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Life under occupation

Teacher, several pupils, injured by army gas bombs in HebronIMEMC/Amos Gvirtz - Since the recent start of the school year, there are ongoing clashes between Israeli soldiers and elementary school children in Hebron, on their way to school. For example, Monday September 10, 2018, three children threw stones at the Qitoun Checkpoint. Soldiers responded by hurling 19 teargas canisters and 5 stun grenades at the children. At the same time, soldiers detained for half an hour the principal of the boys` school. At the entrance to the public boys` school soldiers beat up and wounded a teacher when teachers tried to prevent the army`s invasion of the school yard.[ak] 18/9/2018
Palestinian Beaten to Death by Israeli SoldiersIMEMC - “At around 4 in the morning, some 30 Israeli special forces soldiers invaded the Khatib family home in Beit Rima. They had come for the 24 year old Mohammad Zaghloul al-Khatib. As told by his mother, the soldiers beat him on the head, then smashed his head several times against the wall until he fell down, unconscious. They handcuffed his prone body and left the scene, him being unconscious and handcuffed and given no medical attention. The family was later contacted by an Israeli intelligence officer, asking them whether Mohammad had any “preexisting conditions”, and they assured the officer that their son was completely healthy. After two hours, the family was formally informed of their son’s death. Two years before Mohammad had been shot in the leg. [ak] 18/9/2018
Death before lifeHamza Abu Eltarabesh - The Electronic Intifada - "“Imagine,” said Muhammad, who declared he could never forgive what happened, “my baby daughter was issued a death certificate before she even had a birth certificate.”" - id 12/9/2018
A new year begins with the destruction of Khan al-Ahmar Gush Shalom - "According to the ruling, the state may demolish all the structures in the community, including a school attended by some 180 children, about half of them from other communities, as of the middle of next week." - id 12/9/2018
Israel bans Al-Tamimi from traveling abroadEsat Firat - AA (the Turkish Anadolu news agency) - Basim al-Tamimi told Anadolu Agency that he and his family had planned to travel to Europe via Jordan, participate in some events and discuss the Palestinian resistance movement and the experience of being detained in Israel. But they were informed by Palestinian authorities that Israel had banned them from traveling abroad. They had planned to leave Friday morning. [bz] 11/9/2018
Minors in Jeopardy: Violation of the Rights of Palestinian Minors by Israel’s Military CourtsB`Tselem - "We entered the courtroom and then Malek was led in by two soldiers, with his hands and legs shackled. It wrenched my heart to see him like that, but I held back from crying in front of him. He was about 20 meters away from me, inside a cage. He asked me how I was, but the soldiers motioned him to be silent. They treated him cruelly...The soldiers grabbed him by the shoulder and pushed him ahead. They don’t let the detainees talk to their families, but there was no other opportunity to go up to him and ask how he was – not even two minutes. We couldn’t visit him in prison, either.From the testimony of Maysoun al-Kaeid given to B`Tselem field researcher Salma a-Deb’i on 19 December 2017." ca 8/9/2018
The families of Khan Al-Ahmar insist on their right to remain and defend their villageJamal Jaheleen - Mondoweiss "After my grandfather suffered through displacement and the pain of occupation he died, leaving us to continue the struggle. Many of the Jahalin tribe lived in Khan Al-Ahmar for many years and continue to live there today without the most basic needs; no electricity, no water, without education or healthcare or services, without anything. The best way to describe it, is that Khan Al-Ahmar passed through the twenty-first century as if it were the last century BC. Yet, it remained steadfast and strong in the face of the occupation and the flocks of settlers, and it will remain, refusing to give up or to succumb to another nakba." ca7/9/2018
Army Injures Many Of Palestinians Near RamallahIMEMC News - "Israeli soldiers injured, Friday, dozens of Palestinians holding a nonviolent protest in Ras Karkar village, west of Ramallah, in central West Bank.Dozens of Palestinians marched in the village, and headed towards their lands threatened with further illegal annexation for the construction and expansion of Israel’s’ illegal colonies." ca 7/9/2018
August 2018 newsletterBazel Yazoury - Defence for Children International - As children around the world head back to school, our thoughts are with Palestinian children who spent their summers locked up in Israeli detention centers and prisons. Many remain behind bars now, unable to join their classmates on the first day of school.-rh5/9/2018
68 Palestinian workers arrested for working without “permits”PNN - Palestine News Network = "The Palestinians, between 20 and 60 years old, were trying to cross the border in the Hebron area to go to work when they were arrested on the pretext of not having permits." - id 5/9/2018
This Palestinian Life: Uncovering the stories of women behind the wallHenriette Chacar - +972 - "A podcast highlighting stories of Christian Palestinian women aims to inform new audiences on how occupation impacts their personal lives." - id 5/9/2018
What Lies Beneath: The US-Israeli Plot to ‘Save’ GazaRamzy Baroud - Countercurrents - Regardless of whether a permanent truce is achieved between Israel and the Hamas-led Gaza factions, the sad truth is that, whatever grand illusion is harbored by Washington and Tel Aviv at the moment, is almost entirely based on exploiting Palestinian divisions, for which the Palestinian leadership is to be wholly blamed.-rh5/9/2018
US cuts to UNRWA point to the dark future being readied for the PalestiniansJonathan Cook - Countercurrents - The US State Department said on Friday it would no longer continue its $360 million annual contributions to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), depriving it of a third of its budget. US officials described the organisation as “irredeemably flawed”. The move follows an announcement last week that Washington had slashed $200 million from other aid programmes for the Palestinians. About five million Palestinians – many languishing for decades in refugee camps across the Middle East – rely on the agency for essential food, healthcare and education.-rh5/9/2018
Israel Doesn’t Want to Be My StateSayed Kashua - The New York Times - When Israel was founded on the ruins of the Palestinian people in 1948, it was defined as a Jewish state. The Israeli flag was always a Jewish one, bearing a Star of David; the national anthem invokes the “Jewish soul,” excluding anyone who is not Jewish from these national symbols. The Palestinians who became Israeli citizens when the state was founded — like my family — have always been viewed as an undesirable demographic burden and subjected to discrimination. So what does the issuance of the Nationality Law change? In essence, perhaps not that much. It has turned de facto racism into de jure racism.-rh5/9/2018
‘We have the right to be equal citizens!’ Palestinian mayor slams Israeli Housing MinisterJonathan Ofir - Mondoweiss - Amer el Huzail, the Deputy Mayor of Rahat, wouldn’t take this chauvinist, colonialist offense lying down. He answered Galant’s words in Hebrew, putting the “illegal construction” claim into its actual colonialist context, and rebuffing the shameful demand to be silent about Israeli Apartheid: First of all, thank you for your contribution of 13 million shekels from the Housing Ministry, really, thank you. But this is not the time and place to sting politically. Therefore I must retort in the same political way. First of all there is no “illegal construction in the Negev”. There are unrecognized villages and they must be recognized. Recognize the villages! You can’t follow this model of concentrating a maximal number of Bedouin Arabs on a minimal area. The Negev is large enough to include the unrecognized villages. Recognize the unrecognized villages. Stop demolishing the houses of Bedouins in the Negev. Let them live just like the Jewish neighbors!-rh5/9/2018
Jerusalem mayor vows to kick out UN agency for Palestinian refugeesAllison Deger - Mondoweiss - Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat today promised to kick out the UN agency responsible for refugee services saying the move will support Israeli “sovereignty and unity of Jerusalem.” He also appealed to “increase the Israelization” of East Jerusalem. Barkat’s promise to shut down the UN Relief and Works Agency, UNRWA, operations in Jerusalem was made at conference hosted by Israel’s Hadashot TV network, reported the Times of Israel. In his speech Barkat accused UNRWA of running schools that promote “incitement” against Israel through its education system.-rh “We will close their schools and give pupils hope and Israeli matriculation in the city’s schools, we will put an end to incitement, and we will replace their failed welfare services with our plan,” he said.       5/9/2018
Israel welcomes end of US funding for UN Palestinian refugee agencyTOI STAFF and AGENCIES - The Times of Israel - Israel welcomed Saturday a US decision to end funding for the UN Palestinian refugee agency (UNRWA), accusing the organization which supports some 5 million Palestinians of perpetuating the Middle East conflict. “Israel supports the US move,” an official in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said on condition of anonymity.-rh5/9/2018
Israel shutters Gaza pedestrian crossing after border clashesTOI STAFF - The Times of Israel - Israel announced the temporary closure of its sole pedestrian crossing with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday after the border terminal was damaged during clashes between Israeli troops and Palestinians. Hundreds of Palestinians took part in a violent riot at the Erez Crossing on Tuesday, according to the Israel Defense Forces, during which infrastructure on the Palestinian side of the crossing was damaged by rioters. “As a result, the crossing has been closed until the repairing of the damage caused as a result of the riot is completed,” the army said in a statement.-rh 5/9/2018
Several wounded as Israel demolishes four homes in WalajehAviv Tatarsky - +972 - The village, part of which was annexed to East Jerusalem but left on the West Bank side of the separation barrier, has over 50 pending demolition orders. Israel has not approved any building permits since 1967. On Monday morning, after Israeli forces demolished two of the homes in Walajeh, dozens of residents gathered inside, on the roof of, and around a third home in hopes of stopping its demolition... [bz]3/9/2018
Israeli Naval Forces Arrest 6 Fishermen, detain Fishing boat, and drown another boat in Gaza SeaPCHR - The Israeli Naval forces have escalated their attacks against the Palestinian fishermen in the Gaza Strip, prevented them from fishing freely and denying them access to the areas where fish breed. All of this refutes the Israeli authorities’ claims of easing the ongoing naval blockade and expanding the fishing area to 9 nautical miles off the Gaza shore. [bz]3/9/2018
Detainees In Etzion Complain Of Dire Conditions, Skin RashIMEMC - "Fararja stated that Etzion prison is one of the worst detention centers used by the Israeli military, especially since many detainees are held in iron rooms, described by the detainees in summer as “ovens,” and as “fridges” in winter." - id 29/8/2018
Court rules state must allow Hamas relatives into Israel for cancer treatmentTOI STAFF - The Times of Israel - The High Court ruled Sunday that Israel must allow five women from Gaza who are purportedly close relatives of members of the Hamas terrorist group to travel to East Jerusalem for life-saving medical treatment. The majority of the women were said to be suffering from cancer. Israel has banned the relatives of Hamas members from entering Israel for medical treatment as part of an attempt to pressure the terrorist organization into returning the bodies of two Israeli soldiers it has held since the 2014 Gaza conflict, as well as two Israeli citizens who entered the Strip after that and are believed to be held by the group.-rh29/8/2018
Ahed Tamimi and the power of Palestinian womenRamzy Baroud - Aljazeera - Ahed`s story garnered a disproportionate amount of attention from international media outlets which have otherwise often ignored the courage and suffering of numerous Palestinian girls and women living under Israeli military occupation and siege for many years. Recognising this fact, Ahed`s mother, Nariman said: "Frankly it is probably Ahed`s looks that prompted this worldwide solidarity, and that`s racist, by the way, because many Palestinian children are in Ahed`s position but weren`t treated in this way."-rh29/8/2018
Israeli Army Issues An Order Preventing Student From Entering College For Six MonthsIMEMC News - The student, Yousef Dweikat, 20, is from Balata town, east of Nablus. In a phone interview, the student told the Palestinian News & Info Agency (WAFA), that he was summoned for interrogation in Salem military base and security center, west of Jenin. He added that he was interrogated by Israeli intelligence officers before they handed him a warrant preventing him from entering his college, the an- Najah National University, in Nablus, for six months.-rh29/8/2018
When illness is a `death sentence`: The victimization of Gaza womenMA`AN NEWS AGENCY - "The state is sentencing the petitioners to death or a lifetime of suffering," said Muna Haddad, an advocate with Gisha. By "petitioners", she was referring to seven Gaza women who were denied access to urgent medical treatment by Israel, which required them to leave the besieged Gaza Strip. The suffering of Gaza women rarely makes headlines. When Palestinian women are not invisible in Western media coverage, they are seen as hapless victims of circumstances beyond their control.-rh29/8/2018
PCHR: Israel continues application of collective punishment policy PNN - Palestine News Network - "According to PCHR’s investigations, at approximately 03:30 on Tuesday, Israeli forces backed by dozens of military vehicles and accompanied with a bulldozer moved into Kobar village, north of Ramallah. They surrounded a house belonging to the family of Mohamed Dar Yousef and then demolished it completely. The house was built on an area of 100 square meters, sheltering 3 members, including a child. Meanwhile, the Israeli forces fired sound bombs and tear gas canisters between the residential houses, but no injuries among civilians were reported. At approximately 05:00, the Israeli forces withdrew from the village, and no more incidents were reported." - id 29/8/2018
Gaza’s unhealed woundsSarah Algherbawi - The Electronic Intifada - "Muhammad al-Najjar lost 19 members of his family in a single Israeli strike in 2014."..."Israeli military prosecutors have just closed yet another internal probe into the conduct of soldiers during the army’s assault on the occupied Gaza Strip in summer 2014." - id29/8/2018
Palestinian Children, the True Victims of the ConflictCarmen Arroyo - INTER PRESS SERVICE - Ill-treatment of Palestinian child detainees by Israeli forces is widespread, systematic and institutionalised throughout the Israeli military detention system,” Brad Parker, international advocacy officer and attorney at DCIP, told IPS.-rh22/8/2018
Palestinians don’t deserve disempowered livesHussein Ibish - - In a tiny West Bank village not long ago, a teenage girl slapped a heavily armed soldier outside her home. The prevailing sense among 7 million Jews was that she was a violent renegade, a kind of apprentice terrorist. But almost 7 million Palestinians saw her act as effectively, or at least relatively, nonviolent. They viewed her as fully justified and, indeed, heroic.-rh22/8/2018
I’m One of the Young People Who Walked Off Birthright Israel This Summer : Here’s why I chose to leave the trip.Bethany Zaiman - The Nation - Midway through my 10-day tour of Israel with Birthright in June, our trip leaders handed out a map of the country to each participant. The map clearly showed Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and the winding Jordan River, but it had no demarcation for the West Bank, the Palestinian territory that Israel has illegally occupied for more than 50 years. Looking at the map, I was taken aback by the blatant way this supposedly apolitical trip was making such a political decision as to erase the existence of Palestinian people and their land. I felt something inside of me break, and I knew I needed to do something.-rh22/8/2018
Gaza Without Cancer Medicine as Haley Blames Arabs for Washington’s SinsRamzy Baroud - AntiWar - Israel is ultimately responsible for the Gaza siege which has extended for more than 11 years. With direct US backing, Israel has launched three major wars on Gaza in the name of fighting terrorism, destroying much of the tiny region’s infrastructure. A hermetic siege has punished ordinary Gazans, who are now lacking everything, including the most basic needs of clean water and electricity.-rh22/8/2018
Fighting the double standard: Palestinians file case to demolish illegal settlement homesYumna Patel - Mondoweiss - Two Ramallah-area Palestinian villages — Deir Dibwan and Anata — have filed a case in the Israeli High Court, asking Israeli authorities to demolish illegal structures in the Israeli settlement of Kfar Adumim — the same settlement which has ceaselessly pushed for the state’s decision to demolish Khan al-Ahmar.-rh22/8/2018
Abbas last obstacle against killing hope for peace Akiva Eldar - Al-Monitor - The Hebrew-language headline "The Abbas Obstacle" blared on the front page of Israel Hayom, the pro-Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu newspaper. The article itself reported that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was "trying to torpedo" the emerging Israel-Hamas truce agreement on the Gaza Strip. Indeed, Abbas is refusing to go along with what Israel euphemistically dubs the "arrangement" with Hamas. However, contrary to the impression government mouthpieces are trying to make, the Palestinian president is not a pyromaniac. On the contrary.-rh 22/8/2018
Detained Journalist Released Under Strict Conditions IMEMC - "The journalist, Ala’ Rimawi, was abducted, along with three other reporters, on July 30th, 2018, for working for the Palestinian Al-Quds Satellite News Agency, after the military and the Israeli political leadership, decided to classify it as a “terrorist agency.”" - id22/8/2018
Fortress Israel and the quiet dignity of Palestinian resistanceSamer Badawi - +972 - "The indignities of Israeli interrogation, suddenly known to American journalist and liberal Zionist Peter Beinart and others, have long since become the standard for Palestinians like us, denied an “identity” only the Jewish state claims the power to bestow. On my own last attempt at Allenby, for example, I was eventually invited to sit in an empty hall, by a fatigued conscript with reared Levantine Arabic. He said it would be a while. I said I would wait. So he smiled, motioning the custodial staff to cut the lights. I was to be released on his time, by God — and well after midnight." - id 22/8/2018
Threats against Al-Aqsa and Israel’s Judaisation policyAbdel Nasser Issa - Middle East Monitor - The Israeli occupation authorities expelled all of the Muslim worshippers and closed the doors of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem between the sunset prayer on 17 August and the dawn prayer the following day. This was under the pretext of searching for weapons after they had shot martyr Ahmed Mahameed from Umm Al-Fahm outside the mosque walls, when he was accused of trying to stab an Israeli policeman.-rh22/8/2018
Detainee Receives An Administrative Detention Order For 6 Months After Serving A 16-Month Prison TermIMEMC News - "On Sunday, the Israeli Authorities informed detainee Nasser Abu Khdeir [...] that he will be held under Administrative Detention for six months, instead of being released this coming Thursday, after finishing a 16- month prison sentence" [ry] 20/8/2018
Palestinian Mail Finally Allowed Into West Bank After Eight-Year Delay JTA - "Palestinian postal workers are struggling to sort through nearly 10 tons of mail previously blocked by Israel and finally delivered as the result of a one-shot deal.Some of the parcels date back to 2010 and include everything from letters to wheelchairs, according to the French news agency AFP, which visited the sorting center in Jericho." ca 17/8/2018
Israel normalizing war crimes in GazaMaureen Clare Murphy - Countercurrents - In 2010 the International Committee of the Red Cross affirmed that Israel’s blockade on Gaza – imposed after Hamas won legislative elections and began administering the internal affairs of the territory in 2007 – “constitutes a collective punishment imposed in clear violation of Israel’s obligations under international humanitarian law.” The Israeli daily Haaretz reported that the high court ordered the state to respond to the petition by Sunday. Citing a report by a Gaza manufacturers association, Haaretz added that the continued closure of the commercial crossing will result in the folding of hundreds of companies.-rh15/8/2018
Lieberman to decide new measures for GazaPNN - Palestine News Network - "Lieberman would agree to reopen the Kerem Shalom commercial crossing, and expand the fishing area allowed in the Sea of ​​Gaza. However, these steps will be conditional and linked to the continued calm on the Gaza border." - id15/8/2018
With their cultural center bombed, Gaza`s artists are now picking up the piecesAmjad Yaghi - +972 - "For the past 15 years, famed Gaza director Ali Abu Yassin has headed dozens of theater productions at Al-Meshal Cultural Center. Among them were classics such as Anton Chekov’s “The Bear,” while others focused on children’s rights, women’s rights, and the right to education." - id 15/8/2018
Gaza`s cancer patients between siege, political failureCharles Stratford - Aljazeera - "Cancer patients in Gaza are being turned away from hospitals because doctors have run out of drugs." - id 15/8/2018
Israeli Occupation Keeps Palestinian Journalist Alaa Rimawi Jailed, Writer Lama Khater Under InterrogationIMEMC = "An Israeli military court extended the detention of journalist Alaa Rimawi, the director of the Al-Quds TV office. Rimawi previously went on hunger strike for 6 days immediately following his arrest. In addition, the interrogation of Palestinian writer Lama Khater, seized by occupation forces from her home in Al-Khalil, was also extended." - id 15/8/2018
How Israel Delegitimizes ItselfRon Forthofer - The Palestine Chronicle - Despite Israeli claims, Gaza is an occupied territory and, in actuality, Palestinians and their leadership have little control over their lives. For example, Israel, abetted by Egypt, controls all of Gaza’s borders and determines what and who may or may not enter the area. Israel’s control has turned Gaza into what many call the “largest open-air prison in the world” while others call it a concentration camp. Making matters worse, the two major Palestinian groups, the Palestinian Authority and Hamas, have been at odds for years and their in-fighting adds to the incredible hardships Gazans face.-rh15/8/2018
Palestinian diplomatic campaign gaining tractionYossi Beilin - Al-Monitor - As far as the Netanyahu government goes, this is a minor inconvenience. However, anyone who sees the relationship between Israel and the Palestinians as a zero-sum game would regard this development as a blow for Israel. The Palestinians regard it as an important contribution to their national struggle. Palestine’s Ambassador to the UN Riyad Mansour told The New York Times that while Israel and the United States “are still denying we are a state, we walk like a state. We quack like a state. Therefore we are a state.”-rh 15/8/2018
Israel normalizing war crimes in GazaMaureen Clare Murphy - EI - "Six human rights groups urgently petitioned Israel’s high court on Thursday to reverse all restrictions on the movement of goods through Gaza’s sole commercial crossing, which is controlled by Israel." - id 15/8/2018
Settlers Inaugurate ‘Tourist Center’ in SilwanAIC/IMEMC - Amalya Dubrovsky - At the inaugural event Israel`s Minister of Culture, Miri Regev, said: “Look around. We are surrounded by Jewish heritage. The archaeologists won’t find a single Palestinian coin here! We have come home.” “The State of Israel is the nation-state of the Jewish people alone. Only the Jewish people are entitled to national rights between the river and the sea,” she added. The building was confiscated from the Abu Nab family, which had lived there since 1948, when they were expelled from West Jerusalem. [bz]14/8/2018
`Your writings are time bombs!` - 22ed consecutive day of Palestinian female writer`s interrogation Ma`an - Since being detained by Israeli forces on July 24, Lama Khater - 42-year-old writer and the mother of five children - is undergoing intensive interrogations, lasting 20 hours per day, with her hands and legs handcuffed to the chair. She was permitted to leave the room only for the use of the toilet. The interrogation centers on her writings, which an interrogator described as "time bombs". [ak] 14/8/2018
Secret Israeli Report Reveals Armed Drone Killed Four Boys Playing on Gaza Beach in 2014Robert Mackey - The Intercept - “One reason that Israel might decline to acknowledge that its drones have been used to kill Palestinian children is that such information could complicate sales of its drones to foreign governments” [ry]13/8/2018
Israel bombs Gaza as hospitals run out of fuelMaureen Clare Murphy - The Electronic Intifada - "Israel pummeled the occupied Gaza Strip in more than a dozen strikes Wednesday night amid warnings from a United Nations official that hospitals in Gaza were about to run out of emergency fuel.Gaza’s health ministry stated that Inas Muhammad Khamash, a pregnant 23- year-old, was killed by bombing in central Gaza along with her daughter Bayan, one and a half years old. The woman’s husband, Muhammad Khamash, was moderately injured." - id 9/8/2018
Child Detainee Testimonies Point to Torture by Israeli ForcesIMEMC - "Affidavits, from a number of Palestinian children, for the Prisoners’ Affairs Commission reveal that they were subjected to systematic beating and torture, during and after detention by Israeli forces, the commission said on Tuesday." - id 9/8/2018
Israeku attack kills two Hamas members in GazaAljazeera - "An Israeli military statement, apparently referring to the same incident, said that the army returned fire after shots were fired at its soldiers from a Hamas post in the northern Gaza Strip, near the border with Israel.Palestinian sources said it was a drone attack, while the Israeli statement said it was tank fire." - id 8/8/2018
Israel to confiscate Palestinian land near NablusMa`an - Ghassan Daghlas, who monitors settlement activity in the northern West Bank, told Ma`an that the Israeli authorities delivered notices to confiscate about 25 dunams (6.1 acres) of Palestinian-owned land. The land belongs to Hamed Muhammad Hamdan and Moussa Amer Abu Shaib, residents of the village. [bz]7/8/2018
Palestinian poet sentenced to five months in prisonOren Ziv - +972 - "Dareen Tatour was convicted of incitement to violence and support for terrorism in her poetry. She has spent the last two years under house arrest." - is 2/8/2018
From wedding dresses to soap: Gaza event highlights Israeli siegeFarah Najjar & Hosam Salem - Aljazeera - "At the exhibition in Gaza City, items such as wedding dress, cleaning sponges, baby bottles and diapers are also on display - all prohibited from entering Gaza since Israel cut off the supply of essential commodities last month by partially sealing off the Karem Abu Salem, known as Kerem Shalom to Israelis, commercial border crossing with the Gaza Strip." - id 2/8/2018
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