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mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / press release Thursday June 25, 2020 22:46 byKurdish-speaking Libertarians
The support and solidarity with innocent people can be done in different ways. It can be through launching complaints, expressing anger and frustration, protests, and demonstrations. The best kind of support and solidarity is boycotting all the goods that are made in Turkey and by Turkish companies wherever they are. Boycotting its media, universities, language colleges and stopping holiday bookings to Turkey. While Turkey has got so many interests in Iraqi Kurdistan the boycott is very effective. Turkey has hundreds of companies plus colleges, shops, factories there, and it is the main country for Kurdish holiday makers. In short Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the main market for the Turkish capitalists and the others. Boycotting Turkey and the Turkish goods can also put pressure on the Kurdistan Reginal Government, KRG, Iraq and the foreign companies to meet people’s demand.We condemn the Turkish state attack and invasion of the Iraqi Kurdistan
At the time when the Covid-19 is spread around the world and is a huge threat to people’s lives, a few days ago (16/6) the Turkish state launched an aggressive attack on Iraqi Kurdistan and invaded many villages and small towns. In its intensive attack, both from the sky and on the land, it so far killed many innocent people, livestock, and destroyed anything they had: their houses their villages and lands. Their justification for this massive attack is defending their borders and fighting against the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, PKK.
We are not only against the military assault by the Turkish state, but in fact we are against any use of wars to solve disputes, agreements, settlements, or any other matters. We only support using weapons in self-defence, as defending people’s rights, their lands, and their nature.
As a matter of principle we, Kurdish-speaking Libertarians, are against all the assassins and we are against all the decisions that are imposed on people through the force or wars, against putting them under pressure and disturbing, destroying their peace and freedom. We demand a peaceful life, justice and equality for all people in the world.
Unfortunately, the civilian people in Kurdistan, helpless at resisting violent forces, like the Turkish state and the political militias. And neither the Kurdish militias who belong to Kurdistan Reginal Government, KRG, nor the Iraqi government do not want to resist the Turkish forces. They do not want to disturb and unbalance the interests of tyrannies in the region. They are sharing the mutual economic, political, and cultural interests, as they are all part of the same capitalist system. But we, as Libertarians, cannot be silent in the face of this terrible atrocities.
We can and we should raise our voice and do whatever possible, whether it is in defending the life of a black person in the US or supporting the movement of Black Lives Matter (BLM). We can also be and should be against any military confrontation between the US and Iran, between both Korean countries and India and China or any other wars between the countries. In view of this and of our principle that we are against all kinds of suppression of freedom and repression of poor people and working class. We are in favour and demanding the protection of the principles of peaceful society, togetherness, live in harmony and in total humanity. We are against invading the rights of individuals and societies and against the abuse of power in violating and crossing the borders illegally. This, in our view, is the red line: neither any state nor their militia should be allowed to invade people’s peaceful and normal life.
What is happening now in front of the eyes of the “International Community” is a genocide, it is a terrible atrocity. The Turkish state is an immensely powerful state and have a powerful and sophisticated army. It is the second powerful force in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, NATO, it uses all their power, under the name of “Tiger’s Claws” against people in Iraqi Kurdistan.
We denounce this not just because we are Kurdish- speaking people, but as Libertarians too. We believe the peace and normal life of people do not emerge from the mouths and the sounds of weapons that cannot achieve and never will achieve normality and harmony to people’s life. That only happens through acknowledging each other, valuing each other and through cooperation.
Finally, we ask all Libertarians to raise their voices and stand up through whatever possible mean against all kinds of military confrontations, invasions and against the militia of political parties and the states. We call our comrades, wherever they are, to stand up against the aggressive Turkish state that overtly and indiscriminately killing everybody in the Kurdish areas especially those who live in the villages that are on the border.
The support and solidarity with innocent people can be done in different ways. It can be through launching complaints, expressing anger and frustration, protests, and demonstrations. The best kind of support and solidarity is boycotting all the goods that are made in Turkey and by Turkish companies wherever they are. Boycotting its media, universities, language colleges and stopping holiday bookings to Turkey. While Turkey has got so many interests in Iraqi Kurdistan the boycott is very effective. Turkey has hundreds of companies plus colleges, shops, factories there, and it is the main country for Kurdish holiday makers. In short Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the main market for the Turkish capitalists and the others. Boycotting Turkey and the Turkish goods can also put pressure on the Kurdistan Reginal Government, KRG, Iraq and the foreign companies to meet people’s demand.
While we are supporting the struggle of Kurdish people against the Turkish assault and invasion of Kurdistan, in the meantime we support and offer our solidarity to their struggle against the KRG to achieve their demands.
19th June 2020
mashriq / arabia / iraq / anti-fascism / non-anarchist press Saturday June 13, 2020 06:28 byJudith Deutsch
Why write about sadism and shamelessness now? Because it’s worse, it’s complex and its causes and effects need to be better understood. Its physical and psychological manifestations are day-to-day, uninhibited, and public: daily extra-judicial police killings like George Floyd in Minneapolis, the police killing of 32-year-old Iyad el-Hallak in Jerusalem, Muslims in India.Historian J. Huizinga 100 years ago wrote about the waning of the middle ages and poetically characterized “the violent tenor of life” at that time. He found that as things fall apart, salient tendencies become more extreme. Our modern age may be an especially awful waning of all human life, with an emergent “sadistic tenor of life” in many quarters across the world. Despite many laws against torture, cruel and unusual punishment, incitements to violence, and abuse of civilians’ and particularly children’s rights, state-sanctioned violence is now practiced with relish and impunity.
Can “genocide” be applied here descriptively or legally? Has the Holocaust and its usages contributed to reticence about the genocide question in current brutalities? Israel is one of many culpable nations but its practices focus questions about genocide. Michel Warschawski, director of the Alternative Information Center in Jerusalem, wrote: “The whole society is sick, terribly sick.” In addition to the political sleeze of corruption and Israel’s limitless confiscation of land and resources, Israeli Jewish dissenters themselves report gratuitous sadism that is now manifest in many of Israel’s state-sanctioned responses to Palestinians in the time of pandemic and in its world trade in grotesque weaponry. There cannot be legitimate claims of “not knowing” about intentionally inflicted human disasters in well-documented cases like Gaza and Yemen, as there was by Germans about the Holocaust.
Just this past May 6th, a public letter by a number of Jewish academics was needed to defend historian and philosopher Achille Mbembe’s comparative use of the Holocaust: Mbembe was scheduled to speak at an academic conference but the German federal antisemitism commissioner banned him from delivering his paper because of his use of “holocaust” analogy. Mbembe compares South African apartheid with Israel and has written pointedly about Israel: “since all they are willing to offer is a fight to the finish, since what they are willing to do is to go all the way – carnage, destruction, incremental extermination – the time has come for global isolation.” In response to the German commissioner, “Some 600 leading Holocaust scholars asserted that banning analogies from the debate about the Holocaust is ‘a radical position that is far removed from mainstream scholarship on the Holocaust and genocide. And it makes learning from the past almost impossible’.”
Even more troubling is the fact that Israel has long attributed genocidal intentions to the Arab world in general, to Iran and to Hamas, and has successfully used these allegations in its foreign policy and military assaults against Gaza. Defending Operation Protective Edge in which Israel killed 550 Gazan children while one Israeli child was killed, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel wrote that the crisis in Gaza and Israel is a battle between “those who celebrate life and those who champion death… Jews rejected child sacrifice 3,500 years ago. Now it’s Hamas’ turn,” the headline reads. In response, forty Holocaust survivors and 287 of their descendants signed a statement declaring that Israel is genocidal.
The title of this article is an allusion to psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich’s book about Nazism The Mass Psychology of Fascism. In contrast to Reich, I am not assuming a homogeneous mass. The same behavior has different functions, meanings, and causes for each person, and an individual person’s behavior may change in groups. Also, the appearance of social homogeneity may be due to many factors including punishment for dissent. Nor does the idea of a mass character trait indicate capacity to change individually or societally. What is considered here is the presence of uninhibited, public malicious sadism at the present time. I am also differentiating psychopathy from Reich’s “psychology” to describe a specific pathology in which there is no working conscience, no guilt, and no shame, in which being cruel typically evokes pleasure and pride.
Constructing the Biggest Ghetto
There has long been profound concern and moral indignation about similarities between Israeli and Nazi practices by some Jewish people. At the inception of Israeli statehood, Albert Einstein brought attention to the parallels between future prime minister Menachem Begin’s party and Nazis. His 1948 letter to the New York Times, co-signed by Hannah Arendt among others, was written when Begin came to the United States to gather support from American Zionists. Einstein wrote that Begin’s political party is “closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties.” Einstein wrote about the terrorist massacre of the peaceful village of Deir Yassin and how Begin’s party even kept a few villagers alive “to parade as captives through the streets of Jerusalem.”
Quoting from the Olga Document, signed by over 100 prominent Israelis in 2004: “The State of Israel was supposed to tear down the walls of the ghetto; it is now constructing the biggest ghetto in the entire history of the Jews; …it has set up a colonial structure, combining unmistakable elements of apartheid with the arbitrariness of brutal military occupation – in the heart of darkness.” They state that Palestinians are depicted as “sub-human.” This is “seconded and assisted by members of the cultural elite, media barons, vain functionaries and light-scribblers, right and left.”
Yitzhak Laor of Tel Aviv University asked why the “Holocaust Day drew a ridiculous comparison between those of us in the besieged Warsaw Ghetto and those of us surrounding the besieged Jenin refugee camp?” “Gas chambers are not the only way to destroy a nation. It is enough to destroy its social tissue, to starve dozens of villages, to induce high rates of infant mortality.”
Michel Warschawski describes photos of soldiers “forcing men and women to crawl on their knees, run naked or roll in the mud…” They order “men to the right, women to the left” just like Auschwitz. He cites an article “‘From Tatooed to Tattoer’, reporting that Palestinians were having numbers tattooed on their arms.” A high-ranking Israeli army officer explained that they had to “learn from others’ experiences, including the way the German troops took control of the Warsaw Ghetto.”
Nurit Peled-Elhanan, professor of education and recipient of Sakharov Prize, whose 13 year old daughter was killed in a suicide attack, testified at the Russell Tribunal on Palestine, said that “The Star of David is equated with rallies all over the world to the swastika… When peace becomes negatively associated with the destruction of Israel and presented as an existential threat.”
Norman Finkelstein describes the “Kristallnacht-like-assault on Islamic houses of worship in Gaza by Israel’s military in 2014.” Israel “… every couple of years launches – with overwhelming popular support and without a hint of remorse – yet another high-tech blitzkrieg against a defenseless, trapped civilian population…”
Sadism is seductively exciting. Noam Chomsky, in a chapter called “Exterminate all the Brutes,” writes of “formidable military might exercised with extreme savagery,” passing from “merely vicious to truly sadistic.”(p. 115) “Since the terms ‘aggression’ and ‘terrorism’ are inadequate, some new term is needed for the sadistic and cowardly torture of people caged with no possibility of escape.”(p. 90) Chomsky quotes former Chief of Staff Rafael Eitan of the Israel Defense Forces and former Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir: the Palestinians are like “drugged cockroaches scurrying around in a bottle…. [They are] like grasshoppers compared to us” so their heads can be “smashed against the boulders and walls.”
Journalist Amira Hass describes the “most moral army” after its raid on the offices of the Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Culture in Ramallah. “In every room of the various departments – literature, film, culture for children and youth, books, discs, pamphlets and documents were piled up, soiled with urine and excrement…. in emptied flowerpots, even in drawers they had pulled out of the desk. Someone even managed to defecate into a photocopier.”
In an interview that took place during the fourth international session of the Russell Tribunal on Palestine (RToP) in New York City, November 6-7, 2012, Nurit Peled-Elhanan analyzes school books published during leftist and right-wing education ministries. “Children are taught that massacres confer dignity and pride on the military. From kindergarten to grade 12, the military is the idol, role model and god of the Israel youth. Jews are depicted as superior and emblematic of universal values whereas a ‘Palestinian life does not count as life.’” Palestinians are described as “cockroaches, non-human vermin, creatures who should be stamped out.” “The mythological heroes are fearless murderers.” Israelis are “prepared to sacrifice their children on the ‘altar of their leaders’ megalomania, greed and bloodthirstiness’.”
Psychoanalysts working with delinquent adolescents have found that in some cases, parents foster and reward their child’s psychopathy. Avi Mograbi’s documentary Avenge But One of My Two Eyes shows the ways Israeli children from very early childhood through late adolescence are taught by adults in authority that disproportionate aggression is exciting and heroic. They repeatedly hear that “Samson the Hero had a spiritual power. Every punch of his would kill 10,000 people.” In one scene at Masada a group is asked to look at the remains of the cruel “separation wall” and the watchtowers built by the Romans. They are told to empathize with the ancient victims, to listen to their feelings, and to choose what they would do if under siege. They cheerfully said that if they were going to die they might as well kill their enemy at the same time. Not one connects this with the Gaza siege. Mograbi’s film shows the psychopathic process of how Israel intentionally provokes a Palestinian response that is used as a pretext for Israel’s overwhelming Samson reaction. Palestinians carry the guilt and Israel revels in self-righteous power.
Victimhood can lead to empathy, or alternatively, to a sense of being an exception, to entitlement, or at worst to a psychopathic rationalization of exploitation. In newsreels, the people of neighboring Sderot, an Israeli settlement, depicted as terrified victims of a possible Hamas attack, did not seem fearful as they sat on lawn chairs watching the massacre of Gaza.
What is the effect on the children of Gaza who observe first-hand sadism against their parents? The late Dr. El-Sarraj, founder of the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme, writing in 2008, in words that sill fit the military occupation today, “For many of these children the most excruciating ordeal was to see their fathers being beaten by Israeli soldiers – and not offering any resistance. This is truly a terrifying experience… This will have a lasting impact on any observer, but particularly on children. No wonder the Palestinian child will see his model not in his father, but in that soldier; and no wonder his language will be the language of force and his toys and games the toys and games of violence.”
The UN preamble is “We the people of the United Nations…” Are the global people taught about the UN, do they have personhood status, and do they have a voice? In videotaped testimonies, Holocaust survivors speak of the crucial ability to see and feel others’ humanness, and at times they even saw soldiers refrain from killing when that human connectedness happened. On May 11, 2020, Palestinian legal, human rights, and medical organizations sent a report to the British Medical Journal “highlighting the lack of any meaningful progress toward accountability in these and other cases even though the UN investigation clearly recognized that Israeli snipers intentionally shot at journalists, health workers, children and persons with disabilities.”
International law expert Richard Falk remarks on the psychopathy built into the UN: “the global legalization of such rogue behavior is embedded in the UN Charter, most openly expressed by vesting a right of veto in the five permanent members of the Security Council, the only organ within the UN system with the authority to reach binding decisions. In effect, the UN Charter rather shockingly acknowledges the uncontrollability of the five political actors, although these are the states that most endanger international peace and security.”
To summarize: physical and psychological sadism is practiced with impunity and even with pride and now plays a deadly part along with other forces in societies. The focus on Israel shows its historical continuity in that society, how it is rationalized in such a way to reflect an ideal and necessary way of protecting society rather than depravity, how it is cultivated and generated in that society from early childhood and evoked in excited and pleasurable experiences of power and sadism, how the genocide is used to claim exceptionalism and to reverse culpability, and how the international regulatory institutions have failed and that collusion with violence is built into the very structure of the UN Security Council. The representation and reversal of vicious practice as virtuous and legalized enactment is not untypical, and examples include Obama’s kill lists to Mao’s cultural revolution, to many current leaders’ (including women) machismo, to the financial institutions imposing killer debt. In the US right now, there are massive outcries of indignation erupting over the police killing of George Floyd. Indignation and moral revulsion about shameless psychopathy trigger these actions. Bus drivers in New York and Minneapolis refuse to transport police to protests and protesters to jails:
“‘As a transit worker and union member I refuse to transport my class and radical youth to jail’, Adam Burch, a 32-year-old bus driver for Metro Transit in Minneapolis and a member of ATU Local 1005, posted on Facebook on Wednesday. ‘An injury to one is an injury to all. The police murdered George Floyd and the protest against it is completely justified and should continue until their demands are met’.”
 Yitzhak Lior (2002). “After Jenin” in Roane Carey and Jonathan Shainin, eds., The Other Israel: voices of refusal and dissent. New York: The New Press, pp. 118-20.
 Michael Warschawski (2004). Toward an Open Tomb: The crisis of Israeli society. New York: Monthly Review Press.
 Norman Finkelstein (2018). Gaza: An Inquest into its Martyrdom. Oakland: University of California Press.
 Noam Chomsky and Ilan Pappé (2010). Gaza in Crisis: Reflections on Israel’s war against the Palestinians. Chicago: Haymarket. p. 98-99.
Judith Deutsch is a member of Independent Jewish Voices, and president of Science for Peace. She is a psychoanalyst in Toronto. She can be reached at email@example.com.
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / feature Friday April 24, 2020 03:20 byVarious anarchist organizations
ضد الحرب و الجائحة، كل التضامن مع روج آفا
mashriq / arabia / iraq / imperialism / war / press release Saturday April 18, 2020 01:27 byVarious anarchist organizations
COVID-19, which has quarantined an innumerable number of cities and has paralyzed entire economic sectors, has not yet stopped the continuous dirty war by Turkey and its ally Daesh against the people of the northern region of Syria, who have had to continue to defend themselves without any truce.At this time, the dormant siege by Syria, promoted by Russia in its attempt to be hegemonic in the region, has been evident, for it is utilizing these territories as a scenario of confrontation against American imperialism.
Currently, these people have now to fight against the propagation of the novel coronavirus in their territories. The Autonomous Administration of Rojava faces this danger in a state of weakness due to the difficulty of maintaining its sanitary system functional notwithstanding the war.
Now, all people’s organizations should act together to challenge war and aid Kurdish, Arab, and Assyrian peoples as much as possible, as long as their autonomy and right of self-determination in their territories are rightfully respected. Facing the cynic and hypocrite silence of the State and the bourgeoise, us, anarchists of the world, reiterate once again our internationalist and from-below solidarity with the revolution in Rojava such that it triumphs over the global coronavirus pandemic and the war pandemic.
In fact, those who continue to wage war against people whilst healthcare systems are collapsing due to COVID-19 are twice as criminal.
Stop all wars!
FOR LIFE AND FREEDOM! LONG LIVE ROJAVA!
Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira - CAB
Federación Anarquista Uruguaya - FAU
Federación Anarquista Rosario – FAR (Argentina)
Organización Anarquista de Córdoba – OAC (Argentina)
Federación Anarquista Santiago – FAS (Chile)
Grupo Libertario Vía Libre (Colombia)
Union Communiste Libertaire (Francia)
Embat – Organización Anarquista (Cataluña)
Alternativa Libertaria / Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici – AL/fdca (Italia)
Die Plattform (Alemania)
Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet – DAF (Turquía)
Organization Socialiste Libertaire – OSL (Suiza)
Libertaere Aktion (Suiza)
Workers Solidarity Movement - WSM (Irlanda)
Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group - MACG (Australia)
Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement - AWSM (Aotearoa / Nueva Zelanda)
Μέση Ανατολή / Αραβία / Ιράκ / Ιμπεριαλισμός / Πόλεμος / Ανακοίνωση Τύπου Thursday April 16, 2020 19:37 byΑναρχοκομμουνιστικές οργανώσεις
Αντιμετωπίζοντας την κυνική και υποκριτική σιωπή του Κράτους και της αστικής τάξης, εμείς, αναρχικοί του κόσμου, επαναλαμβάνουμε για άλλη μια φορά τον διεθνισμό μας και την από τα κάτω αλληλεγγύη μας προς την επανάσταση στη Rojava, έτσι ώστε να θριαμβεύσει σε βάρος της παγκόσμιας πανδημίας του κοροναϊού και της πανδημίας του πολέμου. Στην πραγματικότητα, όσοι συνεχίζουν να πολεμούν εναντίον ανθρώπων, ενώ τα συστήματα υγειονομικής περίθαλψης καταρρέουν λόγω του COVID-19, είναι δύο φορές εγκληματίες.Διακήρυξη αλληλεγγύης με την Rojava που υποφέρει από τον πόλεμο και την παγκόσμια πανδημία!
Ο ιός COVID-19, που έχει θέσει σε καραντίνα αμέτρητο αριθμό πόλεων και έχει παραλύσει ολόκληρους οικονομικούς τομείς, δεν έχει σταματήσει ακόμη τον συνεχή βρώμικο πόλεμο της Τουρκίας και του συμμάχου της Daesh ενάντια στον λαό της βόρειας περιοχής της Συρίας, ο οποίος πρέπει να συνεχίσει να υπερασπίζεται τον εαυτό του χωρίς ανακωχή. Αυτή τη στιγμή, η αδρανοποιημένη πολιορκία από τη Συρία, υποστηρίζεται και προωθείται από τη Ρωσία στην προσπάθειά της να γίνει ηγεμονική δύναμη στην περιοχή, γίνεται εμφανής, γιατί χρησιμοποιεί αυτές τις περιοχές ως χώρο αντιπαράθεσης ενάντια στον αμερικάνικο ιμπεριαλισμό.
Επί του παρόντος, οι άνθρωποι αυτοί πρέπει να πολεμήσουν ενάντια στη διάδοση του νέου κοροναϊού στα εδάφη τους. Η Αυτόνομη Διοίκηση της Rojava αντιμετωπίζει αυτόν τον κίνδυνο εν μέσω κατάστασης αδυναμίας λόγω της δυσκολίας διατήρησης του υγειονομικού συστήματος σε λειτουργία εξαιτίας του πολέμου.
Τώρα, όλες οι λαϊκές οργανώσεις πρέπει να δράσουν από κοινού για να εναντιωθούν στον πόλεμο και να βοηθήσουν τους κουρδικούς, αραβικούς και ασσυριακούς πληθυσμούς όσο το δυνατόν περισσότερο, αρκεί να γίνεται σεβαστή η αυτονομία και το δικαίωμα αυτοδιάθεσής τους στις περιοχές τους.
Αντιμετωπίζοντας την κυνική και υποκριτική σιωπή του Κράτους και της αστικής τάξης, εμείς, αναρχικοί του κόσμου, επαναλαμβάνουμε για άλλη μια φορά τον διεθνισμό μας και την από τα κάτω αλληλεγγύη μας προς την επανάσταση στη Rojava, έτσι ώστε να θριαμβεύσει σε βάρος της παγκόσμιας πανδημίας του κοροναϊού και της πανδημίας του πολέμου.
Στην πραγματικότητα, όσοι συνεχίζουν να πολεμούν εναντίον ανθρώπων, ενώ τα συστήματα υγειονομικής περίθαλψης καταρρέουν λόγω του COVID-19, είναι δύο φορές εγκληματίες.
Σταματήστε όλους τους πολέμους!
FOR LIFE AND FREEDOM! LONG LIVE ROJAVA!
ΓΙΑ ΖΩΗ ΚΑΙ ΕΛΕΥΘΕΡΙΑ! ΖΗΤΩ Η ROJAVA!
Coordenação Anarquista Brasileira - CAB (Βραζιλία)
Federación Anarquista Uruguaya - FAU (Ουρουγουάη)
Federación Anarquista Rosario – FAR (Αργεντινή)
Organización Anarquista de Córdoba – OAC (Αργεντινή)
Federación Anarquista Santiago – FAS (Χιλή)
Grupo Libertario Vía Libre (Κολομβία)
Union Communiste Libertaire (Γαλλία)
Embat – Organización Anarquista (Καταλωνία)
Alternativa Libertaria / Federazione dei Comunisti Anarchici – AL/fdca (Ιταλία)
Die Plattform (Γερμανία)
Devrimci Anarşist Faaliyet – DAF (Τουρκία)
Organization Socialiste Libertaire – OSL (Ελβετία)
Libertaere Aktion (Ελβετία)
Workers Solidarity Movement - WSM (Ιρλανδία)
Melbourne Anarchist Communist Group - MACG (Αυστραλία)
Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement - AWSM (Aotearoa / Νέα Ζηλανδία)
*Μετάφραση: Ούτε Θεός-Ούτε Αφέντης.
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