- Worshipping Allah in a Church
- Zaid Ibrahim Demand Apology from Najib Razak
- Jambatan bosi jambatan kayu
- The master in IDIOTICRACY? Uncultured Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim.
- Kempen Burukkan DAP Begitu Aktif Berjalan di Dalam PAS Selangor
- Night with PKR in Johor Bahru (Update)
- MCMC targets Malaysiakini again
- Global Warming Causes Mini-Kaiju Attacks in Japan
- Umno's 'cheap shot' at animal rights ruffles feathers
- SNAP Losts in Logjam Direction….
- Don't Blame us for the Haze - Indonesia
- Open letter to the IPU: Anwar's trial should continue
- This is why BN lost in Sibu
- Did Siva read Zaid's manifesto at all?
- Malaysian Internet woes
- Makkal Sakti party deserves more from BN
- Estet.. A Malaysian spirit movie
- Teoh inquest: 'Suicide note' author still a mystery
- Billion Ringgit palace
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 12:36 PM PDT
(This post is mainly intended for the Christian/Jewish readers of this blog. Atheist/Agnostics might not be able to relate to it that much. But of course, everyone is welcome to read and comment. ;-) )
I haven't stepped into a mosque in about 4 years, if I remember correctly. And I don't miss a thing. Yes, it was my past and yes, I still have memories from those horrible days of my life but that's all it is. Memories and past. I have moved on. I have adopted a Christian name and I have changed.
One of the first thing that I tried to do (and I think I have been very successful at it) was remove everything that was part of my life or my self that was even remotely Islamic. I have changed my thinking, my culture and everything else to become this new man that I am. I have lost a lot too along the way but there is nothing that I have now that I would even think about giving up for things that I had in the past. I have lost my old family and friends but in their stead I have gained many times more—both family and friends. God has been good to me.
God. I have devoted my life to getting to know who God really is. What he likes, what he doesn't like or what he out-rightly hates (This might be shocking for some Christians but God does hate). Reading the Bible (mainly the Tanakh) over and over and obsessing over different passages, I have gotten to know a God who is caring, loving, just and real! The God that I know exists is a God that I have gotten to know not only through the Bible but also through personal experience (no, I didn't see any visions or bright lights and crap). And this is the God I want to worship when I go to church.
However, today when I was at church, all of a sudden the people decide they wanted to sing a song with one of the lines translated into Arabic. And guess what they replaced the word God with. Yup, Allah. And that is not even the worst part. For normal songs, people were just singing but when the Arabic and the word Allah came up, they all went crazy with their arms in the air, waving from side to side. It was a real worship but after so many years of carefully staying away from the mosque, I felt like I had stepped into one again and I did so innocently and unknowingly but I did so willingly.
Anyone that believes that Allah is the Arabic word for God is nothing but stupid. Because if you were interested and studied Arabic even a little bit, you'd know that the Arabic word for God is "Ilah" and the Arabic word for "the God" is Al-Ilah. Allah is not even a definable word. Allah has been used as a proper name for chief pagan deities in Mecca since before the advent of Islam. The war-cry of Islam "Allah-hu-akbar" meaning "Allah is greater" attests to that history of the word Allah. Point is, Allah is the proper name of the Islamic god (La ILAHa il ALLAH…—means there is no god but Allah).
It is true that the first ever Bible that was translated into Arabic (9th century AD) used the word Allah for God, however, don't forget that that translation was 1) intended for the Arab world 2) translated by a Christian living in Muslim lands 3) translated so that Muslims won't find it offensive and might even come to Christ if they think Muslims and Christians believe in the same god. Every other translation that has followed has followed one or all of the above points.
I have said this before but now I see it in my own church, with people that I think and know love God and actually believe that they're doing the right thing, I see that slowly everyone is bowing to Islam. And innocent people don't know a thing about what they're doing. It breaks my heart to see that in this age of information technology the one thing that people don't have is information and if they do, they have the wrong kind, the kind that is known as "a lie". It is easy and it is comfortable to believe in a lie. It is comfortable to think Jesus was some sort of a teddy bear that would hug everyone because people accept you better if you're all love. People don't like you if you tell them they're wrong. And people want to be liked. For some reason it has become people's need to be liked. To be accepted.
There are a lot of things that we believe in solely because that's what makes us comfortable (for example, my belief that there is one true God might be thought as a false belief by some). I was very comfortable when I was a Muslim. But what I saw the truth, I took hard, solid steps to get out of my comfort zone and change my thinking and personality. I changed my whole life and I am very glad about it. I am willing to do the same all over again if I find out that what I believe to be true is, in fact, not true. A lot of us might have to do that if we stand a chance to come out alive of this mess that Islam has made. A lot of us will need to understand that Allah is a different god. A lot will need to understand that Jesus wasn't all love. And a lot of us will, after we realize it all, need to change our lives radically.
Sadly, I don't see a lot of us willing to do that though.
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 11:53 AM PDT
Zaid Ibrahim demands that Najib Razak gives a public apology to all Malaysians for his threats to the nation.
Najib Razak had in his opening speech in the UMNO general assembly vowed to defend umno at all cost even if it meant crushed bodies and lost lives.
Najib had further warned of the possibilities of racial cleansing such as in Rwanda and Bosnia.
Zaid said to a pack hall of about 1200 people that this is an irresponsible act by a Prime Minister and called on all Malaysian to completely reject such violent speech that reflect the fear and insecurity of Najib which is a Prime Minister without the mandate of the people. Najib is desperate, his behavior and threats no longer can work in this modern times and that he will be fully rejected in the next general election says Zaid to loud applause and cheers from the crowd.
Zaid Ibrahim in his concluding speech went on to stress that the people should vote without fear and not fall for the tricks of Najib who is a weak and insecure Prime Minister fumbling with his flip flop policies as reflected throuout his tenure and in the recent national budget planning of the country bringing on scores of irrelevant project and wasteful spending resulting in higher budget deficit.
Zaid compares the credibility of the talents in Pakatan Rakyat against the proven failures of the BN Ministers all throughout the many years of BN corrupt governance. He further stressed that the Pakatan alliance is an alliance of democratic consensus and not one single party could dominate over the others unlike UMNO where all the other components are subservient to the masters in UMNO.
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 10:36 AM PDT
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 09:59 AM PDT
The premier, who used the term "terkilan" (disappointed), said that a dialogue would have been a more reasonable approach.
"He said he will personally ask Rais to explain what many saw as an unnecessary action taken when other means of finding a solution could have been conducted," stated the Barking Magpie blog.
Rais had filed the police reports against blogger Ahirudin Attan, who runs the popular Rocky's Bru blog, BigDog and TnT. The reports were related to the allegation that Rais' son was one of the beneficiaries of the ministry's RM1 billion grant to improve broadband access within the nation.
Another blog, Apanama, also reported that Najib had expressed disappointment with Rais, and warned that the latter's political future could be at stake.
"Our friend Dr Rais Yatim appears to be in trouble and may need the services of a real (I mean medical) doctor soon. He might also need a 'political' doctor to save his career, apart from the dumb spin-doctors who have successfully dragged him into the pit. Rais's decision to lodge the police reports could just be one of his biggest mistakes in his tenure as a minister and politician in Malaysia," read the posting.
Meanwhile, Ahirudin said the Malaysian Communication and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), which falls under Rai's ministry, had called him for another round of investigation relating to the matter.
"I doubt they're meeting me to return my (seized) laptop, though," he said.
Rais Yatim Making a Fool of Himself
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 07:55 AM PDT
Mula2 saya cuma membaca artikel Pak Bakaq/Penarik Beca. Bahawa berlaku kempen memburukkan DAP dan PKR dalam sebuah usrah di rumah HAsan Ali.
NAmun apabila saya mendengar sendiri ucapan Dato Harun Din dalam majlis itu, saya menjadi sangat-sangat kesal dan sedih. Mengapa Dato Harun Din dan PAS Selangor menghabiskan waktu dan masa yang begitu berharga melakukan suatu perkara yang menguntungkan UMNO dan Barisan NAsional.
Malahan, ucapan ini dibuat selepas wafatnya bekas ADUN Galas. Sepatutnya, ucapan ini mengarah kepada persediaan untuk DUN Galas dan bagaimana hendak memenangi DUN Galas.
Namun, ucapan berkisar kepada mengulangi fitnah-fitnah UMNO ke atas rakan PAS dalam PAkatan Rakyat.
Misalnya, fitnah UMNO kononnya berlaku huru-hara dalam Parti Keadilan Rakyat. Hakikatnya, huru hara itu hanya melibatkan 4 cabang PKR dan cabang2 lain seluruh Malaysia berjalan dengan baik.
Berlaku penangguhan 9 cabang pun adalah atas sebab AJK Pemilihan mereka yang tidak bersedia dengan baik. Bukannya sebab pergaduhan atau persengketaan.
Saya terkejut mendengar ceramah Dato Harun Din di usrah di rumah Dato Hasan Ali. Saya begitu terkejut dan begitu kesal dengan kempen memburukkan DAP dan PKR yang begitu aktif dalam PAS Selangor sekarang ini.
Mungkin Dato Harun Din perlu memberitahu mengapa beliau melobi Ahli Parlimen Lembah Pantai bagi pihak AMONA dan Dato Osman untuk membina Condo 26 tingkat. Sumber saya di Lembah Pantai memberitahu saya rakaman perjumpaan tersebut ada dibuat dan menunggu masa untuk dikeluarkan.
MEngapa Dato Harun Din sanggup menganjurkan perjumpaan dengan Nurul Izzah meminta Nurul Izzah menyokong projek Amona membina Condo 26 tingkat? Mengapa Dato HArun Din boleh pergi melobi projek tersebut bagi pihak seorang korporat UMNO?
Begitu juga DAto Hasan Ali, saya nak tanya bila nak keluarkan laporan bertulis kepada PAS Pusat?
Oleh kerana skrg musim pilihanraya kecil GALAS, saya tidak akan dedah rakaman usrah di kediaman Hasan Ali tersebut.
Itu sahaja buat kali ini
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 01:37 PM PDT
(Elizabeth Wong - Darling of the Crowd)
Malam Harapan Baru with Party Keadilan Rakyat in Johor Bahru 22 Oct 2010.
You have to be here to see this event, a sold-out dinner talk with tables costing RM600 to RM1000 per table for ten held at the popular TaiZen Restaurant in Taman Molek, just at the fringe of the Johor Bahru city district. There were over 120 tables in total which is about the maximum of tables that could be packed into this hall like restaurant and the food which is pork-free caters to the all Malaysian crowd was delicious and of good quality.
The people who paid good money to attend and listen to the well received speakers consist of all races from Businessmen, local popular Datuks, Professionals, Employees, Families and Civil Servants, yes that's right, civil servants from the local government office and they were quite a few number of them much to my surprise. This is a real Malaysian crowd with many tables seated with mix races that makes for a real pretty sight and to find it here in Johor Bahru is a real pleasant revelation.
The speakers main table was much visited by the people seeking photo shoot opportunity with the PKR politicians and autographs, Zaid Ibrahim was kept busy signing his books that were purchased by the people sold in the entrance foyer and even on his way out after his speech he was continuously stop by the audience requesting for photo shoot and to autograph on his book.
Elizabeth was the next to speak after Zaid Ibrahim and was much loved by the crowd with her natural and relax charm, Elizabeth, the darling of the crowd advised the people to be wary of the main stream media and their crooked spin against Pakatan Rakyat reminding them of the drop in ranking on media freedom under the umno led government.
She further expounded on the RM 5 billion 100 storey tower of Najib and the other mega-projects as a mismanagement of the people's money calling on Malaysians to voice their protest against these wasteful projects.
(Tian Chua - A Hero Well Received)
Tian Chua was very well received and had to go round the tables with people requesting to be photograph and shaking hands to everyone in the hall just like a movie star.
Tian Chua was the last speaker of the night and his speech was continuously interrupted with cheers and loud applause. Tian has come a long way as a speaker and has confidently grown to be now a well respected politician able to hold his ground against any from the BN camp. He has impressed the audience calling on them to stand up against the oppressive and corrupt governance by making sure they and their families and friends vote correctly for a new Malaysia.
My suggestion to Pakatan Rakyat is to invite one or two people from the blogging community to witness such events that were being organized throughout the country. The sight of the Malaysians attending such events exudes much confidence towards the founding of a New Malaysia.
Due compliments must be extended to the local party members for putting together such an excellent and successful event.
I am very much impressed. Looks like there is hope yet.
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 04:23 AM PDT
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 12:56 AM PDT
+0.005 degree = Bear attacks
Excerpt from AFP:
Contrary to Tatsuo-san's conjecture, global warming hysteria has not resulted in any shortage of nuts in the science fields.
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 03:56 AM PDT
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 03:44 AM PDT
The facts must be correct and clarified and not lies. How often have we heard this coming from various politicians from both sides of the house? If the statements on the logjam and causes are being misquoted and misleading we leave it to you to make your own opinions. ( the report can be read here….)
However we take a particular interests in this statement"logjam was also caused by the construction of Murum Hydro-electric Dam" audie61 called up the Councillor Tan Kian Hoo and he said,"Edwin SNAP President got losts along the way and he should get his facts or geography right before he comes out with his statement"
Let me say it again and is there any logic on this,"Balui and Baleh are tributaries of Batang Rajang. Murum River (which is above Bakun) is a tributary of the Balui, while Sungai Melatai is a tributary of Baleh. So how could debris in Murum floated overland to Baleh, by-passing Bakun Hydro-electric Dam?
Though he is unhappy he said that there must be answers and the people of Kapit will not want unfounded and misleading statements from people who dont know their facts.
THE TRUTH WILL PREVAIL
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 02:05 AM PDT
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 01:51 AM PDT
(Unhealthy Haze in Singapore)
Don't only blame us for the Haze said the Environment Ministry of the Indonesian government, we had discovered 13 fire hot spots in Sarawak, Malaysia.
Singapore has been covered in thick smoke this week while its three-hour Pollutant Standards Index recorded a rise to an "unhealthy" range of 108 as of 6 p.m, much higher than 80 on Wednesday, which was the worst since 2006, as reported by Reuters.
Malaysia has push the blame on poor air quality in some of its southern towns on fires on Indonesia's Sumatra island.
"We have not determined if the source is from fires in Riau. We still need to check," Indonesia's Environment Ministry deputy minister for environmental communication and people's empowerment Ilyas Asaad told reporters at a press conference.
"It is still a one-sided complaint from Singapore or Malaysia," Ilyas said, in response to statements that the haze had come from Indonesia.
Singapore Foreign Minister George Yeo telephoned his Indonesian counterpart, Marty Natalegawa, to express concern about the haze and reiterated Singapore's immediate readiness to help Jakarta put out fires on Sumatra.
"Minister Yeo informed Minister Marty that the PSI went over 100 yesterday and cases of respiratory problems including asthma had increased significantly," the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
A reading above 100 on Singapore's PSI, or pollution standards index, is considered unhealthy.
Meanwhile to help you cope with the haze in a fashionably healthy way, Singaporeans designers has launch the latest men and ladies collection for the annual Haze season.
Jakarta Post report HERE
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 03:41 PM PDT
From Pandak Tukan, via e-mail
I am appreciative of the fact that you are very concerned about the quality of legal proceedings in my country as evidenced by your resolution on the current Anwar Ibrahim sodomy trial.
I understand why, on the basis of the Trowell report to you on the discrepancies surrounding the trial, you are led to observe that there is a lack of equality between the prosecution and the defence. I am also in full agreement with your call to the Malaysian Parliament to ensure a better administration of justice.
However, I disagree strongly with your stand that the interest of the Malaysian public would be served by having the proceedings stopped. To do so is nothing less than to impose exceedingly high standards, yours but not Malaysia's, over a trial which has thus far proceeded in fits and starts.
Notwithstanding the apparently flawed proceedings, as an ordinary Malaysian, I would like to see the trial continue as I am very interested to know what facts and evidence will be further presented by both the prosecution and defence to support their case.
As an observer of the first sodomy trial of Anwar Ibrahim circa 1998-2000 and as his ardent sympathiser during those times, I have to say there are some questions I really would like answered, hopefully during the present proceedings. Also there are some notable peculiarities, independent of the actions of the prosecution, which make me believe the trial should proceed.
First, in the 1998-2000 trial Anwar was evidently victimised by trumped up charges of sodomy and homosexuality and suffered six years of incarceration as a result. Right now, I am dying to know what it was that possessed him to be caught in circumstances that allowed for similar charges, as his earlier trial, to be laid against him.
Has he not learned anything from experience? This is not an instance of 'blaming the victim'. On the contrary, it is a fair question to ask of someone who aspires to be the country's prime minister.
I want to know whether it was sheer lack of good judgement on his part or the existence of some uncontrollable latent tendencies within him that set the ball rolling in the present saga. Either way, it does not look good for a man who wants to be the leader of 27 million of his fellow Malaysians .
Second, singularly unprecedented in Malaysian legal history, it was the defence in a sexual offence case that requested for the alleged victim's testimony of the offence to be held in camera. And the presiding judge was impartial enough to allow the request. I do not know if both facts had been included in Mr Trowell's report to the IPU.
As a man-on-the-street observing the trial, I am now really interested to know what it was that the defence wanted to hide by shielding from public knowledge that particular witness's testimony of the alleged sexual act.
With millions of other Malaysians, I wanted to know if the reputedly formidable lead counsel for the defence had managed to tear into shreds the testimony of that witness relating to the alleged sex act. It was not just a matter of doing so before the judge. It was an opportunity for the defence to sway public opinion that the witness was a false one. Most disappointingly, it was not to be as, through the defence's own doing, the press was not allowed to report that particular testimony. How very odd, I thought, and how very different it is from the first sodomy trial.
Third, the testimony of medical professionals had only just begun in the trial. It is beginning to get really interesting. I was truly disappointed that the lead counsel for the defence chose not to immediately cross-examine the doctors.
Maybe he was flummoxed by their answers to the prosecutors' questions; maybe in his wisdom he needed to consult his set of medical experts to look for holes in the doctors' testimony. Whatever it is, the defence should not be denied their chance to cross-examine the doctors. For that reason, it is very much in the public interest for the trial to proceed.
Finally, as I said above, the present trial had progressed very intermittently. This is in marked contrast to the first sodomy trial where there was a very discernible hurriedness in the proceedings, so much so that it was plausibly termed a persecution rather than prosecution.
For this reason, I am very much inclined to maintain an objective outlook rather than have any pre-conceived ideas over the current trial, despite the discrepancies observed by Mr Trowell.
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 03:40 PM PDT
From Dr Patau Rubis, via e-mail
Barisan Nasional's defeat in Sibu is not a "shock defeat". BN simply over-bought the Chinese voters and the Sibu Chinese were smart enough to realize that BN do not have money to implement all its promises.
They also realize that more taxes will be made to get the money needed which will mean that it will be more difficult for ordinary businessmen to do business. BN has to review its delivery system and its patronage in order to reduce costs of implementing projects.
Perkasa's involvement does not help as Sarawak was initially non-racial. It is only BN politics which had created greater racial awareness that it is by race Malaysia works.
One non-Chinese political activist told me, his people were cool on voting because the by-election as a "buy-election benefitting only the Foochows of Sibu", so why should they be involved?
For the Ibans, they were given RM100 per vote, paid direct to the voter, he alleged. He was back in Kuching drinking coffee rather than in Sibu to vote or mobilize the voters for one or the other as neither will help the Dayak cause.
The "Allah issue", who created it? It was not a Sarawakian issue but an issue imposed by the racial and religious politics of West Malaysia, especially Umno politicians and maybe Ibrahim Ali's Perkasa. Many Muslim friends told me that it is not even an issue from the Quran, but a Malaysian made issue.
Pakatan meawhile had the upper hand amongst the voters of Sibu as SUPP also had its own internal problem between those who supported the president and those deemed to be against him.
The writer is a veteran Sarawak politician.
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 03:38 PM PDT
From Gordon Loh, via e-mail
I am commenting on Sivarasa's comment on Zaid's manifesto which I cannot comprehend, or is somewhat misleading.
Sivarasa claimed Zaid said PKR is a one issue party, and he does not care for Anwar. But I do not see it in Zaid's manifesto.
What he said is that people must focus on more pressing issues ahead and to remind people that while protecting Anwar, they have to work with the people preparing for GE13.
Also in Zaid's manifesto it clearly says, "I, too care about him (Anwar) and his family.
This is what Zaid had said in his manifesto:
"I am thankful and grateful for the confidence and support shown by members and party branches through their nominations. It is, after all, for them that I have stood up and spoken out. I do not seek this position for glory. I do it because of the challenges it brings. I do it because of the hard work that still remains. While other candidates harp on their ability to protect Anwar, I believe he has mustered the best legal team to protect him. I, too, care about him and his family, but above all, it is the struggle and interests of the people that is paramount. And I know that the party members will be able to make that distinction."
Sivarasa also criticised Zaid for criticising Anwar's legal team but that is up to his own interpretation.
Unless he thinks that he himself is not good enough; if not he should not think that others are saying he is not good enough.
Sivarasa joins slam Zaid chorus
Manifesto: Zaid aims to pilot PKR beyond Anwar
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 03:37 PM PDT
From G Sunil, via e-mail
Streamyx sucks. Dial- up? Not even an option anymore. UniFi? Still waiting. "Sabar ajelah..."
In mid-2000 WiMax seemed to hold a lot of promise. The government allocated several licenses to numerous WiMax bidders, and the people were promised high speed wireless 802.16 broadband.
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 03:37 PM PDT
From Ramu PKK Nadarajah, via e-mail
Tamil dailies have carried an announcement by RS Thanenthiran that he is still the president of Malaysia Makkal Sakti Party (MMSP). This has raised many questions and concerns among the majority of party supporters nationwide.
Thanenthiran was legally expelled from the party on Jan 17, 2010 by the majority of the central committee members in a meeting which was properly conducted. It was even witnessed by media and other observers.
We are very surprised and shocked that such a person is being backed by the BN leadership.
People who had come for the launcing of the party on Oct 10, 2009 were supporters of either A Vathemurthy (founding deputy president) or Kannan Ramasamy (founding secretary-general). Thanenthiran only brought in a bus of people who were his family members, relatives and his restaurant's foreign workers.
He had used the supporters of Vathemurthy and Kannan to show to the prime minister that he has a strong support of the Indian community. The fact is that he has near to zero support, but for the backing of his cronies and family members.
In his one-year tenure as the party's president, he had not done any people-oriented activities but used the old way to pull in the crowd by giving out hampers. He did this in Kuala Lipis, Sungai Siput and Kuala Ketil.
He was also not received well by the people of Hulu Selangor during the by-election there last April. However both Vathemurthy and Kannan were welcomed by the voters of Ladang Nigel and Kalumpang.
In the past he had refused to answer questions on his financial transparency. He had also unilaterally amended the party constitution to assume more power.
We now strongly believe that the Registrar of Societies and the government are backing a corrupt and fraudulent leader like Thanenthiran.
The BN leadership should reliase the hard work being done by the new group of MMSP leaders in bringing in new members from Pakatan parties to our side.
However we face problems in moving forward if the BN leadership continues to engage with Thanenthiran who has lost the confidence of the party members.
BN must now show respect to the majority voice of the MMSP, failing which we will have no choice but to reconsider our support for BN.
The writer is MMSP's youth chief.
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 10:24 PM PDT
Posted: 21 Oct 2010 10:26 PM PDT
Posted: 22 Oct 2010 06:01 AM PDT
I am a loyal Malaysian citizen. I love my country. And the Agung is my king and has my respect and loyalty. And whether you are Malay, Chinese or Indian or any one of the races that make up Bangsa Malaysia.Whether you are a kampung or city dweller. Whether you are a farmer or a university graduate. Whether you support Barisan Nasional or Pakatan Rakyat. If you have an ounce of intelligence. You must ask of the powers that approved the RM1billion extravagance......
Sorry. Since it is the start of the weekend let's have a few laughs to go with that.
Let's start with one from one of the masters of political comedy...
"I use public transport once in a while" - Syed Hamid Albar, former Foreign Minister and current chairman of the Land Public Transport Commission.
"......commercials on sanitary pads are openly shown on TV and this could influence the young to get involved in social ills" - Johor Puteri Umno delegate Azura Mohd Afandi.
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