ما هي “وصايا” كيسنجر لترامب قبيل زيارته للسعودية؟

MAY 19, 2017

 ولماذا طالب العاهل السعودي بتجاوز “فوبيا” إسرائيل؟ 550 مليار دولار الثمن المعلن للزيارة ولكن ما هو ثمنها السياسي ومن سيسدده؟ ولماذا يهرول قادة عرب ومسلمين للاحتفاء بزعيم امريكي يحتقرهم؟

فتح/ حماس… الجمهوريون/ الديمقراطيون… وكذبة الديمقراطية

MAY 19, 2017

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فتح/ حماس… الجمهوريون/ الديمقراطيون… وكذبة الديمقراطية:

حين قرّرت معظم الفصائل الفلسطينية التهام «ديمقراطية» أوسلو وبسماح أميركا بذلك حيث أرسلت رئيسها السابق جيمي كارتر ليشرف/ يبارك انتخابات أوسلو-ستان… عجيب والله عجيب وهو الذي وضع عقيدة كارتر لاحتلال الجزيرة العربية علانية، وحصل. وحصلت الانتخابات وتمّ التفاخر بشفافيتها، وهي تحت الاحتلال! لكن نفس أميركا وتوابعها العرب أوقفوا الحقن المالية/ الريع غضباً لفوز حماس. أيّ خرقت أميركا غشاء البكارة الديمقراطية التي صنعتها!!

واليوم في أميركا نفسها لا يطيق الحزب الديمقراطي فقدان السلطة فيلجأ إلى أخطر تهمة باعتبار الرئيس «مخبراً»! ويعملون على عزله. والطبقة الحاكمة/ المالكة الأميركية أقدر الناس على صنع الأسباب من لا أسباب.

انقسم الفلسطينيون ومضى عقد من الزمن على تبادل التهم بين الطرفين. وحتى حين وضعت حماس «وليدتها/ وثيقتها… أوسلو القداسة» ومع ذلك لم يتمّ التقدّم بوصة واحدة باتجاه مغادرة الانقسام.

لن أذهب بعيداً للقول بأنّ الأميركيين كسكان أكبر مستوطنة رأسمالية عنصرية بيضاء سوف ينقسمون قريباً، هذا رغم انّ عدة ولايات تطمح بالانفصال، بل ترى أنها أُرغمت على الانضمام لواشنطن مثل كاليفورنيا وتكساس وأريزونا ومعظم الأجزاء المكسيكية الأخرى المغتصبة.

لكن المهم ان نرى بأنّ أكذوبة الديمقراطية تكشف عورتها بأصابعها هي. لعلّ هذا يكشف للبسطاء العرب بأنّ العرب الذين يتلطون بالديمقراطية ويخونون بلدهم كما في سورية بزعم غياب الديمقراطية أنّ هذه «الديمقراطية» كذبة كبيرة كعاهرة تاريخية.

الأساس هي الحرية. والحرية لا تأتي من أية سلطة بل ينتزعها الناس. ولا ينتزعونها دون وعي وقوة سياسية طبقية حقيقية تناضل من أجل ذلك وحين يتمّ تحصيل الحرية تصبح الديمقراطية تحصيل حاصل وليست مساحيق ولا مكياجاً على وجه عاهرة تخلى عنها جمالها. مثلاً، الأساس جمال العين وليس الكحلة أو تزجيج الحواجب.

الحرية في العمل والإنتاج هي الأساس، والتطوّر الصناعي هو الذي يجبر الحكومات الرأسمالية على توفير ديمقراطية سياسية كي لا يتمّ الإضراب الذي يقطع خط الإنتاج ايّ يوقف الربح والكسب.

وهنا يبرز السؤال المحرج لي أنا قبلكم أيها القراء الأعزاء: لأنّ الخليج يعيش على الريع النفطي، والإنتاج غير النفطي لا يكاد يكون شيئاً يُذكر سوى الجانب البيولوجي أيّ التكاثر السكاني، وحتى هذا لم يصل عدده إلى عدد العمال المستجلبين من الخارج، وطبعاً يخشون تشغيل شباب اليمن!! ولأنّ الحاكم يأخذ حصة من ريع النفط تتركها له الشركات الغربية الكبرى التي تلتهم البلاد، فهو ايّ الحاكم المحكوم يُنفق بعض الريع على من لا يشتغلون شغلاً إنتاجياً، لذا يقول: شو بدكم في الديمقراطية!

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Nahed Hatter and Mahmoud Abbas .. The antithesis of honor and shame ناهض حتر ومحمود عباس.. نقيضا الشرف والعار

ناهض حتر ومحمود عباس.. نقيضا الشرف والعار

مصافحة القاتل في جنازة قاتل

ناهض حتر ومحمود عباس.. نقيضا الشرف والعار

هاني الحلبي

الشهيد المقاوم ناهض حتر.. ومحمود عباس، رئيس ما سُمّيت بالسلطة الفلسطينية، نقيضان لا يلتقيان!

يعتذر حتر عن أن في عنقه ديناً يصعب عليه أن يفيه، فبندقيته ليست إلا من كلمات وأحبار، وهو في خندق دمشق التي يتم حصارها وتجويعها وتشليع بلدها الشامي السوري مرة ثانية، بعد تشليع أول منذ أكثر من مئة عام، وتشريد أجيالها لقماً لأسماك القرش البحري ومَن يصل يتلقفه القرش الأوروبي لابتزازه واغتصابه والتسويق به قيمه السلعية المتهالكة..

بينما عباس قرر، بعناد حاد، 077b7-abbأن يشارك بشيخوخته في جنازة المجرم شيمون بيريز ليكشف سوءات دوره كله، وليمسح آخر حرف عربي فلسطيني من سيرته الملتبسة.

لا يحفل عباس بالرجاء المتكرر من حماس ومن الجبهة الشعبية لتحرير فلسطين ومن غيرهما، أن يعيد النظر في استعداده للدخول إلى القدس تحت حراسة البوليس الصهيوني، فيؤكد أنها عاصمة كيان العدو ويقبل بأن تكون مقبرة مغتصبي فلسطين حتى الآن!

مفارقتان من النقيض إلى النقيض، تفرضان على العقل والوجدان حضورهما، ولا يمكن لأي مواطن صالح ولا يمكن لأي محلل فاحص أن يتخطاهما..

هاتان خطتان متعاكستان كأنهما ثنائية صراع أبدي. ثنائية العقل وضده.

ثنائية المسيح الفادي ويهوذا المنكر أنه المسيح.

ثنائية النور الذي يفتتح ثنايا الظلمة المتكالبة على ذاتها وعلى ضحاياها المستسلمين، غير المأسوف عليهم، لأنهم أدواتها.

ويقدّم حتر نفسه للمحاكمة غير مكابر ولا مستسلم. لا يرفض للقانون طلباً ما دام القانون نظام حياة مجتمع وسياق دولة ينبغي ان ينشد العدل وأن يثبت الحق. ولا يضعف أمام التهديدات. تهديدات الغوغاء والسابلة والعامة التي قد تُشترى بأبخس من ثلاثين من تنك صدئ. بل يتمسّك بموقفه، برباطة جأش نادرة،

يوضح ولا يعتذر. يعيّن مقاصده بنبل وكرامة كما ينبغي لأي مثقف وعارف ومقاوم في بلادنا أن يعي مسؤولياته التاريخية نحو تحدي الراهن وتحديات المستقبل فينبري للمواجهة، ولو بالكلمات والموقف المسؤول والرفض العاتي بالحق.

فليس كل مثقف كفارس سعيد يبرر لذات رذيلتها ليعم فسادها ويبرر للعميل حرية تعبيره، ليكون شعبنا مجرد أتباع أجهزة مخابرات ومخبري سفارات على أهلهم قبل غيرهم.

ليس كلّ مثقف كنديم قطيش الذي يطلق سخريته، كلما ساد صمت ليطرد كابوس فراغه، فينفث في وجه الكبار إن تكلموا ليفضح نفسه انه لا يعي ولا يفقه سوى وشوشات زوجه لتتم برمجته مجدداً..

وليس كل قائد كعباس السلطة، يريق ماء وجهه، يقف على تراب أجداد شعبه وثراهم باكياً في حضرة قامة المحتل التي تترامى من جنوب النيل في جبال أثيوبيا إلى جبال كردستان، بحيث لا يُرى عندما يدور في فلك أخطبوطها الدولي العالمي، ولا يكبر إلا إذا انزرع زيتونه في بيارات نابلس وفي كروم غزة وفي بساتين يافا وفي تلال القدس.

فيا هؤلاء.. لماذا تتصاغرون؟
44433-abbasماذا تقول عن أوراق القوة التي حرقتها دفعة واحدة من اول جلوس على مقعد ما سمي مفاوضات، ولم تكن سوى جلسات تفريط مذل تحت يافطات مبرمجة؟ ماذا بقي لديك بعد التنسيق الأمني مع العدو لتصبح سلطتك أحد أجهزته تقتل شعبها وتحاصره وتطارده وتثخن جراحه وتشي به؟

ماذا بقي لديك عندما ترى في صواريخ المقاومة مؤامرة حقيرة تستهدف فلسطين إذا طالت مغتصبة للمحتل؟
Israel Likely Killed Arafat
لم يبق لديك ما تتستر به سوى بقية زمن يودي بك إلى مهلكة التفريط الكامل، التي افتتحتها مع سلفك، وها هو القطيع يلحق بكما وفي إثركما سريعاً…

بالمقابل، سيد عباس، ماذا بقي للشهيد ناهض حتر؟

تأمّل معي: بقيت له رفعة النبل وسمو الكرامة وشرف الموقف ومرتبة الشهادة، والتفاف شعبنا حوله، والتخلق بخلقه، وتسرّبه إلى ذاكرة الأجيال والانتماء للمستقبل وعصر الانتصار!

..لك الله يا فلسطين!

..ولك رجاله قادمون!

 

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Shame for Fame: by Nahida Exiled Palestinian

by Nahida Exiled Palestinian

I avoided writing about this topic, trying to give Palestine Chronicle and its chief editor Ramzy Baroud the benefit of the doubt, but I don’t think keeping silent is an option any more

In March 2011 I met Ramzy Baroud during his UK tour, I invited him to stay with us in my family home, where he was warmly welcomed. As we both were devoted to working for liberation of our homeland and advocating for justice for our people, I thought we had forged a mutually respectful friendship.

I continued to communicate with Baroud via email and Facebook, sharing my poems, thoughts, comments and articles with him, with hardly any response, if ever.  The communication was a one way street, but I kept giving him the benefit of the doubt and finding excuses, for he is such a busy journalist.

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In December 2013, I posted a series of  comments on Palestine Chronicle of which PC editor published only three while censoring the most crucial.

Being one of my Facebook friends, I wrote to Mr Baroud privately inquiring about the reason of censoring my comments, I never received a reply.

Today, April 12, 2016, I notice that he had deleted me from his list of friends (not sure when),  I contacted him again asking for an explanation, again no reply.

 

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Also today, I noticed that the Palestine Chronicle team, which consists of “professional journalists and respected writers and authors“, has published one of my photoswhich I took during my visit to Palestine in 2012, without asking permission or giving credit.

Furthermore, in the same edition of Palestine Chronicle two poems are published: One is eerily the same topic and same title as a poem I published three years ago and had sent to Mr Baroud.

The second poem also bears almost the same title and has the same topic as one of my prose/poems, written in 2012, and is illustrated by my photograph that I used for the same publication, a photo that is significant because it depicts the garden that triggered me to write the prose/poem in the first place. Mr Baroud also received it via email at the time.

This is irrefutably not a coincidence, and is irrefutably an act of unwarranted hostility, an attempt by a fellow Palestinian to dispossess the intellectual rights of a fellow Palestinian author.

Ramzy Baroud, I am asking you for an explanation. What is going on? What has gone so wrong with you that you engage in such unfathomable act?

Why does Palestine Chronicle participate in censoring Palestinian voices and obfuscating their work, bordering on plagiarism?

Do we really need thought commissars in our movement of liberation?

Is it excommunication against untamed Palestinian voices whose narrative is not approved by anti-Zionist rabbis and lacking the kosher stamp?

 

This kind of subliminal attacks coming from a Palestinian, who brags of his father being a “freedom fighter” and who engages into yet another dispossession and attempted demoralization of a fellow Palestinian freedom fighter is beyond shameful

Is that the price of fame? Does Mr Baroud really think that it will not cost him discredit and shame?

Palestine Chronicle, Tuesday, April 12, 2016

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Poetry for Palestine, July 8, 2011

 

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Palestine Chronicle, Saturday, April  9, 2016

As well as publishing one of Nahida’s photos without authorisation

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Poetry for Palestine, April 28, 2012

 

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Former Israeli Minister: Israelis to Visit Saudi Arabia Soon!

A former Israeli minister, part of an Israeli group that met with a Saudi delegation in Ramallah last month, said Israelis could be able to visit the Persian Gulf state “much sooner than you dream about.”

Netanyahu, SalmanIn a conference call Tuesday with British media hosted by the Britain Israel Communications and Research Centre, Rabbi Michael Melchior said the day when Israelis can travel to Saudi Arabia is “in the cards and it will, as we say Inshallah, ‘with god’s help,’ happen very soon.”

Melchior, a former Knesset member with the ‘One Israel’ party and former minister for Diaspora Affairs, said his meeting with the Saudis focused on ‘religious issues related to diplomacy between the two countries.’

Melchior, currently the chief rabbi of Norway, said:

“Religious peace is a way of using another language other than the secular language of the Arab peace plan… religious peace is a way of including those Mullahs who are not yet part of this thinking.”

Asked about Saudi Arabia’s record of promoting Takfiri extremism internationally, he said:

“We’re trying to go ahead with the positive side of this. Today there is a big part of the Sunni world — and also the Shia world — who want to be part of the world. Saudi Arabia is investing a lot in getting the Israelis to adopt the Arab peace plan, at least as a basis for negotiations.”

Melchior noted that, while the Saudi-Israeli meeting last month prompted condemnation from Iran and Hezbollah, “the Sunni Arab world has neither condemned nor supported it.”

An exception, he acknowledged, is the Arab-Israeli Hadash party, which condemned the visit as “part of the normalization of cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Israel against Iran, Syria and resistance movements in the region” and Hamas.

“Even the Hamas condemnation was a very soft condemnation, they said it was not the right time for such a meeting but they didn’t really condemn it,” Melchior said.

During last month’s visit, the Saudi delegation, headed by former general Anwar Majed Eshki, met with Dore Gold, a veteran Israeli diplomat who is director-general of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, among other Israeli officials as part of a Saudi attempt to normalize its ties with the Zionist entity.

Source: Israeli Media

06-08-2016 – 17:50 Last updated 06-08-2016 – 17:50

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Quartet Issues Wishy-Washy Report on Israeli Occupation

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[ Ed. note – The Middle East Quartet has issued a rather toothless and wishy-washy report on the Israeli occupation of Palestine.

That may not strike many as surprising, although a month and a half ago there was speculation, at least on the part of Israelis, that Obama might try and use the report to bolster his sagging “legacy,” and it was reported at the time that Zionists were engaged in extensive lobbying efforts to try and “soften” the report.

It looks like they either succeeded–or else Obama had no such intentions to begin with.

The report–a total of eight pages–was released Friday, July 1, and can be accessed in full here. The best that can be said of it is that it does criticize Israeli settlements, affirming that they raise “legitimate questions about Israel’s long-term intentions (duh…ya think?), which are compounded by the statements of some Israeli ministers that there should never be a Palestinian state.”

That’s about as strong as it gets, though, and the same report hastily tosses in criticism of Palestinians as well–accusing them of “violence and incitement”–much as if the author were walking an allegorical tightrope in some overly-punctilious effort at being “fair and balanced.”

Palestinians who commit “terrorist acts” (i.e. resisting the occupation) are “often glorified publicly as ‘heroic martyrs,’” the report informs us. (You’ll note that the Quartet places the words “heroic martyrs” in quotes–it seems resistance isn’t heroic and sacrificing your life in a heroic cause doesn’t make you a martyr when the occupation you’re fighting against is being maintained by the US or Israel.) The report continues:

Many widely circulated images depict individuals committing terrorist acts with slogans encouraging violence. The spreading of incitement to violence on social media has gained momentum soince October 2015, and is particularly affecting the youth.

The report blames “Hamas and other radical factions” for this as well as “some members of Fatah,” but it also cites “extremist ideologies” on the Jewish side as well, calling attention to “price tag” attacks and also the phrase “Death to Arabs,” the phrase which seems to get spray-painted in a lot of these attacks.

And thus the tightrope balancing act is detectable throughout the report.

If you do a search, you’ll find that the word “tragic” is used once in the report–in reference to the deaths of Israelis. By contrast, settler attacks on Palestinians are described as “a serious concern,” although the report does cite the arson deaths–of three members of the Dawabsha family in 2015, and of Mohammad Abu Khdeir on July 2, 2014 (two years ago today)–killings which it refers to as “horrific.”

The delicate balance manifests in the report’s recommendations as well: “Both sides should work to de-escalate tensions by exercising restraint and refraining from provocative actions and rhetoric…” etc., etc. How the members of the Quartet expect a people who have been living under occupation for 68 years to “refrain from provocative actions and rhetoric” is not, however, explained.

By far, the report’s greatest failure is its omission of any mention of the settlements being illegal under international law. This, as I noted in a post back in May, had been one of the central issues in terms of anticipating what the final report might look like, and it was said to have been one of the main reasons Israel was  working so hard to get the tone “softened.” US officials have described the settlements as “illegitimate” or as “an obstacle to peace,” but they have never used the word “illegal.”

They still have not done so.

In the article below, the most salient comment is that given by by PLO Secretary General Saeb Erekat, who remarks that the report “attempts to equalize the responsibilities between a people under occupation and a foreign military occupier.” It’s a worthy observation.

One final thing I’ll mention: while the report does use the word “occupation” (there are actually four instances of it), nowhere is the word “genocide” to be found anywhere in its pages. As I have said before, Israel’s crimes   probably meet the legal definition of genocide. Failure to call genocide genocide may be an even more egregious shortcoming than the failure to call illegal settlements illegal, but then there are so many failures and shortcomings about this report, one is hard-pressed to list them all.

The Quartet is made up of the US, the EU, the UN and Russia. The signing onto the report by the first three should come as no surprise–but what are we to make of Russia’s apparent endorsement of this report? Should that surprise us?

The following article comes from Ma’an News. The headline above the story recalls to mind the old adage about trying to please everyone–and ending up pleasing no one. This seems to be what the Quartet has managed to accomplish. ]

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Middle East Quartet report met with condemnation from both Palestine and Israel

Ma’an

BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Both Palestinian and Israeli leadership reacted with disappointment to a report released Friday by the Middle East Quartet — the United States, Russia, the European Union, and the United Nations — that attempted to underscore the major impediments to a two-state solution.

Israel’s continued expansion of illegal settlements on Palestinian territory was cited in the report as one of the major obstacles to implementing a viable two-state solution, stating that their continued expansion has raised “legitimate questions” about Israel’s “long-term intentions,” as Israeli leaders have openly rejected the idea of an independent Palestinian state.

The Quartet called on both Israelis and Palestinians to “independently demonstrate, through policies and actions, a genuine commitment to the two-state solution and refrain from unilateral steps that prejudge the outcome of final status negotiations.”

In addition to Israel’s settlement expansion, the report highlighted two other main trends that undermined peace: violence and incitement on both sides, as well as and the Palestinian Authority’s lack of control over the Hamas-run Gaza Strip.

PLO Secretary General Saeb Erekat criticized the report in a statement, saying that the report “does not meet our expectations as a nation living under a foreign colonial military occupation; wherein it attempts to equalize the responsibilities between a people under occupation and a foreign military occupier.”

“Evidently, certain parties of the international community insist on trying to avoid their own legal and moral responsibilities to implement international law and conventions; to protect the Palestinian people and to ensure the fulfillment of our right to self-determination,” Erekat said.

He also insisted that negotiations must hold an independent Palestinian state at its core, with East Jerusalem as its capital and the restoration of internationally recognized rights afforded to Palestinians, as he reiterated his support for the Arab Peace Initiative and the multilateral French-led peace initiative, for which the report was expected to form a basis.

Meanwhile, Israeli human rights watchdog Peace Now said in a statement that the report showcased the contradictions of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s policies of settlement expansion on occupied Palestinian territory with his public support for a two-state solution during peace negotiations.

“If the Israeli government is interested in peace it must halt settlement expansion immediately. Otherwise, it must reveal its true intentions and face the consequences,” the statement read.

The office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a statement following the publication of the report, slamming the Middle East Quartet for “perpetuating the myth that Israeli construction in the West Bank is an obstacle to peace.”

Netanyahu said Israel rejected “any attempt to draw moral equivalence between (illegal Israeli settlement) construction, and terrorism,” and rejected parallels suggested in the report between Palestinian attacks and “marginal” elements in Israeli society, likely referring to an increasingly hostile and violent Israeli settler population.

The statement said that the report was “troubling” for its adoption of a position that the presence of Jews living in the West Bank was somehow an obstacle to the two-state solution.

“The presence of nearly 1.8 million Arabs in Israel isn’t a barrier to peace; it is a testament to our pluralism and commitment to equality,” Netanyahu argued, a statement many reacted to with outrage for ironically making a dubious parallel between Palestinians with Israeli citizenship, and Israelis residing in settlements deemed illegal under international law.

The statement also condemned the Quartet’s report for failing to mention “payments made by the Palestinian Authority to terrorists and their families,” referring to stipends paid by the PLO to Palestinian political prisoners, former prisoners, and their families. Israel deems most Palestinian political groups to be terrorist organizations.

While the Palestinian Authority has said they have stopped paying the stipends, Israel ordered yesterday they will reduce tax transfers sent to the PA each month by $130 million, a figure said to be equal to salaries.

The move was made in a punitive reaction to a series of attacks and attempted attacks by Palestinians against Israeli targets in the occupied West Bank district of Hebron and Israel on Thursday and Friday that left two Israelis killed, including a 13-year old settler with American citizenship, and three Palestinians shot dead on the scene.

Netanyahu’s statement also slammed the PA for failing to condemn the Israeli deaths.

In recent months, Israel has accused Palestinian leadership of “inciting terror” and detained scores civilians for Facebook posts that Israeli authorities alleged were responsible for an increase in alleged attacks and attempted attacks against Israeli military targets and settlers.

Palestinians have instead pointed chiefly to the frustration and despair brought on by Israel’s nearly 50-year military occupation of the Palestinian territory and the absence of a political horizon.

All past efforts towards peace negotiations have failed to end the decades-long Israeli military occupation or bring Palestinians closer to an independent contiguous state.

The most recent spate of negotiations led by the US collapsed in April 2014.

Israel claimed the process failed because the Palestinians refused to accept a US framework document outlining the way forward, while Palestinians pointed to Israel’s ongoing settlement building and the government’s refusal to release veteran prisoners.

While members of the international community rested the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on the discontinuation of illegal Israeli settlements, Israeli leaders have instead shifted farther to the right as many Knesset members have called for an escalation of settlement building in the occupied West Bank, and with some having advocated for its complete annexation.

A number of Palestinian activists have criticized the two-state solution as unsustainable and unlikely to bring durable peace, proposing instead a binational state with equal rights for Israelis and Palestinians.

The binational state — termed the “one-state solution” — has increasingly gained support among Palestinians, activist groups, and intellectuals purporting it as the most reasonable way of upholding Palestinian human rights and their internationally recognized right to return to lands they were expelled from during and after the establishment of Israel in 1948.

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