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Hamas Seeks "Moderate" Image As Leader Calls for Israel's Demise


Steven Emerson, Executive Director
March 23, 2017

Hamas Seeks "Moderate" Image As Leader Calls for Israel's Demise

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Gaza's Hamas chief Yayha Sinwar said Wednesday that his terrorist organization will continue its campaign to fight Israel until it secures "the liberation of all of Palestine," despite recent reports of Hamas seeking to moderate its outlook.
"Hamas will continue in the path of Yassin for the liberation of all of Palestine — we will not surrender even a morsel [of the land]", said Sinwar at an event commemorating the death anniversary of Hamas founder Ahmed Yassin.
Sinwar, considered extreme even by Hamas standards, openly supports violence against Israel and opposes any compromise in the terrorist group's policies.
His proclamation confirms that Hamas remains steadfast in its ultimate goal of destroying the Jewish state despite the terrorist group's recent efforts to project a more peaceful stance to the international community.
Hamas intends to release a new platform at the end of the month, following internal elections, which reportedly omits prior references to waging jihad against Jews and accept a temporary Palestinian state in the territories Israel acquired following the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Support for a temporary solution, however, does not mean that Hamas will suddenly give up its aims to destroy the Jewish state in the longer-run.
Despite these apparent overtures, Hamas refuses to revoke its 1988 charter, which openly advocates for Israel's demise and "confronting the usurpation of Palestine by the Jews through jihad."
"The [new] document carries a kind of superficial change, but in fact it upholds most of Hamas' principles," Gaza analyst Akram Atallah told the Associated Press.
Hamas does plan to rescind its status as a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood in an attempt to alleviate tensions with Egypt. Nevertheless, the Palestinian group refuses to severe ties with the Brotherhood.
For Hamas, there is no difference between pre-1967 Israel and the West Bank or Gaza Strip. The terrorist group considers the entirety of Israel and the Palestinian territories as "Palestine." Sinwar's statement suggests that the group's new manifesto is a symbolic sham aimed at deceiving Western governments into removing Hamas from terrorist designations.
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A Week of Terror and Diversity in Europe

A Week of Terror and Diversity in Europe



Saturday. Wednesday. Thursday. How many more days will it take?

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Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.

On Saturday, Ziyed Ben Belgacem pays a visit to Orly Airport in Paris. He grabs a female soldier from behind and grapples for her rifle while holding a pellet gun to her head. He warns the other soldiers to drop their rifles and raise their hands.

He shouts, "I am here to die in the name of Allah ... There will be deaths."

He’s mostly right. It’s the plural part he gets wrong. The soldier goes low. Her friends shoot him dead. But he’s not entirely wrong either. There will be deaths. Even if they aren’t at Orly Airport.

French Police go on to investigate the motive of the Tunisian Muslim settler. His father insists that he wasn’t a terrorist. The media rushes to blame drugs for his attack. It reports widely on the drugs in his system rather than the Koran found on his body. No one asks if he was on drugs or on Jihad.

Ziyed Ben Belgacem had been in and out of prison. He was known to the authorities as a potential Jihadist and had been investigated for “radicalization” back in 2015. He had been suspected of burglaries last year and had been paroled in the fall. The system had failed all over again.

Prince William and Kate had been in Paris meeting with victims of the Bataclan Islamic terror attack. They returned to the UK, but media reports emphasize that the latest attack wouldn’t change their plans. But the UK was no refuge from Islamic terror. Not even Westminster Palace was.

On Wednesday, Khalid Masood, a Pakistani Muslim settler, rents a car in a town near Birmingham from an Enterprise rent-a-car shop sandwiched between a Staples and a beauty salon offering walk-in eyebrow waxing. Over a fifth of Birmingham is Muslim and by the time the bloodshed was over and Masood was in the hospital, police raided a flat over a restaurant advertising “A Taste of Persia”.
Because diversity is our strength.

Masood’s victims were certainly diverse.  The men and women he ran over or pushed off Westminster Bridge included Brits, Americans, Romanians, Greeks, Chinese, South Koreans, Italians, Irish, Portuguese, Polish and French. That is the new form that diversity takes in the more multicultural cities.

The victims are diverse. The killers are Muslim.

Prime Minister May spoke of it as a place where “people of all nationalities and cultures gather to celebrate what it means to be free.” But not all nationalities and cultures. Some come there to celebrate what it means to kill infidels for the greater glory of Allah. Just as some pray for London and others pray for the flag of Islam to fly over Westminster Palace.

Khalid Masood, like Ziyed Ben Belgacem, had been in and out of prison. Like France’s Tunisian Muslim terror settler, the UK’s Pakistani Muslim terror settler had been investigated for “violent extremism”.

Nothing came of it.

For thirty years, Masood went in and out of prison. And one fine day he rented a car and began killing. He was on the radar, but nothing was done. And now some are dead and others are wounded. And the politicians who could have prevented it give their speeches and celebrate the magnificent diversity that filled hospitals with the citizens of a dozen nations.

"As I speak, millions will be boarding trains and aeroplanes to travel to London, and to see for themselves the greatest city on Earth,” Prime Minister May declared, throwing in a pitch for tourism. “It is in these actions - millions of acts of normality - that we find the best response to terrorism."
Come to London. Stroll and see the sights. You probably won’t get Allahuakbared to death. And if you do, the best response is a million acts of normality, apathy and denial.

Mayor Sadiq Khan vowed that after a brief vigil, it would be "business as usual".

He was right.

On Thursday, Mohammed, a Tunisian Muslim tries to drive a car through a pedestrian mall on a major shopping street in Antwerp. It was right around the anniversary of the Brussels bombings in which Moroccan Muslim settler terrorists had killed 32 people and wounded 300.

And a year later it was business as usual.

On Wednesday, King Philippe had dedicated a memorial in Brussels titled, ‘Wounded But Still Standing in Front of the Inconceivable’. "We have to stand up and say 'no' to those acts that are not believable, that are not bearable," its sculptor insisted.

But the seventh King of the Belgians had a somewhat different message. “It’s the responsibility of each and every one of us to make our society more humane, and more just. Let’s learn to listen to each other again, to respect each other’s weaknesses,” he said. “Above all, let us dare to be tender.”

The Tunisian Muslim driving into a pedestrian mall did not dare to be “tender”. He didn’t respect the weaknesses of a society that tolerated him.

Belgian soldiers deployed for the anniversary spotted him. The police gave chase.  Pedestrians scurried out of the way. The Muslim settler from France was taken into custody for endangering the public. It is hoped that the arrest was made in a properly tender fashion.

Police found a riot gun, knives and fake passports in his car.

The Antwerp police chief said that Mohammed had been known to the police and had been involved in the illegal possession of weapons in France. But official reports blamed the drugs and alcohol in his system. Like fellow Tunisian Ziyed Ben Belgacem, he wasn’t a terrorist, just a drunk and a junkie.
The police urged everyone to keep calm and return to normalcy. Everything was being done to ensure the safety of Antwerp residents and tourists.

Business as usual.

Meanwhile the Antwerp Town Hall had gone from flying British colors in solidarity with the victims of the London attack to worrying over an attack at home.  Just as William and Kate had come from terror in France to terror at home.

British authorities claimed that they foiled a dozen terror attacks last year. There are arrests for terror plots in France and Germany. Every week there is either a terror plot or a memorial for the last terror attack before we are told to go on with our million acts of normalcy.

Some days the terrorists screw up. They pick what they think is an easy target, but she refuses to let go of the rifle. Or they overestimate how much alcohol and cocaine they need to nerve themselves up to kill and die. Other times they get it right. Or right enough. And the news flashes around the world.

Somewhere along the way it wasn’t life that became normal, but terror. And the insistence on normalcy just normalizes the terror. A week with three terror attacks across Europe is no longer extraordinary. We have come to expect that there will be men trying to stab and run us over from Paris to Antwerp to London. And we have come to expect another Islamic terror plot targeting Kansas City, Miami, Columbia, New York, San Bernardino, Boston, Tampa, Dallas, Rochester, Springfield and any city.

We don’t know when or where the next attack will come. But we know whom it will come from.

The question is what are we going to do about it? We can pretend to be baffled the next time some Jihadi with a rap sheet taller than the London Eye and longer than London Bridge goes on a killing spree. We can nod our heads while the politicians throw a vigil and encourage a million acts of apathy.

Or we can end the flow of future terrorists and deport the existing ones.

Because they can’t run us over if we don’t let them in. They can’t bomb us if we don’t let them stay.
We can listen to King Philippe and “dare to be tender”. Decades of such tenderness are what led us here. Or we can dare to make the hard choices that will make us and our children safe for generations.
Saturday. Wednesday. Thursday. How many more days will it take?

Canada Condemns Islamophobia as 2nd Mosque Hosts Imam Calling for Murdering Jews

Canada Condemns Islamophobia as 2nd Mosque Hosts Imam Calling for Murdering Jews



Keeping your eyes on the great big shiny ball of Muslim victimhood.
The House of Commons voted Thursday afternoon to condemn “Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination” but the vote for the controversial M-103 was not unanimous.
Liberals, New Democrats, and Green Party MP Elizabeth May were in favour; most Conservative and all Bloc Quebecois MPs were opposed. The vote was 201 for and 91 against…
The motion was proposed by Iqra Khalid, a first-time MP representing a Mississauga, Ont. riding.
Meanwhile Islamobigotry continues its glorious reign.
A second Montreal mosque hosted an imam offering a speech demonizing Jews and quoting from the Quran to kill them.
In a speech last December at the Dar al-Arkam mosque, Muhammad bin Musa al Nasr described Jews as “the most evil of mankind” and as “human demons,” the CIJNews reported Monday. He then quote from the Quran: at “the end of time … the stone and the tree will say: ‘Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me – come and kill him!’”
The mosque allowed the West Bank-born imam, a prominent member of the hard-line Salafist movement in Jordan, where he lectures at the al-Ahliyya University in Amman, to deliver more than a dozen other speeches as well.
I'm sure this Imam and his Islamic teachings have nothing to do with Islam. Also the second mosque had no problem hosting him despite the controversy over his first appearance. But we're focusing on what's important. Not Islamomurderism, but Islamophobia. It might be more tolerant if the House of Commons condemned Islamophilia.

The Long War Journal (Site-Wide)

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Posted: 23 Mar 2017 02:16 PM PDT
The Tehran-controlled Iraqi militia Harakat al Nujaba has announced its participation in a battle raging east of Damascus, joining regime forces in the Jobar and Abbasin districts.
Posted: 23 Mar 2017 02:05 PM PDT
Last night, the Taliban, after months of heavy fighting in Sangin in Helmand province, took control of the district center. Yet, Resolute Support, NATO's mission in Afghanistan, is attempting to claim victory.
Posted: 23 Mar 2017 09:43 AM PDT
Amaq News Agency claims that the terrorist who launched an attack in London yesterday was the Islamic State's "soldier." The UK Metropolitan Police have identified him as Khalid Masood, a 52 year-old man who was born in Kent.
Posted: 23 Mar 2017 08:53 AM PDT
Skeptics scoffed. But al Qaeda has been devising ingenious ways to blow up planes for years.
Posted: 23 Mar 2017 07:26 AM PDT
Afghan forces withdrew from Sangin's district center, then bombs government buildings, military bases, and the police headquarters. Seven of Helmand's 14 districts are now under Taliban control.
Posted: 22 Mar 2017 10:14 PM PDT
Commander Yusuf Wazir, the slain Taliban leader, also lost a father and a brother in previous US drone strikes, according to the Movement of the Taliban in Pakistan. Three Taliban commanders are reported to have been killed in US drone strikes along the Afghan-Pakistani border since the beginning of March.

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Breaking News: Rasmieh Odeh Reportedly Accepts Plea Deal


Steven Emerson, Executive Director
March 23, 2017

Breaking News: Rasmieh Odeh Reportedly Accepts Plea Deal

IPT News
March 23, 2017
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Editor's Note: For greater detail on the Rasmieh Odeh case, her elevation to hero by Palestinian advocates and the impact on her victims, please watch the Investigative Project on Terrorism's five-part video series, "Spinning a Terrorist Into a Victim."
Palestinian terrorist Rasmieh Odeh, who faces a May 16 retrial for naturalization fraud, reportedly has agreed to plead guilty and leave the United States in exchange for avoiding any prison time.
According to a statement from her supporters, Odeh "has made the difficult decision to accept a plea agreement." [Emphasis original.] The statement hailed the decision as "a victory, considering that the government had earlier fought for a sentence of 5-7 years."
No court papers have been filed to confirm the report.
Odeh was convicted in November 2014 and sentenced to 18 months in prison, the loss of her citizenship and deportation. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals sent the case back to U.S. District Judge Gershwin A. Drain in February 2016, ruling that he improperly barred testimony supporting Odeh's claim that she failed to disclose her Israeli conviction for participating in two 1969 Jerusalem bombings, including one at a grocery story that killed two Hebrew University students.
Drain granted a new trial including the testimony, prompting federal prosecutors to issue a new indictment adding greater emphasis on Odeh's acknowledged membership in the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) terrorist group.
Odeh's supporters treat her as a hero to the Palestinian cause. They have maintained that she is innocent of the immigration charge and insist she was not responsible for the 1969 bombings, even though she confessed and Israeli investigators found materials used to make the bombs in her home. That confession followed weeks of torture, they claim.
But records from her trial indicate otherwise. She confessed within a day of her arrest, records show. One Israeli interrogator called her "an easy nut to crack" and testimony at her trial indicated she identified more than 80 fellow PFLP members who later were arrested.
Thursday's statement casts prosecutors as the party hesitant to go back to court, saying they "clearly want to dodge a public and legal defense that puts U.S.-backed Israel on trial for its crimes against Rasmea and its continuing crimes against the Palestinian people as a whole."
That bit of spin is challenged by aggressive steps prosecutors took in preparation for a new trial. In addition to issuing the superseding indictment, they hoped to depose two women who worked with Odeh in the attacks and publicly discussed their roles.
Odeh served 10 years in an Israeli prison, but was released as part of a prisoner exchange with the PFLP. She made her way to the United States in 1995 and applied for naturalization as a U.S. citizen in 2004.She failed to disclose her terrorist arrest, conviction and resulting imprisonment despite specific questions about an applicant's past record. And she never told immigration officials she was part of the PFLP.
During her 2014 trial, immigration officials testified that, had she answered honestly, she never would have been allowed into the country.
None of the evidence contradicting Odeh's story gave her supporters pause. Thursday's statement announcing the plea deal described her as "corner of the movement for social justice in the U.S.  From the Movement for Black Lives in Ferguson, Chicago, and beyond, to the call for a global #WomenStrike on International Women's Day, Rasmea has become synonymous with resilience and resistance." [Emphasis original.]
On April 2, Odeh is scheduled to speak at an upcoming conference sponsored by a major BDS group, the Jewish Voice for Peace. Speakers on her panel include the rabidly anti-Israeli Palestinian activist Linda Sarsour.
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March 24, 2017

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Breaking News: Rasmieh Odeh Reportedly Accepts Plea Deal

March 23, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
Palestinian terrorist Rasmieh Odeh, who faces a May 16 retrial for naturalization fraud, reportedly has agreed to plead guilty and leave the United States in exchange for avoiding any prison time.

In Iran's Women's Prisons, Injustice and Atrocity

by Abigail R. Esman  •  March 23, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
On a warm day last April, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe dressed her toddler Gabrielle, kissed her parents goodbye, and set off to catch her flight back home to London.

Hamas Again Caught Exploiting Charities to Fund Terror

March 21, 2017  •  IPT News FacebookTwitter
With a list of potential recipients, the Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) authorized the release of financial aid for needy Palestinians. The money is supposed to support humanitarian projects to improve the livelihoods of Gaza's residents to purchase food and basic necessities.

World Shrugs as Hizballah Prepares Massive Civilian Deaths

by Noah Beck  •  March 21, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah recently warned Israel that his Iran-backed terror group could attack targets producing mass Israeli casualties, including a huge ammonia storage tank in Haifa, and a nuclear reactor in Dimona.

In-House Hizballah Missile Factories Could Add to Massive Arms Buildup

by Yaakov Lappin  •  March 17, 2017  •  Special to IPT News FacebookTwitter
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The massive police investigation into the Westminster terror attack is focussing on Birmingham with armed officers storming an address close to the city centre and making a number of arrests.

Terror London Attacker was British-Born and Once Investigated for Extremism

March 23, 2017  •  New York Post FacebookTwitter
The madman who murdered and injured more than 40 people in London before being shot dead was British-born and was once investigated by MI5 intelligence agents because of concerns about his violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.

Inside the Jihadi Capital of Britain: How a Tiny Area of Birmingham has Produced One in 10 of the UK's Convicted Islamic Terrorists

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Moinal Abedin is widely acknowledged to be Britain's first Al Qaeda- inspired terrorist... . Abedin is 42 now and, according to someone who knows him, he has just completed his sentence and is back on the streets of
Birmingham where his 'career' began.

U.S. Raid on Al Qaeda in Yemen Led to Laptop Ban on Flights, Officials Say

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Three intelligence sources told The Daily Beast that the ban on carry-on electronics aboard U.S.-bound flights from 10 airports in North Africa and the Middle East was the result of information seized during a U.S. raid on Al Qaeda in Yemen
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U.S. Bans Laptops, Tablets on Flights from 8 Middle East Countries

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The United States warned Tuesday that extremists plan to target passenger jets with bombs hidden in electronic devices, and banned carrying them onto flights from 10 Middle East airports

Jewish Voice for Peace: Honoring a Terrorist and Blocking a Request to Remember Her Victims

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Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP), which will give a platform to Rasmea Odeh, convicted killer of two Israeli students, at their conference at the Hyatt McCormick, Chicago, has
blocked a request to the Hyatt Hotel to hold a service for
her victims.

Hamas's Gaza Chief Vows to 'Liberate All of Palestine'

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Hamas's leader in the Gaza Strip said on Wednesday that the terror group will not cease its conflict with Israel until "the liberation of all of Palestine."

School Prayer Room for Muslims May Violate First Amendment, Texas AG Says

March 21, 2017  •  Newsweek FacebookTwitter
The Texas attorney general has suggested that allowing Muslim students to use a spare classroom at a Frisco high school for prayer violated fellow students' rights to religious liberty.

Israel: Hezbollah Commander Mustafa Badreddine 'Killed by Own Men'

March 21, 2017  •  BBC News FacebookTwitter
The Israeli military's chief of staff has added weight to Arab media reports that Hezbollah was behind the killing of its own commander in Syria in 2016.

Iran Says it's 'Completely Ready' to Restart Nuclear Program

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif warned Monday that Tehran is "completely ready" to restart its nuclear program if the US fails to live up to its commitments under the July 2015 nuclear deal.

Jordan's Approach on Terrorists Brings Ties with Israel into Question

March 20, 2017  •  Jewish News Service FacebookTwitter
Jordan's recent treatment of the cases of anti-Israel terrorists, however, has tested the Hashemite kingdom's relationship with Israel and may reveal seething animosity beneath the surface—at least within the Jordanian population.

Student Leader Who Tweeted 'Jews Will Get What Coming to Them' Rails Against Exposure as 'Islamophobic Smear Campaign'

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A Minnesota university student leader who tweeted "yahood [Jews] will get what coming for them [sic]" railed on Facebook against exposure of his social media posts as
an "Islamophobic smear campaign."

Arab Diplomat Behind UN's Israel 'Apartheid' Report to Get Top Palestinian Honor

March 19, 2017  •  Haaretz FacebookTwitter
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has announced that he will be granting the highest Palestinian honor to a Jordanian diplomat who stepped down on Friday as the
head of a UN commission over pressure to withdraw a report
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Terrorist Who Killed American Ezra Schwartz Gets 4 Life Sentences

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The terrorist responsible for the death of Ezra Schwartz and two others in a drive-by shooting in November 2015 was sentenced to four life prison terms by the Judea Military Court on Sunday.

Muslim Gold Star Family that Scolded Trump Helps Raise Money for Islamic Advocacy Group in Dallas

March 19, 2017  •  The Dallas Morning News FacebookTwitter
"My name is Khizr Khan. I am patriotic, American Muslim," he said to thundering applause Saturday night at a fundraiser for the Dallas-Fort Worth chapter of the
Council on American-Islamic Relations.

Paris Airport Attack: Prosecutors Say Attacker was Monitored for Suspected Islamic Extremism

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The 39-year-old suspected attacker killed at Paris' Orly airport on Saturday after trying to wrestle away a soldier's weapon had already crossed authorities' radar for suspected Islamic extremism.

As a Muslim, I Strongly Support the Right to Ban the Veil

March 18, 2017  •  The Spectator FacebookTwitter
Rigid interpretations of the veil are a recent invention. They're derived not from the Quran or early Islamic tradition but from a misogyny which claims a false basis in the divine.

Plaintiff Behind Trump Immigration Ban Suit Runs Muslim Brotherhood Mosque

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The main plaintiff in the Hawaii case blocking President Trump's revised temporary travel ban is an imam with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

Terror 'Defector' Stories Hyped by Media Collapse Underneath the 'Deradicalization' Narrative

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conditions can turn terrorists not only away from violence,
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Report: Jordan to Deny U.S. Request to Extradite Sbarro Bombing Attack Terrorist

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Muslim Brotherhood Creates Lobby In U.S. To Prevent Its Designation as a Terrorist Organization

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Top Arab MK Hails 'Inspiring' Boycott Activist Linda Sarsour

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Ayman Odeh says the Palestinian-American, who indicated Zionism and feminism are incompatible, is a 'freedom fighter'.

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