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Four days had passed since Sabri Abu Khader, 24, was killed by Israeli fire near the Gaza border, and yesterday his four brothers insisted on fulfilling his mission, by protesting in the 13th consecutive Friday since the Great March of Return began.

Sabri was allegedly attempting to sabotage an Israeli surveillance camera in the area near the barrier north of Gaza Strip. The camera exploded and a number of the protesters were injured. The Palestinian ministry of health said Sabri was shot; Israelis said he was killed when “security infrastructure exploded.”

The death of Sabri Abu Khader. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

The four brothers– Ramzi 17, Yosuf, 18, Ahmed 16, and Haidar 21– said that they came today to complete their murdered brother’s mission by fixing a Palestinian flag of on the fence and trying to destroy a camera so as to “extinguish their anger,” as Haidar said.

Brothers of slain Gazan Sabri Abu Khader: Ramzi, Yousuf, Ahmed,, Haidar, June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

The brothers who took part in the 85th day since the beginning of the Great March of Return did not seem afraid of keep going forward to the fence; even if they “all are killed.” Their dead brother was married just five months ago.

Family mourns Sabri Abu Khader. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

“Sounds of these shots or the rain of tear gas bombs motivate us to go on,” Haidar told Mondoweiss. “We promised our dad to retaliate for Sabri, so the Israelis will not put an X mark on our family by easy killing.”

He said they were determined to break a camera, “as long as it makes them so mad.”

Gaza border. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

Ahmad added: “If we failed, then we will try to cross the fence wearing only tank tops, that is enough to provoke their anger peacefully.”

According to the Gaza’s Ministry of health, 133 protesters have been killed and more than 13,000 injured by Israeli fire since the rallies began on 30 March.

Gaza border. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

Of those injured, at least 4,000 have been wounded by live fire and another 500 by rubber-coated steel bullets, while more than 6,000 suffered from excessive tear gas inhalation, the ministry reported.

Large quantities of live bullets and tear gas were seen being fired against the protesters who were demonstrating at ‘Malaka’ area east of Gaza city. Demonstrators threw stones from behind burning tires toward Israeli sharpshooters in their fortified nests and others flew flaming kites and balloons with the names and faces of protesters killed during the nearly three months of rallies.

Fixing a photo of a killed Palestinian to a kite. June 23, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

Amid the crowds, Salha Yassin, 53, arrived with three of her daughters-in-law and grandsons on an auto-rickshaw to take part in the march. She said that participation here despite being exposed to gas bombs or stray bullets is better than sitting at home and “chatting nonsense with neighbors”.

Salha Yassin’s family arrives at Gaza fence by auto rickshaw. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

Salha’s daughter-in-law, Nesma, 21, mother of two children, told Mondoweiss, “Here we can develop a sense of patriotism among women, when it is believed that the house is the woman’s best place.”  She said she felt shame if a Friday had passed without her taking part. For it is at the Gaza border that “NO!” can be said loudly to Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Nesma completed two years of nursing studies and aspires to get a BA certificate in Cairo, and she said that after Israel’s killing of the 21-year-old volunteer paramedic Razan al-Najjar on June 1, she was so angry, “I am ready to volunteer by offering first aid to the wounded.”

Injured protester at Gaza border. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

As for the four Abu Khader brothers, it was unclear yesterday if they were able to achieve their goal– jammed among some 3,000 demonstrators who were close to the fence. But dozens of Palestinian flags were seen pinned on the fence, some torn by barbed wire and Israeli fire.

A slingshot at Gaza border. June 23, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

The protesters demand the “right of return” to their homes in historical Palestine, from which their families were driven in 1948 to make way for the new state of Israel. They also demand an end to Israel’s decade-long blockade, which has gutted the enclave’s economy and deprived its two million inhabitants of many basic needs.

Kite flying over Gaza. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

Meantime, Trump’s senior Middle East envoys met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss Israeli-Palestinian peace prospects, after holding separate talks with Arab leaders.

Washington has said it has a peace plan in the works that could be released soon. Israeli-Palestinian negotiations stalled in 2014 over disputes that have deepened with bloodshed in Gaza and the US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

Palestinian demonstrator. Gaza border. June 22, 2018. Photo by Mohammed Asad.

 

 

 

 

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  1. gamal
    June 23, 2018, 1:38 pm

    To whom should we complain?
    And who listens to our complaints?

    Should we complain of our death by humiliation to our lord and master?
    And will death bring us back to life?

    We are a herd of sheep and the butcher is our shepherd
    And we are exiles…walking in our own lands

    We carry our coffin for a castle
    And express our condolences…from ourselves…to ourselves

    Because our lord and master
    – May he live for ever – !!!

    Saw us as a “middle nation” (Islamic concept of moderation)
    So left us without a dunya (world) and without a deen (religion)

    Rulers, no, you have not betrayed us
    You have not shown yourselves as weak

    May our lord reward you
    You have turned our lands into a nightmare for our enemies

    You have granted our wishes
    And here is Al Aqsa thanking you

    For in your condemnations, at times
    and in your threats, at other times

    You have broken American’s nose
    So she did not move her embassy

    And if she did, God forbid
    We would have lost Palestine
    Rulers
    This victory is enough for you and enough for us
    Our congratulations.

    Ahmed Matar

  2. Citizen
    June 23, 2018, 1:58 pm

    Hard to see Trump’s picks offering a viable or wise new plan for peace–it seems more like a bad joke.

    • Stephen Shenfield
      June 23, 2018, 8:50 pm

      “Trump’s senior Middle East envoys met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss Israeli-Palestinian peace prospects, after holding separate talks with Arab leaders.”

      It means they are cooking up a new deal agreed in advance between the US, Israel, and ‘Arab leaders’ (i.e, the Egyptian generals and the Saudi king) to be imposed on the Palestinians, take it or leave it. A deal that will offer the Palestinians much less than in the past. They may even have agreed on how to punish the Palestinians if they say no.

      • Kay24
        June 24, 2018, 8:43 am

        Apparently Prince Salman of Saudi Arabia, met with Netanyahu in Jordan recently…the devils are up to no good…Iranians had better be very cautious. Arabs in the ME better realize that Salman, has gone over to the dark side, throwing the Palestinians and others under the bus. Netanyahu and Salman, two most dangerous creatures in the region.

      • Citizen
        June 25, 2018, 8:44 am

        They will do so; the reason is: Why Americans Oppose Investigating the #GazaMassacre: a stunning 81.5% of Americans say they never heard about the #GazaMassacre through any channel.
        https://original.antiwar.com/smith-grant/2018/05/29/americans-oppose-investigating-the-gaza-massacre/ #journalism #hasbara #MSM

      • Misterioso
        June 25, 2018, 10:44 am

        @Stephen Shenfield, et al

        For the record:

        https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-trump-s-deal-of-the-century-for-middle-east-peace-might-live-or-die-in-cairo-1.6199973

        Analysis: “Trump’s ‘Deal of the Century’ for the Middle East Might Live or Die in Cairo.”
        By Zvi Bar’el, Al Jazeera, June 23/18

        “Disagreeing with the Saudis, Egypt insists that East Jerusalem be the Palestinian capital, making it clear that any economic plan for Gaza is no substitute for a diplomatic plan accepted by the Palestinians.”

        EXCERPTS:

        “Egypt, which opened the Rafah crossing in mid-May in honor of Ramadan, will keep the crossings open for two more months until the Id al-Adha holiday, with the intention of leaving it open indefinitely. The crossing is now open not only for people but also for goods and construction materials, against Israel’s wishes. Thus Egypt is making clear to Israel that the closure policy on Gaza might collapse if Israel doesn’t agree to make things considerably easier for the Gazans.”

        “Meanwhile, Egypt, which is particularly worried about developments in Gaza, doesn’t fully accept the U.S. initiative. On Thursday, after a meeting between Egyptian President Abel-Fattah al-Sissi, Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and intelligence chief Abbas Kamel, who’s in charge of the Palestinian issue, presidential spokesman Bassam Radi announced: ‘Egypt supports all efforts and initiatives to reach a comprehensive agreement, based on international resolutions made in the past and on the principle of two states for two peoples in the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine.’”

        “King Abdullah of Jordan, who also met with U.S. envoys Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, is worried mainly about the Saudi intent to remove Jordan’s patronage at the holy places in Jerusalem, which it was promised in the Israel-Jordan peace agreement. Jordan is also worried about Israeli control over the Jordan Valley as part of a peace agreement. In the short term, Abdullah doesn’t oppose the separate economic development of Gaza, but he supports the traditional Arab position that Gaza and the West Bank not be separate entities.”

        “According to Arab sources, Saudi King Salman and his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, seem to disagree over this issue. While Mohammed is an enthusiastic supporter of the American plan and the separation of Gaza from the West Bank, his father is concerned about the criticism he could expect if he relinquished the principles of the 2002 Saudi peace initiative by splitting the ‘Palestinian problem’ into two parts and abandoning the position that East Jerusalem be the capital of Palestine.”

    • genesto
      June 25, 2018, 1:46 pm

      This so-called ‘peace plan’ will amount to nothing more than a demand for unconditional surrender, attempting to force the Palestinians to give up all legitimate claims, as supported by international law, for what might be described as better prison conditions.

      The corrupt Arab leadership in the region will support this worthless piece of paper, but the Palestinian people will not.

  3. Kay24
    June 23, 2018, 5:02 pm

    It seems The Presbyterian Assembly has voted overwhelmingly for BDS and support of Palestinians. 10 big wins. Great work by all.

    Late on the night of Friday, June 22, 2018, the Presbyterian Church (USA), which represents nearly 1.5 million Americans, voted overwhelmingly in support of justice for Palestinians through resolutions on everything from opposing legislation challenging boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) campaigns to defending the right to call Israel a colonial state!

    A slate of pro-justice resolutions, put forth by USCPR member group Israel Palestine Mission Network (IPMN), passed with overwhelming majorities. PC(USA) rejected resolutions whitewashing Israel’s treatment of Palestinians and instead cast votes:

    https://uscpr.org/2018-presbyterian-wins/

  4. Kay24
    June 23, 2018, 5:44 pm

    Jeremy Corbyn says he will recognize Palestine as a state if the Labour Party wins in the UK. We can expect the zionist lobby over there will fight hard to work against him, like they do here.

    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/palestine-state-recognition-jeremy-corbyn-labour-government-israel-soon-a8413796.html

    • Annie Robbins
      June 23, 2018, 6:23 pm

      hoping he stays alive too.

      • Kay24
        June 23, 2018, 9:05 pm

        I hope so, Annie. His voice is the only one that speaks for the Palestinians.
        The others seems to be muted by the same forces that silence our politicians and the media here.

      • genesto
        June 25, 2018, 1:50 pm

        That’s what worries me too. The more of a threat you become to the Zionist leadership, the more likely you are to have your career destroyed – and, if that’s not successful, to be murdered. Jeremy, if he hasn’t already, may reach that point if Labor wins.

      • Annie Robbins
        June 25, 2018, 1:59 pm

        i’m sure the worry has crossed the minds of many, not the few.

    • Nathan
      June 24, 2018, 8:25 pm

      If Jeremy Corbyn intends on recognizing the State of Palestine, then one can assume that this state indeed exists. Generally, in anti-Israel circles, we hear that the two-state arrangement is “dead” and the reality of one single state is now a fact of life. Obviously, if a pro-Israel activist would announce that the Palestinian state exists (and hence the grievance of statelessness has been removed from the list of grievances), the reaction would be that this is “Zionist propaganda”. However, if an anti-Israel activist announces the existence of a Palestinian state (and that’s the meaning of Jeremy Corbyn’s statement), then it’s a praiseworthy pro-Palestinian development.

      • Talkback
        June 25, 2018, 11:37 am

        Nathan: “Generally, in anti-Israel circles, we hear that the two-state arrangement is “dead” and the reality of one single state is now a fact of life.”

        Generally in reality the single state is a fact of life and there has NEVER been an Israeli interest in a SOUVEREIGN Palestinian state.

      • genesto
        June 25, 2018, 1:53 pm

        You can recognize the existence of a Palestinian ‘state’, as a people with nationalistic ambitions, without supporting the two-state solution.

      • Sibiriak
        June 25, 2018, 2:33 pm

        genesto : You can recognize the existence of a Palestinian ‘state’, as a people with nationalistic ambitions, without supporting the two-state solution.
        ———————————————
        And you can support a two-state solution without being a Zionist.

        Why do Zionists falsely claim BDS movement opposes two-state solution? by Ali Abunimah February 2013

        […] any informed person would know that the vast majority of organizations represented on the Palestinian Boycott National Committee (BNC) – the movement’s steering group and collective leadership – explicitly support a two-state solution. You can see a list of organizations that currently make up the BNC.

        Omar Barghouti makes this point in his book BDS: The Global Struggle for Palestinian Rights:

        While individual BDS activists and advocates may support diverse political solutions, the BDS movement as such does not adopt any specific formula and steers away from the one-state-versus-two-states debate , focusing instead on universal rights and international law, which constitute the solid foundation of the Palestinian consensus around the campaign. Incidentally, most networks, unions, and political parties in the BNC still advocate a two-state solution outside the realm of the BDS movement. (pages 51-52)

        https://electronicintifada.net/blogs/ali-abunimah/why-do-zionists-falsely-claim-bds-movement-opposes-two-state-solution

  5. Misterioso
    June 25, 2018, 11:11 am

    Short uplifting video re Gaza:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XluoY2xxeTk&feature=share

    May 23/18

    “We are not numbers” – Support youth voices in Gaza.

  6. brent
    June 25, 2018, 11:33 am

    Re: Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem, West, as Israel’s capital. While there is little question, that would have been better to have been a final status issue, I do not understand why it has become such a deal breaker for Palestinians. He has made it clear it didn’t include the question of sovereignty or borders over the city. The vehemence raises the question of Palestinian goals and whether they expect to live side by side with Israelis. If not, how can they expect world support? My reading is Trump has the wherewithal to stand up to the established order as indicated by calling the Korean War Games expensive and provocative. Seems this wherewithal is necessary for checking the last 70 years. Also, isn’t it an advantage having a President to whom the Israelis are indebted?

  7. jon s
    June 26, 2018, 6:37 am

    Meanwhile, the fires caused by the balloons and kites continue daily and so far the IDF has refrained from adopting a shoot-to-kill policy towards the terrorists launching them . This may change very soon as the destruction continues. When will it end? Are we expected to just sit back and watch our country burn?
    And I see no word of condemnation for the arson from most of the commenters here.
    See here:

    https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/MAGAZINE-a-drone-s-view-of-the-fires-around-gaza-1.6192575

    • Bumblebye
      June 26, 2018, 9:42 am

      This is just a rehash of your previous comment on this matter.

      what’s a little fire, a few flames, in comparison to the terrorism you have unleashed on Gaza?

      what’s a few burning kites in comparison to the thousands of dunums of destroyed vines and millions of destroyed olive trees? The settlement shit poured over growing crops? The mutilated livestock? The stolen livestock? The ripe crops stolen overnight?

      what’s a few ballons in comparison to the continued bombing sorties over Gaza, which have gone on at least every other day over the last few weeks?

      Palestinians are expected to “just sit back and” take what *you* dish out, and have been for 70 years.

      Jon s. The most hypocritical self described ‘leftist’ *ever*.

      • jon s
        June 26, 2018, 10:33 am

        It’s not “a few flames”, we’re talking about hundreds of fires, twenty or so every day, with extensive damage to crops, pasture, livestock, nature preserves and wildlife.
        So I’m asking: what can be done to stop it? What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?Any ideas?

      • echinococcus
        June 26, 2018, 11:04 am

        That same Ugly American, continuing his glorification of mass murder:

        It’s not “a few flames”, we’re talking about hundreds of fires, twenty or so every day, with extensive damage to crops, pasture, livestock, nature preserves and wildlife.
        So I’m asking: what can be done to stop it?

        Why stop it? It doesn’t belong to you anyway.

        What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?

        There can be no “legitimate response” by invaders whose very presence is illegitimate, except their going back home. Our loss, as we sure don’t need more of your kind in the States, but that’s how it is.

      • eljay
        June 26, 2018, 11:16 am

        || jon s: … What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?Any ideas? ||

        Iron Dome? Fire trucks? End the decades-long and on-going occupation and colonization of territory outside of Israel’s / Partition borders?

      • jon s
        June 26, 2018, 1:50 pm

        eljay,
        OK, I agree , it’s a deal.
        Now will they stop the fires?

      • eljay
        June 26, 2018, 2:25 pm

        || jon s: eljay,
        OK, I agree , it’s a deal.
        Now will they stop the fires? ||

        Since we have a deal, I think they should stop the fires.

      • Mooser
        June 26, 2018, 3:06 pm

        “OK, I agree , it’s a deal.”

        “Jon s”, don’t ever complain that anyone has ‘taken your credibility away’. You’re always ready to throw it away.

        “it’s a deal”? One you can make?

      • Talkback
        June 26, 2018, 3:37 pm

        jon s: “It’s not “a few flames”, we’re talking about hundreds of fires, twenty or so every day, with extensive damage to crops, pasture, livestock, nature preserves and wildlife.”

        When was the last time you asked this question, when Jews burned Palestinian property?

        jon s: “So I’m asking: what can be done to stop it? What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?Any ideas?”

        There can only one answer in for your Apartheid Junta. Treat Palestinians as if they were Jews.

      • RoHa
        June 26, 2018, 6:59 pm

        “What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?Any ideas?”

        Say you’re sorry, and put things right.

      • Mooser
        June 26, 2018, 10:24 pm

        “What would be considered a legitimate response by Israel to prevent any more fires?Any ideas?”

        Stop setting the fires and blaming Palestinians for Israeli insurance fraud. That would help, a lot.

    • Talkback
      June 26, 2018, 9:44 am

      Jon S: “This may change very soon as the destruction continues. When will it end? Are we expected to just sit back and watch our country burn?”

      If only the Palestinians had asked themselves this question since the 1930s reacted like the Israelis, right?

    • eljay
      June 26, 2018, 1:21 pm

      || jon s: Meanwhile, the fires caused by the balloons and kites continue daily and so far the IDF has refrained from adopting a shoot-to-kill policy towards the terrorists launching them . … ||

      Didn’t the IDF get your memo that it’s perfectly acceptable to massacre “armed terrorists or criminals”? What are they waiting for?

      • oldgeezer
        June 26, 2018, 8:24 pm

        jon s, is either a whimpering ninny or an outright liar that’s hungry for more killing of Palestinians. A number of GoI cabinet members have been calling for more illegal slaughter in Gaza for a number of weeks. They just never seem to get enough in a very very ghoulish way.

        There has been no catastrophe, or significant damage done in Israel by these fire kites. Israel is a modern (but very racist) country with an extensive inventory of fire fighting equipment including aerial assets. There has been no damage to settlements (and if there was then that would be great actually) or humans.

        Israel is like a common street gang governed by ex bouncers, pimps, drug pushers and other assorted low lifes. It and it’s supporters still behave like the bunch of thugs they always were.

        Great values! As in none.

      • jon s
        June 27, 2018, 11:00 am

        oldgeezer,
        Too bad that you can’t write a comment without personal insults and name-calling, but that’s your style…
        On topic: the damage from the kites and balloons has been extensive. Hundreds of fires have burned fields and crops, nature preserves, trees,livestock and wild animals. So far , thank God, there have been no human fatalities, but there’s no guarantee that such a calamity won’t occur. Those kites and balloons could ignite homes, schools, kindergartens and other civilian facilities.
        It looks like Hamas is trying to drag us -and their own people-into another major round of fighting. It’s a horrible situation.

      • oldgeezer
        June 27, 2018, 12:49 pm

        @jon s

        Repeating your stock phrase does not add it any credibility and it’s still bs.

        There have been no major incidents. It’s fire season in Israel so it’s fully prepared and staffed to deal with such incidents. These incidents are on the level of nuisance or harrassment.

        You ignored the Palestinian lives of those murdered by Israel during these incidents. How typical. You wonder why I see you as lower than pond scum.

        And it’s Israel, once again, that is itching for a fight. We’ve now learned there are plans to split and occupy Gaza. Israeli culture is like a drug addict that seems to need it’s fix of the blood and lives of others. I guess another few thousand deaths in Gaza will tide them over until they can persuade someone to kill a few million in Iran.

      • Bumblebye
        June 27, 2018, 12:58 pm

        No jon s, *you* are not ‘on topic’.

        the topic is *not* the damage from fires.

        the topic is the seige of Gaza, the injustice and criminality of your israeli regime to which the imprisoned population is trying to bring notice.

        You are so weak minded that you cannot see that. You have your mental ‘reset’ button that has Palestinian responses coming out of nowhere, all of a sudden, with no possible cause except hatred.

      • Mooser
        June 27, 2018, 1:45 pm

        . “It’s a horrible situation.” “Jon s”

        Gee, if it gets just a bit worse, you’ll have all the excuses you need to come back to the good ol’ USA. You didn’t sign up for this. And you can blame the right, and the settlers. win-win. Don’t wait too long, remember your entire family’s future is at stake.

      • Mooser
        June 27, 2018, 1:54 pm

        “Too bad that you can’t write a comment without personal insults and name-calling, but that’s your style…”

        “Jon s”, you had years of commenting before anybody got the least bit rough with you.

        And it’s too bad that you can’t write a comment without destroying both your credibility and even your likability, but that’s your style.

      • eljay
        June 27, 2018, 2:12 pm

        || jon s: … the damage from the kites and balloons has been extensive. … It’s a horrible situation. ||

        No doubt, but yesterday we made a deal:
        – Israel ends its decades-long and on-going occupation and colonization of territory outside of Israel’s / Partition borders; and, then,
        – the Palestinians stop the fires.

        As far as I can tell, Israel has yet to honour its part of the deal.

      • Mooser
        June 27, 2018, 3:29 pm

        “As far as I can tell, Israel has yet to honour its part of the deal.”

        We must give “Jon s” a week or so to get the Israeli Left on-line with the deal. He can’t do it over night.

  8. jon s
    June 28, 2018, 9:56 am

    The people of Gaza deserve better. Gaza needs a huge investment in infrastructure, it needs an airport and seaport, freedom of of movement for the people of Gaza: to the WB, to Israel and beyond, development of agriculture, industry and commerce, better schools and hospitals.
    Those are the challenges which apparently terrify the Hamas leadership, so , instead , they seem to be intent on provoking yet another useless round of bloodshed.

    • eljay
      June 28, 2018, 11:57 am

      || jon s: The people of Gaza deserve better. Gaza needs a huge investment in infrastructure, it needs an airport and seaport, freedom of of movement for the people of Gaza: to the WB, to Israel and beyond, development of agriculture, industry and commerce, better schools and hospitals. … ||

      You are correct and I completely agree with you. It’s a shame that Israel – which continues to militarily-occupy and colonize most of Partition-borders Palestine – refuses to get out of the way and let the investment, development and reunification happen.

    • Talkback
      June 28, 2018, 2:11 pm

      Yet it is not he Hamas who has been either preventing or destroying everything you list. And it is not them commiting rounds of bloodsheds. You know who the real aggressor has been from the get go.

    • Mooser
      June 28, 2018, 4:11 pm

      “Those are the challenges which apparently terrify the Hamas leadership,”

      Should be easy for Israel to do all those things. That’ll show Hamas!

      “provoking yet another useless round of bloodshed.”

      And won’t Hamas be ashamed when Israel refuses to fire at the people.

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