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November 9, 2014 1:12 pm

Arabic Billboard in Nazareth Calls for Running Over Israelis (VIDEO)

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ISIS/Overruning Nazereth Billboard. Photo: Walla News.

ISIS/Overruning Nazereth Billboard. Photo: Walla News.

A large billboard in Israel’s largest Arab city, Nazareth, is using a play on words in Arabic between ISIS – “Daesh,” and running down with a vehicle – “daes,” to promote vehicular terror attacks against Israelis, Israel’s Walla News reported Sunday.

The billboard – not some private poster hanging on a porch, but rather a professional billboard erected, amazingly enough, close to the city’s police station – can be understood as saying “ISIS/Overrunning Nazareth.”

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Spokesmen for the Israel Police Northern District said “the issue was as yet unknown and would be investigated,” and Nazareth municipality officials have not yet offered a response to the unprecedented incitement to murder.

The billboard comes in the wake of several such lethal attacks in the last weeks, which have killed an infant, a young woman, a young man, border policemen, and wounded scores of others.

As well, such calls have flooded both Palestinian official and private social media, with scores of graphic images and photos flooding Facebook and Twitter posts, blogs, and newspapers and magazines, urging drivers to use their vehicles to ram down Israelis in a “car intifada.”

On Friday, Yeshiva student Shalom Aharon Baadani, 17, died of injuries he sustained in Wednesday’s vehicular terror attack in Jerusalem, becoming the second victim in the incident.

Baadani was riding his bicycle to the Western Wall when he was hit by a terrorist’s car near the Shimon Hatzadik light rail station. Israeli Border Police Superintendent Jadan Assad was also killed in the attack, which Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attributed to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s incitement against Israel.

“This attack was the direct result of the incitement of Abbas and his Hamas partners,” Netanyahu said. “This front of hate wants to run over all of us. Peace will come when Abbas stops calling Jews ‘defilers’ and he stops embracing murderers.”

On October 22, a Hamas terrorist rammed his car along a passenger loading platform for the capital’s light rail, killing an infant, and two others.

In the latest example of the Palestinian call for killing Jews and Israelis, lyrics of a just released “pop song,” say: “Run over the two month old baby – that is how we get them,” Channel 2 News said.

The song, by Anas Garadat and Abu Khayad goes on, “For Al-Aqsa we will run over settlers. Run over settlers. Make the road become a trap, Allah will help you. The whole Arab nation calls you – bless you Akari Ibrahim (The terrorists behind the attack last Wednesday), run over run over!”

Watch the video report (in Hebrew, but contextually clear) here.

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  • sam drucker

    i came up with a theory that involves the book of genesis (fig leaves) buddha (sitting under the bodhi fig tree) jesus (many sayings about figs) ross hornes’ book (new health revolution) and science (figs are the most important source of food for fruit eating rainforest animals). i then experimented on the figs by eating mainly dried figs (same brand) for over 10 years and found cycles which i related to the numbers in psgs 11/12 of the book of revelations. this theory has gone everywhere. so far i have had eliminations at days 504, 840, 1176, 1512, 1848, 2184, 2520, 2856, 3192 and 3528. today is day 3742. i have definitely found something. i am not lying. what i have discovered has gone around the world and many songs have been written about it…..the foo fighters’ last 4 albums…..coldplays’ last 4 albums
    ……”vertigo” by U2 (my first name is phil). an elimination is a day when you experience strong flu-like symptoms and feel terrible. bad stuff is washed out of your body.

  • sam drucker

    greetings from tasmania……..google figbat oswald and see if you can work it out.

  • This reminds me of a road-warning sign dating back to the beginning of the Holocaust: ‘Germans – slow; Jews – 70 mph’. They make themselves no better than the Nazis.

  • You’re not dealing with normal human beings now, its about the sons of light and the sons of darkness, it’s a full blown attack on God’s people,its a satanic attack and its not going to let up! What’s going to stop it temporarily, is when Israel levels Damascus……..Isaiah 17: 1-3
    Hear O Israel, look up for your redemption draws near… Don’t look to the left nor to your right… Look up..to your Elohim..he is with you..

  • Ger

    Giving Palestinians a Palestinian State will not solve the Palestinian and Israeli conflict. Islam commanded to eliminate all Jews of the world.

    so Israel must better drive all Palestinians out of the land of Israel even with force than someday every day in Israel is you’ll hear news of murder perpetuated by the Palestinians in the name of their evil religion.

  • Israeli Mother

    What sort of human beings would sing or listen to a song extolling the virtues of killing babies?

  • Arnie Fiergang

    How insane this is! There is no place in the Mid East that is better for Arabs than Isreal and this is how they thank them for their kindness. I say send them back to the hell holes they came from.

    • steven L

      This is religious and secular genocidal fanaticism in the Muslim world.
      More and more we see a similar secular genocidal fanaticism in the Western world (EU & US)from the left and academia.

    • CONNIE PERWIEN

      I am in total agreement, Annie!

  • Vivienne Leijonhufvud (goldie)

    The west and all Intnl news stations continue to refer to Israel as occupying arab land. This not so the arabs are occupying Israeli land and precisely why the law of Israel is the law to be obeyed.

    I just happened to come across Ezekial’s message from long ago in the Old Testament. Nothing is clearer than the fact that Mohammed is/was false prophet and according to Ezekial Mohammed and his savage followers will be rooted out of the land of Israel and punished for their savage behaviour toward their fellow man. Course Ezekial uses the word sins! Islam worships the most vulgar idol at the Kabaa in Mecca (silver female genitalia surrounds black meteorite with red mineral at its centre) This is pure idolatary.

    I am horrified at how the west backs Islam, further more because the oil is running out in the gulf states including Saudi the 60% owned Saudi/Shell International are currently buying up as many other Oil reserves outside the middle east to continue to fund their greed. I learned today from my Bank Manager another mega mosque is under construction in Galway South West Ireland. Ireland’s Oil reserves run the entire length of the West Coast of Ireland. So now Ireland both Dublin and Galway have received mega bucks from the Saudi Royals to build mosques and inflict their archaic 7th Cent. religion on the most far flung area of Europe. Israel the Arabs have bought out the entire civilized world and the world turns against Israel! Petro dollars and greed we are up against. Don’t give up your Oil Israel, I guarantee Russia won’t.

  • Biff Henderson
  • Linda Rivera

    Netanyahu: Peace will come when Abbas stops calling Jews ‘defilers’ and he stops embracing murderers.”

    Netanyahu, Stop Deceiving! Stop your despicable lying for the murderous Blood Cult of Islam! The peace of Islam is the complete opposite of the peace of civilized humanity. Peace in Islam is when a hated infidel nation has been attacked and conquered and a massive genocide of infidels has taken place.

    Bloodthirsty Muslim savages have been waging war on all non-muslims for 1,400 years. The barbarians don’t intend to stop their satanic war until every nation and people have been conquered and cruelly enslaved under barbaric sharia law.

    Only by banning muslims from all non-muslim countries can we prevent our nations from becoming a second Iraq, a second Syria where there are kidnappings, forced conversions, satanic atrocities, gang rapes, both children and adults beheaded, mass barbaric murders and mass sex-slave taking of non-muslim women and girls.

    SAVE OUR NON-MUSLIM PEOPLE FROM FUTURE DAILY SATANIC HORRORS!
    Non-muslim countries ONLY for non-muslims.
    Muslim countries only for muslims.

    • Peace has been taken from the earth, there will be non until Hashem’s people call on their Messiah….

  • Ken Kelso

    Atleast now Livni, Herzog and Gal On know they can depend on these Arabs for their vote since they like to appease Palestinian terrorists.

  • Ken Kelso

    Kahane predicted the weakness of Israeli leaders.
    Remember what Kahane said,
    I prefer an Israel hated by everybody than in Auschwitz loved by all.”
    Right now Chaim Ben Pesach who is the successor to Kahane has been barred from entering Israel by the cowards who run Israel.
    That includes Likud, Kadima and Labor.

    Chaim Ben Pesach wants to use all out force to stop these Islamo killers from terrorizing Israel and Ben Pesach wants a death penalty for Muslims who murder Jews.
    Google this article about him

    Chaim ben Pesach a Jewish hero forbidden to make Aliyah
    August 6, 2012

  • gedzu

    is this not a prelude of something more coming?whenwill we ever learn to pre-empt events?

  • BH in Iowa

    If there was any justice the Jews would be throwing rocks at the Arabs.

    • Alan Kennedy

      More like shoot them out of hand, on sight?

    • Markus E Brajtman

      What have the British and Swedish parliaments have to say?
      Do they still support a 2 state solution?

      What has Obama got to say?
      Do they expect Israel to “surrender” any territory to savage bastards?
      Bibi should put out a case at the ICC against the terrorist Abbas for his crimes of inciting murder

  • And the West’s leaders remain silent. No condemnation because,after all, they are only protestors seeking freedom from their “evil oppressors”. Evil prospers when good men do nothing to shut it off!

  • Can’t Bibi make sure that the perpetrators of these atrocities such as the billboard and the “rock” song promoting murder are arrested. Or is he an empty suit?

    • Sonia Willats

      I don’t think he is an empty suit. He works tirelessly BUT THERE IS SO MUCH HATRED that is so way out of control, incited by the “peace-partner” Abbas, amongst others. And the security forces are forced to be so ‘politically correct’ they are so constrained that they are barely allowed to defend themselves; let alone innocent civilians…. because the whole world, including America, is so quick to condemn Israel; whereas Israeli life is seen as being dispensable. But yes, as with the Iran issue, Bibi is going to have to allow tougher control of the mad hatred, inclu. those who put up this sign. I think he is. He is saying that those who incite to murder must be banished to Gaza. He is trying. Let’s support him, not undermine him.

  • steven L

    The decision of the Western Gvts and mass media to ignore the call for murder of Jews by Islamists suggests at best that they do not care and at worst that they condone it!
    If that is not Western antisemitism, what is antisemitism?

  • Al Talena

    Israel should treat airab rioters, etc the same way airab rioters are treated in airab countries

    • steven L

      IL is a democracy; yet the Justice Dept should go after the owner of the billboard and acolytes for promoting violence and the murder of Jews. Why nothing is being done is baffling!

  • HaDaR

    Just another demonstration that it is IMPOSSIBLE AND SUICIDAL TO KEEP THESE PEOPLE IN OUR LAND.
    There’s but ONE reason why we have bloodshed in the Land of Israel. The Torah tell us clearly [Numbers 33:50-56]:
    “The Lord spoke to Moses in the plains of Moab by the Jordan at Jericho, saying: Speak to the children of Israel and say to them: When you cross the Jordan into the land of Canaan, you shall drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you, destroy all their temples, destroy their molten idols, and demolish their high places. You shall clear out the Land and settle in it, for I have given you the Land to occupy it. You shall give the Land as an inheritance to your families by lot; to the large, you shall give a larger inheritance and to the small you shall give a smaller inheritance; wherever the lot falls shall be his; according to the tribes of your fathers, you shall inherit. But if you do not drive out the inhabitants of the Land from before you, then those whom you leave over will be as spikes in your eyes and thorns in your sides, and they will harass you in the land in which you settle. And it will be that what I had intended to do to them, I will do to you.”
    On this Our Sages of Blessed Memory said:
    RaSh”I: You shall drive them out.
    Ohr HaChaim Says: “Here the verses speak of peoples beside the 7 [Canaanite] peoples. Because of that it specifies “all” the land’s inhabitants, meaning even those who are not from the 7 Canaanite peoples.”
    Rabbenu Ovadia Sforno adds on the same verses: “When you clear out the land’s inhabitants you’ll be able to pass the land on to your children, but if you don’t clear out the land, even if you’ll occupy the land, you won’t merit to pass it on to your children”.
    Here you have the reason: the exile-rooted fear of what will the nations, the gentiles say, instead of just doing what G-OD commands.

  • Where are all the bleeding hearts and supporters of the underdog and advocates of ‘social justice’ in the face of these (Arab) incitements to violence and killing? Do we hear the condemnation of the (Arab) aggressors? All I can hear is deafening silence.

  • Reuven

    There had better be some arrests and long prison sentences meted out of and to these murderous monsters!

  • DR Moses

    This is un acceptable.
    The world can not just watch this evil and it goes un answered.
    Does the world human rights body exist ?
    What does the UN security council think? This was the same thing that happened in Rwanda.
    They watched until there was blood shed then came in to carry out postmortem .

  • Muslims do not need signs to tell to kill Jews. The Koran de
    mands that every Muslim spend 24 hours a day killing Jews.

    • Sonia Willats

      These are probably the passages that those who sit on the Temple Mount studying Koran are studying – they are apparently paid salaries to sit there, and curse and throw rocks etc. etc. at Jews who dare to ascend there.

  • Aimee

    Savages!!

  • Nohum phynque

    It is beyond any type warefare I have seen. When an Arab attempts to kill a new and is shot dead The Arabs begin to riot That’s okay. There is a perverse. Double standard here, when you kill a Jew /Israeli that”s all right with you. But milk by a mrderer or attemptive killer is stopped that’s your SICK way of justification to riot and attempt to kill moreNews/Israelis.

  • Freedom of Speech Limitations

    If you are in a theater and you yell fire, when there is no fire and cause injuries to the audience at large by your yelling fire you have forfeited you right to free speech.

    The same applies to anyone who promotes violence, incites the public to violence and sedition, Uses his freedom of speech to promote treason against the State.

    Israel has bent over backward in protecting the right to free speech.

    It is time for Israel to go on the offensive and utilize its laws to prosecute those who abuse their right to free speech, that right has its limitations.

    We must hold Arab-Palestinians accountable for teaching hate, honoring terrorist and celebrating terror attacks.

    Any capitulation or concessions to Arab-Palestinians demands breeds greater outrageous demands and more violence.

    Israel’s P.M. should tell them – if you are not with us to protect our people at all costs – you are against us and you are contributing to the continued violence.

    YJ Draiman

  • International Legal Rights of the Jewish People and the State of Israel

    In international law, as in all law, there are always two sides to a question. If this were not the case, there would be little need for legal solutions. Moreover, both parties in any conflict believe the right is on their side, or at least that they have means to prove this to be so. Accordingly, no law is ever created in a vacuum; a law is created when a serious enough need arises. In 1917, owing to the events of World War I, a serious need was identified and a voice was raised. The need was that of the Jewish people, dispersed across the earth for some two thousand years, to have a national home. The voice was that of Lord Balfour, speaking on behalf of the British War Cabinet in defense of the Jewish people worldwide. This compelling need found official expression in the Balfour Declaration of 1917. The Balfour Declaration was a political statement with no legal authority; moreover, it was not international. Nonetheless it was a major turning point in the history of the dispersed Jewish people, giving them a future hope of eventually fulfilling their never dying longing for their ancient Holy Land. What it accomplished was to raise the profile, internationally, of the need of a stateless people to have a “national home” to which they could return. Of monumental significance was the official recognition of the all-important historic, religious and cultural links of the Jews to the land of their forefathers, the land that had come to be known under the Greeks and Romans as “Palestine”. Because the cause was just and the concept justified, there needed to be a way to elevate the content of this Declaration to the level of international law. Accordingly, the matter was taken up by the Supreme Council of the Principal Allied and Associated Powers (Britain, France, Italy, Japan and the United States) at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. The issue became more complex as submissions for territorial claims were presented by both Arab and Jewish delegations, as the old Ottoman Empire was being apportioned out to the victorious Powers; thus the matter was not able to be settled within the time frame of the Paris Conference. What did happen at the Paris Conference that factored into the progression of events we are considering here was the establishment of the League of Nations which, in Article 22 of its Covenant, provided for the setting up of a mandate system as a trust for the Old Ottoman territories. The next important milestone on the road to international legal status and a Jewish national home was the San Remo Conference, held at Villa Devachan in San Remo, Italy, from 18 to 26 April 1920. This was an ‘extension’ of the Paris Peace Conference of 1919 for the purpose of dealing with some of these outstanding issues. The aim of the four (out of five) members of the Supreme Council of the Principal Allied and Associated Powers that met in San Remo (the United States being present as observer only, owing to the new noninterventionist policy of President Woodrow Wilson), was to consider the earlier submissions of the claimants, to deliberate and to make decisions on the legal recognition of each claim. The outcome, relying on Article 22 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, was the setting up of (3) three mandates, one over Syria and Lebanon (later separated into two mandates), one over Mesopotamia (Iraq), and one over Palestine.
    The Mandate for Palestine was entrusted to Great Britain, as a “sacred trust of civilization” in respect of “the establishment in all of Palestine of a National Home for the Jewish people”.
    This was a binding resolution with all the force of international law.
    In two out of the original three Mandates, it was recognized that the indigenous people had the capacity to govern themselves, with the Mandatory Power merely assisting in the establishment of the institutions of government, where necessary. This was not true of Palestine, as Palestine was, under the Mandate, to become a homeland (“national home”) for the Jewish people. Although the Jewish people were part of the indigenous population of Palestine, the majority of them at that time were not living in the Land. The Mandate for Palestine was thus quite different from the others and set out how the Land was to be settled by Jews in preparation for their forming a viable nation in the territory then known as “Palestine”. The unique obligations of the Mandatory to the Jewish people in respect of the establishment of their national home in all of Palestine thus gave a sui generis (unique, one of a kind) character to the Mandate for Palestine.
    The boundaries of the “Palestine” referred to in the claimants’ submissions included territories west and east of the Jordan River.
    The submissions of the Jewish claimants specified that the ultimate purpose of the mandate would be the “creation of an autonomous commonwealth”, provided “that nothing must be done that might prejudice the civil and religious rights of the non-Jewish communities at present established in Palestine”. The resulting Mandate for Palestine, approved by the Council of the League of Nations in July 1922, was an international treaty and, as such, was legally binding. The decision made in San Remo was a watershed moment in the history of the Jewish people who had been a people without a home for some two thousand years. From the perspective of Chaim Weizmann, president of the newly formed Zionist Organization and later to become the first President of the State of Israel, “recognition of our rights in Palestine is embodied in the treaty with Turkey, and has become part of international law. This is the most momentous political event in the whole history of our movement, and it is, perhaps, no exaggeration to say in the whole history of our people since the Exile.” To the Zionist Organization of America, the San Remo Resolution “crowns the British [Balfour] declaration by enacting it as part of the law of nations of the world.” The policy to be given effect in the Mandate for Palestine was consistent with the Balfour Declaration, in significantly recognizing the historic, cultural and religious ties of the Jewish people to the Holy Land, and even stronger than the Declaration through the insertion of the fundamental principle that Palestine should be reconstituted as the national home of the Jewish people. It is particularly relevant to underline the inclusion in the terms of the Mandate (through Article 2) of the fundamental principle set out in the Preamble of this international agreement that “recognition has thereby been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country”. The primary objective of the Mandate was to provide a national home for the Jewish people—including Jewish people dispersed worldwide—in their ancestral home.
    The Arab people, who already exercised sovereignty in a number of States, were guaranteed protection of their civil and religious rights under the Mandate as long as they wished to remain, even after the State of Israel was ultimately formed in 1948. Moreover, a new State; Trans-Jordan was meanwhile added as a territory under Arab sovereignty, carved out of the very mandated territory allocated to the Jewish people at issue, by the British, prior to the actual signing of the Mandate in 1922 (see below). When the Council of the League of Nations approved the Mandate for Palestine in July 1922, it became binding on all 51 Members of the League.
    This act of the League enabled the ultimate realization of the long cherished dream of the restoration of the Jewish people to their ancient land and validated the existence of historical facts and events linking the Jewish people to Palestine. For the Supreme Council of the Principal Allied Powers, and for the Council of the League of Nations, these historical facts were considered to be accepted and established.
    In the words of Neville Barbour, “In 1922, international sanction was given to the Balfour Declaration by the issue of the Palestine Mandate”. The rights granted to the Jewish people in the Mandate for Palestine were to be given effect in all of Palestine. It thus follows that the legal rights of the claimants to sovereignty over the Old City of Jerusalem similarly derive from the decisions of the Supreme Council of the Principal Allied Powers in San Remo and from the terms of the Mandate for Palestine approved by the Council of the League of Nations.
    In March 1921, in Cairo, Great Britain decided to partition the mandated territory of Palestine, for international political reasons of its own. Article 25 of the Mandate gave the Mandatory Power permission to postpone or withhold most of the terms of the Mandate in the area of land east of the Jordan River (“Trans-Jordan”). Great Britain, as Mandatory Power, exercised that right. For former UN Ambassador, Professor Yehuda Zvi Blum, the rights vested in the Arab people of Palestine with respect to the principle of self-determination were fulfilled as a result of this initial partition of Palestine approved by the Council of the League of Nations in 1922. According to Professor Blum: “The Palestinian Arabs have long enjoyed self-determination in their own state – the Palestinian Arab State of Jordan”. (Worth mentioning here, in a letter apparently written on 17 January 1921 to Churchill’s Private Secretary, Col. T.E. Lawrence (“of Arabia”) had reported that, in return for Arab sovereignty in Iraq, Trans-Jordan and Syria, King Hussein’s eldest son, Emir Feisal—a man said by Lawrence to be known for keeping his word—had “agreed to abandon all claims of his father to Palestine”.) After this partition, Churchill—British Colonial Secretary at the time— immediately reaffirmed the commitment of Great Britain to give effect to the policies of the Balfour Declaration in all the other parts of the territory covered by the Mandate for Palestine west of the Jordan River.
    This pledge included the area of Jerusalem and its Old City. In Churchill’s own words: “It is manifestly right that the Jews who are scattered all over the world should have a national centre and a national home where some of them may be reunited. And where else could that be but in the land of Palestine, with which for more than three thousand years they have been intimately and profoundly associated?” Thus, in a word, the primary foundations in international law for the “legal” claim based on “historic rights” or “historic title” of the Jewish people in respect of Palestine are the San Remo decisions of April 1920, the Mandate for Palestine of July 1922, approved by the Council of the League of Nations and bearing the signatures of those same Principal Allied Powers but rendering it an international treaty binding on all Member States, and the Covenant of the League of Nations itself (Art. 22).

  • Anna

    Absolute abuse of civil rights — using civil rights as an act of war, hatred and aggression — demands revoking those civil rights. Remove the driving privileges of all Arab Israelis, today! In fact, re-imprison every one of those prisoners who were released in exchange for Gilad Shalit, and kick out all the rest of the “Palestinians” from the Knesset and the country, for waging war and terrorism against their fellow citizens — whether by physical acts, plans, inciteful speach, or complicity with the terrorists around them! And take these actions today — not in a few weeks or a few months, after 10 times threatening to do so. To threaten consequences and act weekly or not at all in this situation is ludicrous, dangerous, and damaging to Israel.

  • Yoel Nitzarim

    Some MKs asserted that Mr. Netanyahu is not a peace partner because he wants to grant the same rights every Israeli citizen has to those living in Judea and Samaria. For the life of me that perspective–differentiating between those living within some imaginary green line and those living outside of that same imaginary line–seems lame. Every Israeli citizen should be treated the same way according to the laws and mores of the State of Israel irrespective of which side of that imaginary line he or she lives on. As for those who would make such a billboard and create such a song and those who tout such hatred–those individuals will never be peace partners with Israel.

  • “Peace will come when Abbas stops calling Jews ‘defilers’ and he stops embracing murderers.” Netanyahu, the paper Tiger that he is recognized to be, is wrong as usual. Peace will come when he develops the stones to banish Abbas and everyone that incites violence against Jews to Jordan. Lebanon, or Siberia if need be.

    For those old enough to remember this worked very well for a long time until for some God forsaken reason they brought those savages back from Tunisia to murder Jews.

  • Michael Fox

    Arrest, deport and destroy the homes of the inciting Arab anarchists who equate democracy with cowardice and weakness.

  • Marv Hershenson

    Gee, what do you expect? Thinking out loud would for a moment, what would be the world reaction if a billboard was created that called for running over Arabs? I can see the headlines; the White House would be screaming; the leftist, the BDS people would also be screaming… and yet the world is silent to such bs….because the world perceives Israel as Goliath. Such nonsense.

  • Bernard Ross

    dumb Jews will still talk peace, still lift blockade and still treat jew killers spawn in Israeli hospitals
    go figure
    I guess they have to wait to hear the sound of the gas hissing to wake up from the slumber

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