 pm

    Fundamentalist are real problems everywhere

    • bilal a
      February 15, 2014, 9:25 am

      yup electric torture of Muslims is one thing, but when they start fining , or torturing liberals, well , that’s going too far:

      “Khaled Dawoud, a liberal activist, said at least three detainees said they had suffered electric shocks. “I was electrocuted in my genitals,” he quoted one as saying, posting the account on his Twitter feed as the session was under way.

      “This is a return to the politics of the Mubarak era in a more aggressive manner. It is an alarming sign of what the future holds,” Dawoud told Reuters. ”
      http://www.iol.co.za/news/africa/secular-activists-complain-of-police-torture-1.1645450#.Uv91Q4Xvl3k

  6. RudyM
    February 14, 2014, 3:24 pm

    I don’t pay as much attention to New Mexico state politics as I ought to, but I will be on this shortly. Unbelievable. I doubt it would go anywhere though.

    • Daniel Rich
      February 14, 2014, 6:39 pm

      @ RudyM,

      Q: Unbelievable. I doubt it would go anywhere though.

      R: Did you miss ‘Since then, similar resolutions have passed in five other states–with New Mexico the latest legislature to consider the measure.’?

      • RudyM
        February 15, 2014, 10:45 pm

        I still don’t think we are the sort of state where this can pass. This isn’t Texas.

  7. The Truth
    February 14, 2014, 4:58 pm

    I’m from New Mexico, and many that are aware of the legislation (most aren’t) think its a joke, and won’t pass.

    If it does, we’ve got hundreds of people ready to raise hell on campus, as well as the interest of various local and student groups.

    • thetruthhurts
      February 14, 2014, 7:42 pm

      truth-you’re getting real close.
      don’t take anything for granted here. that many people think its a joke is not the point here.
      its the fact that there’s a systematic concertet effort across the US by these type of israeli-loving jews to impose their will and dictate to americans about their allegiance to a foreign country.

  8. Denis
    February 14, 2014, 6:27 pm

    Thanks, Alex. This article has bumped me up to a whole new level of incredulity at the power of the Israel-firsters. I am not appalled easily, but here I am.

    I can get my mind around the way they could control Congress with their bribery otherwise known as “lobbying.” That is just the way the American system is built, and everybody knows it and it seems to be OK with the slugs that comprise the American grass-roots. And the zios only need 300 or so votes in Congress to control the whole, disgusting shebang, starting with Lindsay Graham and John McCain.

    (Lindsay Graham. Hmmm. Tell me it’s just a coincidence that S. Carolina was the first state to take up the flag of zionism.)

    But how does this work at the state level? I mean does AIPAC or ZOA or whomever have enough cash that they can put shekels into the pockets of a majority of state lawmakers for all 50 states? There must be 5000 of them, all tolled. And what then? Does this thing go down to the next level — local government? OK, Brooklyn, sure. But what about Richmond, VA, or Omaha, NE? Do these zionists have the resources to control governments at all levels? Does this zionist rot of the American system of federalism have no limits?

    Then I’m thinkin’ maybe this is good. My experience is that people get far more passionate about what their state lawmakers are doing than what their federal ones are doing. If the dialog takes place x50, there will be a lot more noise. But there has to be the dialog and that requires anti-zionist activists in each state to be on the alert and start ringing the bell as soon as this crap comes to town, otherwise the “people’s representatives” ( ha, ha, ha) will be selling them out to Israel behind their backs. (I don’t know if Mississippi has any anti-zionist activists. Or West Virginia. Or . . .)

  9. Daniel Rich
    February 14, 2014, 6:37 pm

    Once I can kill someone and get away with it claiming ‘God made me do it…’ we’ll discuss that entity’s sanity and not mine. It’s still a dog in the mirror though…

  10. Bumblebye
    February 14, 2014, 7:18 pm

    “Peter Hain is right – the two state solution is dead”
    http://www.leftfutures.org/2014/02/peter-hain-is-right-the-two-state-solution-is-dead

    “In his recent contribution to the Israel-Palestine debate, Peter Hain did something remarkable. In a speech at Swansea University, the Labour MP, former Northern Ireland secretary, and veteran anti-apartheid campaigner broke with the consensus that a two-state solution spells the best chance of securing a just and peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

    Interesting. That blog is one of the very few labour left ones that isn’t PEP. Apart from being a sell-out to the Blairite faction, Hain’s anti-apartheid creds are impeccable. Perhaps there’s going to be movement. Some of the comments – particularly Jon Lansman’s (he writes at the Guardian) are interesting and informative too.

  11. Edward Q
    February 14, 2014, 8:32 pm

    I thought there was supposed to be a separation of church and state in the U.S.

  12. just
    February 14, 2014, 9:43 pm

    wtf does any legislature in this country have to do with designating anything in any foreign land????????? Or to make laws wrt to foreign policy?

    A bunch of miscreants, idiots, and mole- hole- dwellers.

    blind, blind, blind– uneducated, ineducable, and far too big for their panties.

    I guess they’ve never heard of/lived in the real world.

  13. piotr
    February 15, 2014, 2:09 am

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the house of representatives
    supports Israel in its legal, historical, moral and God-given
    right of self-governance and self-defense upon the entirety of
    its own lands, recognizing that Israel is neither an attacking
    force nor an occupier of the lands of others, and that peace
    can be afforded the region only through a whole and united
    Israel

    Hm. Can an American legislature make determinations what is “God-given” and what is not? Was separation of Church and state an idiotic idea or not? I think that this bill is a very good example that in actuality, it is a very good idea.

    Apart from that, it is hard to find a single true statement in the “whereas” clauses. Is the relationship between USA and Israel “cordial” when a number of ministers and key parliamentarians refer to US government with contempt and ridicule? I single out that statement over many others because the “cordial relationship” is the main theme of the proposed resolution.

  14. just
    February 15, 2014, 7:29 am

    “recognizing that Israel is neither an attacking force nor an occupier of the lands of others”

    well, that is total BS.

    Lies built upon lies…………….we’ll huff and we’ll puff and we’ll tear that odious wall down, expose the wizard, and Israel will have a choice. It can remain a pariah statelet with undeclared nukes or not.

  15. Talkback
    February 15, 2014, 8:22 am

    Fascinating to see a state legislator focussing on the needs of foreigners far away in a foreign country instead of the needs of New Mexicans in her own.

    On the other hand this bill passed congress in 1991:

    Whereas Congress recognizes the historical tradition of ethical values and principles which are the basis of civilized society and upon which our great Nation was founded;

    Whereas these ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws;

    Whereas without these ethical values and principles the edifice of civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos;

    Whereas society is profoundly concerned with the recent weakening of these principles that has resulted in crises that beleaguer and threaten the fabric of civilized society;

    Whereas the justified preoccupation with these crises must not let the citizens of this Nation lose sight of their responsibility to transmit these historical ethical values from our distinguished past to the generations of the future;

    Whereas the Lubavitch movement has fostered and promoted these ethical values and principles throughout the world;

    Whereas Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, leader of the Lubavitch movement, is universally respected and revered and his eighty-ninth birthday falls on March 26, 1991; …

    Whereas in tribute to this great spiritual leader, `the rebbe’, this, his ninetieth year will be seen as one of `education and giving’, the year in which we turn to education and charity to return the world to the moral and ethical values contained in the Seven Noahide Laws; and

    Whereas this will be reflected in an international scroll of honor signed by the President of the United States and other heads of state: Now, therefore, be it

    Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That March 26, 1991, the start of the ninetieth year of Rabbi Menachem Schneerson, leader of the worldwide Lubavitch movement, is designated as `Education Day, U.S.A.’. The President is requested to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the United States to observe such day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

    Speaker of the House of Representatives.
    Vice President of the United States and
    President of the Senate.

    http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c102:H.J.RES.104.ENR:

    No lets get some education from Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson:

    “Two contrary types of soul exist, a non-Jewish soul comes from three satanic spheres, while the Jewish soul stems from holiness.”
    “… the body of a Jewish person is of a totally different quality from the body of [members] of all nations of the world … The body of a Jewish embryo is on a higher level than is the body of a non-Jew”
    “A Jew was not created as a means for some [other] purpose; he himself is the purpose, since the substance of all [divine] emanations was created only to serve the Jews.”
    http://mailstar.net/shahak2.html

  16. UpSIDEdown
    February 15, 2014, 11:51 am

    Thanks to everyone who has compassion and understanding of another s obligation to stand up for those who are oppressed. I have to say its people like everyone here who are consistent with their support of the Palestinians our speaking out has had to have a difference in some way. Yesterday I was surprised and pleased that instead of receiving maybe 1-2 tweets on my posts of this nature, I received 23 .I actually felt myself tearing up. I think since Obama had mentioned that the Iran sanctions is not in America National security interest things began to change, I imagine people took that as their cue. What were seeing is a clear indication that Israel has no plans to settle.. Because if they did these continuous threats and more anti boycotting bills would not be happening as much as they are.I truly hope the pals get rid of ABBAS he will be the death of them I think he’s more afraid of this peace deal being successful. He’s a snake and if he’s not removed that in itself is further prof that the Pals have absolutely no say, there is no doubt that they must be livid with what he’s offered ..On a brighter note Israel claims that the dome from the US will cover all of Israel and no rockets will get through so That has to mean no more killing Pals., It would seem they can no longer use the rocket threats against them. Must be why we are hearing of daily shootings and not a word does the world say what a spineless bunch of world leaders we have.

  17. James Canning
    February 15, 2014, 2:09 pm

    How wonderful. Foolish politicians in New Mexico want to thank Israel for undermining the national security interests of the American people.

  18. lobewyper
    February 15, 2014, 6:25 pm

    It never ceases to amaze me how frequently the Israelis shoot themselves in the foot. Do they really think Americans wish to favor their tiny country over all others by showering them with money, weapons, and blantant favoritism? Do they expect the people/elected representatives of this country to resolve, as individual states, their right to “greater Israel?” To thumb their nose at international law? Talk about doing things that bring discredit upon their collective! There have got to be people within the Israel and within the Diaspora that have better judgment than this. At a time when most Americans are struggling, we are supposed to give Israel 3 billion a year in aid? For what purpose? It just doesn’t make any sense to me.

    • James Canning
      February 15, 2014, 7:31 pm

      But it makes sense to the politicians essentially on the take.

    • American
      February 15, 2014, 7:35 pm

      lobewyper says:
      February 15, 2014 at 6:25 pm
      It never ceases to amaze me how frequently the Israelis shoot themselves in the foot. Do they really think Americans wish to favor their tiny country over all others by showering them with money, weapons, and blantant favoritism?
      >>>

      I believe they truly think Americans are stupid for one thing. And Israel knows it has and can keep many ignorant of Israel and lobby facts because of the US Zio zio control of our media.
      The net has sort of cleared up some of that ignorance.
      I am waiting for the final coup by Israel or the Lobby to create a blow- up that falls out all over the public and cant be covered up.
      IOW….I am waiting for the time when they go …”uh oh, I fear we have woken a sleeping gaint”

    • ritzl
      February 15, 2014, 8:04 pm

      And…that their kids are subject to the treasury-draining, if not personal harm, reality of perpetual war as lobbied for by/in support of Israel (at least by implication; i.e. if that’s not explicitly the case, then ffs minimize the possibility and shift the “conversation”).

      Or in the specific case of NM, with ABQ being both the largest city AND a government town, would NM legislators favor a tiny country over their own self-interest? The current ones might, but then that becomes a local (i.e. real) and legitimate election question. Do you favor aid to Israel or more money to Sandia (or KAFB, or WSMR, or Holloman/Alomogordo, or, well you name it. Government State, actually.)?

      The answer seems clear, but it might not be within our media “haze.” Still, I hope someone asks and presses, “The Question.”

      This is an “under the radar” effort. The more it’s shown to be in direct and unambiguous conflict with NM interests, the sooner it goes away. Maybe even in the sense of “turning the tide”/precedent for rejecting other such efforts in other states.

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