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    ?" [/I] . I decided that there was a Jihad going on in Chechnya and I must go there." "The main thing that prevents all of us from coming to Jihad is our families. All of us who came here, came without our family's permission. If we had listened to our families and gone back home, who would carry on this work that we are doing? Every time I telephone my mother, even now she asks me to come home, even though I have not seen her for the last 12 years. If I was to go back to visit my mother, who would continue this work?" [/I]


    Profile: Ibn-ul-Khattab

    Nickname or 'nom de guerre': Ibn-ul-Khattab, also known as Khattab
    Real name: Undisclosed Position: Ameer (Leader) of the Foreign Mujahideen Forces in the Caucasus
    Born: 1970 Nationality: GCC Member State in the Arabian Gulf Languages spoken: Arabic, Russian, English, Pushto
    Birthplace: Arabian Gulf
    Experience in Jihad: 12 years Lands of Jihad
    visited: Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Chechnya

    "If you would have told me in Afghanistan that a day will come when we will be fighting the Russians INSIDE Russia, I would never have believed you." [Ibn-ul-Khattab]

    Born in the Arabian Gulf, Khattab was brought up in a relatively wealthy and educated family. He grew up to be a brave and strong teenager, who was known to be daring and fearless. After mastering the English language, he obtained a place in an American High School in 1987.

    1987 was the peak of the Afghan Jihad against the invading army of the (then) Soviet Union. Youngsters from all over the Muslim world were flocking to Afghanistan after responding to the calls of Jihad made by Islamic personalities such as Sheikh Abdullah Azzam (assassinated 1989), Sheikh Tamim Adnani (died 1988) and Usama bin Ladin. Miraculous accounts of heroic feats and daring displays of valour against the World Superpower were reaching the ears of the Muslims. As the time approached for him to leave for a new life of education in the U.S., Khattab decided to follow many of his friends and relatives to Afghanistan for a short visit. Since the day he waved goodbye to his parents and family, at the end of 1987, he has never returned home since. One of the Mujahideen describes the young teenage Khattab who arrived at his first training camp in Jalalabad, Afghanistan: "The training camp near Jalalabad was full of brothers coming and leaving almost every day. We were preparing for a large operation against the Russians and those brothers who had completed their training were packing their bags and leaving the camp to go to the front-line. As we were preparing to leave for the front-line, a group of new recruits arrived. It was then that I noticed a young teenage boy amongst the new recruits: 16-17 years old, with long hair and a beard that had not yet begun to grow fully yet. Immediately, he went to the commanders of the training camp and starting pleading with them to let him go to the Front-Line. The commanders obviously refused to send a young untrained boy to the Front without any training. I went over, greeted him and asked him his name. He replied, 'Ibn-ul-Khattab'" Khattab completed his training and then went to the Front. One of his trainers was Hassan As-Sarehi, the Commander of the famous Lion's Den operation in Jaji, Afghanistan, 1987. [Hassan As-Sarehi has been imprisoned in Ar-Ruwais Concentration Camp, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia since 1996 on allegations of a crime whose accusees have already been executed.] Over the next six years, this young boy was to turn into one of the bravest and most formidable Mujahideen commanders that the world has known in the 20th Century. He was known for his refusal to duck from oncoming fire and his refusal to show pain after an injury. From ambushes to operations to raids, he fought the Soviet Regular and Special Forces, being present in all the major operations in the Afghan Jihad between 1988 and 1993, including the conquests of Jalalabad, Khost and Kabul. He escaped death on a number of occasions, as it his time had not yet arrived.

    One of the Mujahideen describes how Khattab was once shot in the stomach by a 12.7mm Heavy Machine Gun bullet in Afghanistan. (12.7mm ammunition is used to pierce armour and to break through fortified positions: it makes mincemeat out of human flesh, as any military expert will testify.): "During one of the operations, we were sitting in the room of a small house in the Second Line. It was evening time and the fighting on the Front Line was very tough. A few moments later, Khattab entered the room; his face was looking pale, but other than that he seemed to act normal. He came in, walked very slowly to the other side of the room and sat down next to us. Khattab was unusually quiet, so the brothers sensed that something must be wrong, even though he did not even flinch once nor show any signs of pain. We asked him if he had got hurt; he replied that on the Front, he had received a light injury, nothing serious. One of the brothers then went over to him to see the injury. Khattab refused to let him see, adding that the injury was nothing serious. This brother forced Khattab to let him see and then felt his hand on Khattab's abdomen. He saw that his clothes were soaked with blood and he was bleeding heavily. We then immediately called a vehicle and rushed him to the nearest field hospital, during which he was complaining all the time that the injury was light and nothing serious."

    As the Soviet Army withdrew from Afghanistan and the Communists were defeated by the Mujahideen, Khattab and a small group of friends heard about the war against the same enemy, but this time in Tajikistan. He then packed his bags and went over to Tajikistan in 1993 with a small group of brothers. Two years they stayed there fighting the Russians in snowy, mountainous terrain with a lack of proper weapons and ammunition. It was in Tajikistan that Khattab lost two fingers of his right hand whilst attempting to throw a homemade grenade. The grenade exploded in his hand and two of his fingers were severed by the explosion. His fellow Mujahideen tried to persuade him to go to Peshawar for medical attention, but Khattab refused, insisting that putting some honey on the wound (like the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad SAWS) and bandaging it will do the job and that there is no need to go all the way to Peshawar. His fingers have remained in a similar bandage ever since that day.

    After two years in Tajikistan, Khattab returned with his small group to Afghanistan, early in 1995. It was at this time that the war in Chechnya had just begun and everyone was confused as to the religious inclinations of the Chechens and the religious significance of this war. Khattab describes his feelings when he saw the news about Chechnya on satellite television one evening in Afghanistan:

    "When I saw groups of Chechens wearing headbands with 'La ilaha illalah...' (There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger) written on them, and shouting takbeers (Allahu-Akbar), I decided that there was a Jihad going on in Chechnya and I must go there."

    From Afghanistan, Khattab travelled with a group of eight of his fellow Mujahideen, direct to Chechnya, arriving there in the Spring of 1995. The next four years were to make Khattab's exploits in Afghanistan and Tajikistan look like games in a nursery playground. According to official Russian statistics, more Russian soldiers were killed in three years of the war in Chechnya than were killed in the entire ten-year Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. Khattab was joined by a few more of his fellow Mujahideen from Afghanistan and they set about training the local Chechens in both military warfare and Islamic knowledge. They carried out a number of daring operations against the Russians inside Chechnya (Khartashoi, 1995; Shatoi, 1996; Yashmardy, 1996) and Russia itself (Dagestan, 1997 and now, 1999). One of his most daring operations was the Ambush of Shatoi on 16 April 1996, in which he led a group of 50 Mujahideen to annhiliate a convoy of 50 Russian vehicles leaving Chechnya. Official Russian military sources said that 223 Russian soldiers were killed (including 26 senior officers) and every single vehicle was destroyed. This operation led to the sacking of two or three senior Russian Generals in Moscow and Boris Yeltsin announced news of the operation to the Russian Parliament. Five of the Mujahideen were martyred in that operation. The entire operation was filmed and clips and photographs of it can be seen at

    http://www.azzam.com
    in the Photo Library section. A few months after that, his group carried out a raid on a Russian Army barracks, destroying Russian helicopter gunships with AT-3 Sagger wire-guided anti-tank missiles. Again, this entire operation, including the destruction of the helicopters was filmed. A group of his fighters also participated in the famous Grozny offensive of August 1996, led by Shamil Basayev. He also came to the scene on 22 December 1997, in which he led a group of 100 Chechen and Foreign Mujahideen 100km inside Russian territory and attacked the headquarters of the 136 Motorised Rifle Brigade of the Russian Army. 300 Russian vehicles were destroyed and scores of Russian troops were killed. Two Mujahideen were killed in this operation, including one of Khattab's senior most commanders from Afghanistan, Commander Abu Bakr Aqeedah. After the withdrawal of the Russian troops from Chechnya in the Autumn of 1996, Khattab was proclaimed a national hero in Chechnya. He was presented with a medal of courage and bravery by the Chechen Government and assigned an official rank of General, in a ceremony attended by Shamil Basayev and Salman Raduyev, the most brilliant commanders of the Chechen war. Before General Jawhar Dudayev was killed, he held Khattab in the utmost respect.This was a respect earned by his actions, not by his words.

    Khattab believes in the Jihad of media. He was once reported as saying: "Allah orders us to fight the disbelievers as they fight us. They fight us with media and propaganda, so we should also fight them with our media."

    For this reason, he is insistent on filming each and every one of his operations. It is said that he possesses a library of hundreds of video cassettes from Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Chechnya. He believes that words alone are not enough to answer false claims of the enemy's media: video footage must answer those claims. He has also taken extensive video footage of the destruction of the Russian forces in the recent Dagestan operation, August 1999, which shows over 400 Russian dead, ten times more than the 'official' Russian figure of 40 soldiers killed. Khattab has been likened by many Muslims as the 'Khalid bin Waleed of our times'. He firmly believes that his death will only come at the time written and appointed by Allah, not a minute earlier and not a minute later. He has escaped death and assassination attempts on many occasions, the closest of which was when he was driving a four tonne Russian truck, which was bombed by the Russians. The truck was blown to pieces as was his passenger, but Khattab survived without a scratch. He is intelligent, brave and has a strong personality. He is well-liked by his soldiers, but known as someone you cannot play games with. He regularly checks upon his soldiers, solving any personal problems they have and giving them money from his own pocket to go and spend in the shops. He has a team of highly-trained and experienced commanders, each one of whom is capable of taking over his role were he to be killed. In an advice to the Muslims around the world, he once said:

    "The main thing that prevents all of us from coming to Jihad is our families. All of us who came here, came without our family's permission. If we had listened to our families and gone back home, who would carry on this work that we are doing? Every time I telephone my mother, even now she asks me to come home, even though I have not seen her for the last 12 years. If I was to go back to visit my mother, who would continue this work?"

    Khattab's ambition is to carry on fighting the Russians until they leave every piece of Muslim land, from the Caucasus to the Central Asian Republics. He once said:

    "We know the Russians and we know their tactics. We know their weak points; and that is why it is easier for us to fight them than to fight other armies."

    False media propaganda has accused Khattab of carrying out terrorist acts around the world. Anyone who has read this article with an unbiased mind will know that Khattab's nature is to confront the enemy face to face. And if fighting soldiers and armies who destroy your peoples' lives, turn your women into widows and your children into orphans, amounts to terrorism, then let history bear witness that Khattab is a terrorist. In 1979, the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan. Twenty years on, there is no Soviet Union, and what remains of it is being invaded by the Mujahideen forces created as a result of that invasion, which was perhaps the biggest mistake ever made by a Government in the 20th Century. "A small group. They are the ones who carry ambitions for the Muslim Ummah. And an even smaller group from this small group. They are the ones who sacrifice their personal worldly interests in order to act upon those ambitions. And an even smaller group from this elite. They are the ones who sacrifice their souls and their blood in order to bring victory to these ambitions and convictions. So, they are a small group within a small group within a small group." [Shaheed Dr Sheikh Abdullah Azzam, assassinated 1989]

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    Khattab Martyred but the Jihad Continues 02 May 2002 "Muhammad (SAWS) is no more than a Messenger, and indeed (many) Messengers have passed away before him. If he dies or is killed, will you then turn back on your heels (as disbelievers)? And he who turns back on his heels, not the least harm will he do to Allah, and Allah will give reward to those who are grateful." [Quran 3:144]

    Thus the Muslim Ummah bids farewell to one of its greatest heroes, Ibn-ul-Khattab, Ameer of the Mujahideen in Chechnya, but the Jihad continues and Islam lives on. He was not killed in battle because it is not possible to kill heroes face-to-face on the battlefield. Rather, he was stabbed in the back and poisoned in a cowardly manner on 19 March 2002, as confrmed in a statement by the Chairman of the Mujahideen Military Command Council, Shamil Basayev (may Allah preserve him). Khattab was expecting a letter from another commander and sent a Chechen messenger to retrieve the letter. This messenger was working with the Russians and they intercepted the letter, applying lethal poison to it together with Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a commercial solvent which, when mixed with a substance (e.g. a poison), instantly dissolves that substance into the bloodstream when touched by human skin. After touching the letter, Khattab felt sick and his soul left his body within five minutes. He was buried in the mountains of Chechnya, the same mountains where he had led fearless fighters into numerous battles against Russian troops, killing thousands of them over the last seven years. A complete profile of Khattab can be found in the Profiles section of the Jihad in Chechnya section of Azzam.com.

    A video of his body and burial was made but intercepted by the Russians when they ambushed and killed the one carrying it.

    There was no Janazah (Funeral) Prayer for him and his body was not washed because the Funeral Prayer and washing the body is only carried out for the dead, yet the martyrs are not dead as Allah says in the Quran:

    "Think not of those who are killed in the Way of Allâh as dead. Nay, they are alive, with their Lord, and they have provision."[Quran 3: 169]

    Rather, his weapons were removed and he was buried in the same combat clothing he fought in so that, insha-Allah, he will be raised up on the Day of Judgement wearing this same clothing, with his wounds spurting blood according to the following hadith of the Prophet (SAWS) narrated by Abu Hurairah (RA):

    "No-one is wounded in Allah's Cause, and Allah knows best who is wounded in His Cause, except that he will come on the Day of Judgement with his wound spurting blood. Its colour will be red like the colour of blood, but its smell with the smell of musk." [Reported by Al-Bukhari, Book 7, Hadith 441]

    However, the issue that should be concerning all, is that will Khattab's martyrdom end or affect the Jihad in Chechnya or Islam? The answer to this is indeed that Khattab's martyrdom will only increase the efforts of Jihad and give life to the Muslim Ummah. Whilst commenting on the above verse, "Think not of those who are killed in the Way of Allâh as dead. Nay they are alive...", scholar said that martyrs are alive in two senses of the word. The first is that they are physically alive and their souls reside in the hearts of green birds that live under the Throne of Allah (SWT) and roam around Paradise as they please. The second is that they are considered alive because they give life to those around them, i.e. the dead Muslim Ummah and those with dead hearts. When the Prophet (SAWS) died, some refused to believe it and could not accept that the greatest personality of Islam and the greatest man that the World had known, had died. Amongst them was Umar bin Al-Khattab (RA), who went to the people and announced that whoever said that Muhammad had died, he would cut off his head because Muhammad had not died, but had only gone to the mountains like the Prophet Musa(SAWS) went, and he would return soon. After seeing the body of the Prophet (SAWS), Abu Bakr (RA) went infront of the people and announced:

    "Whosoever worships Muhammad (SAWS), then let him know that Muhammad (SAWS) is dead. But whosoever worships Allah (SWT), then let him that Allah is alive and dies not."

    Then he recited the verse from the Quran: "Muhammad (SAWS) is no more than a Messenger, and indeed (many) Messengers have passed away before him. If he dies or is killed, will you then turn back on your heels (as disbelievers)? And he who turns back on his heels, not the least harm will he do to Allah, and Allah will give reward to those who are grateful." [Quran 3:144]

    It was then that Umar bin Al-Khattab realised the truth, that the Messenger of Allah (SAWS) had died. However, when Islam lost its most famous personality, the Messenger (SAWS), did Islam die? On the contrary: Islam expanded more after the death of the Prophet (SAWS) than it had during his lifetime. History bears witness that no ideology has grown at such speed as Islam did in the first 100 years after the death of the Prophet (SAWS). By the year 732CE (approximately 100 years after the death of the Prophet (SAWS), the Muslim Empire had reached India in the East, Morocco in the West, Spain and Central Asia in the North and Africa in the South. Islam is a faith that is independent of personalities. Many Muslims, hundreds of times more significant than Khattab, have died, but Islam did not finish and nor did the Jihad cease. It only increased and expanded after the martyrdom of its heroes, as Muslims with dead hearts took inspiration from the martyrs and longed to follow in their footsteps. Khattab only achieved (insha-Allah) what he longed for, as he mentioned in an interview to Kavkaz.org in 2001: "All of us are in the hands of Allah. Here we are so - one without a leg, another without a hand, and the third without an eye, injured, and cripple ones. We are among Mujahideen. We participate in operations. We shoot from grenade-guns, machine-guns.... and we are on the forefront like other Mujahideen. Leaving for a fight, we ask Allah to grant us death in his path. When there is a fight, we, alhamdulilah, simply ask Allah to bestow us death in his way. All other things are mere chatters. Who wants to work in the way of Allah, let them come...." He spent half of his life in the battlefield, away from luxury and comforts, away from his family and loved ones, away from a life of subjugation and humiliation, until Allah bestowed with that which he desired (we ask Allah that it is so). He did his bit and carried the flag of Jihad, Honour and Victory, first in Afghanistan, then in Tajikistan, then in Chechnya, until he could carry it no more and passed it on to others. Maybe the ones he passed it onto, will carry it further than him. The blue-eyed, Field Commander Abul- Waleed Al-Ansari, from the Arabian Peninsula, who takes over Khattab's position as Ameer of the Mujahideen in Chechnya, is said to have more military and fighting experience than even Khattab himself, having preceded Khattab to Afghanistan by a few years. The loss of leadership is a necessary condition on the path of Jihad. As said by Abu Ziyaad An-Najdi, Commander of the Mujahideen in Bosnia, who was martyred in December 1995: "Allah takes martyrs from the Mujahideen at a time He sees fit, whilst others he leaves to battle His enemies. If all the Mujahideen were to be taken as martyrs, who would fight the enemies of Allah? If, on the other hand, none of the Mujahideen were to be martyred, how would they get the reward for their actions?" Yesterday, it was the great Sheikh Abdullah Azzam, but Jihad did not end with his martyrdom. Recently, it was the brave Sheikh Hamoud Al-Uqla Ash-Shuabi, but support of the Mujahideen from the scholars did not end with his death. Today, it is the fearsome Khattab, but Jihad has not ended with his martyrdom. Tomorrow, it will be Usama Bin Ladin, but the Jihad will live on without him, because Jihad in Allah's Path is not carried out for Abdullah Azzam, Khattab or Bin Ladin, but it is carried out to raise Allah's Word High. This is why America and all its disbelieving cronies and thugs are trying to win a losing battle. Jihad does not depend on personalities and it does not end with the killing of individuals. Jihad is a divine act of worship, whose participants are rewarded in this Life with Victory and the Hereafter with Martyrdom and an Eternal Life. The question, therefore, that the Muslims should be asking themselves is:

    "Where are the Khattab's of tomorrow?" Is the Khattab of tomorrow sitting and reading this article? Is he already in the land of Jihad? Is he studying the religion at an Islamic University? Is he at high school? Is he in the armed forces of any country? Khattab was a human being, an individual, a part of the Muslim Ummah. He was not an immortal being sent down from the sky. He was born as a baby into a normal household, played with other children whilst a kid, drove a GMC pickup with fat wheels, black windows and a loud exhaust, whilst a teenager. However, when he decided to take the first step towards Allah and travelled to Afghanistan, Allah made it easy for him and martyrdom is the manner (insha-Allah) that Allah takes a normal individual who is not a Prophet or a Messenger and transforms him into something great that is honoured by those in the Heavens and the Earth. Finally, the Muslims should understand something from his martyrdom, as said by the martyred Sheikh Abdullah Azzam (RA); "We Muslims are never defeated by others. Instead, we are defeated by our ownselves." Whenever the Muslims suffer defeats, it is not because of their apparent enemy, but by the hypocrites and apostates within their ranks, who lead the enemy to the Muslims and make it work easy.

    Allah commanded the believers to wage Jihad against both the disbelievers AND the hypocrites:

    "O Prophet (Muhammad SAWS)! Wage Jihad against the disbelievers and the hypocrites, and be harsh against them, their abode is Hell, - and worst indeed is that destination. [Quran 9:73]

    Therefore, the Muslims should not turn all their efforts and attention to the disbelieving enemy, but instead they should also apportion some of this to waging Jihad against the hypocrites, by their tongues, articles, sermons, speeches and physical strength. Let the Muslims seek out the hypocrites within their ranks and either destroy or expose them, whether they be leaders or commonfolk, whether they be in the land of Jihad or outside it. There is no place for hypocrites, agents and collaborators in Islam. The Muslims in Palestine and Afghanistan seem to understand this concept well, whereby agents and collaborators are killed in order to send a message to those around them that Islam does not tolerate collaborators in its ranks. Khattab was killed because of a hypocrite, who seemed to be a Muslim, but who was actually working for the disbelievers. The Taliban was overthrown because of hypocrites in Pakistan, who opened their arms to the disbelieving invaders. The Muslims in Palestine are massacred, not because of Sharon or Bush, but because of the apostates and hypocrites ruling the Muslim countries around Palestine. As long as hypocrites remain within the ranks of the Muslims, the Muslims will be prevented from a swift victory. Those Muslims who are unable to reach the lands of Jihad in order to wage Jihad against the disbelievers, let them begin by waging Jihad against the hypocrites within their ranks.

    We end with some quotes from Khattab:

    "When I saw groups of Chechens wearing headbands with 'La ilaha illalah...' (There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His Messenger) written on them, and shouting takbeers (Allahu-Akbar),

    I decided that there was a Jihad going on in Chechnya and I must go there." "The main thing that prevents all of us from coming to Jihad is our families. All of us who came here, came without our family's permission. If we had listened to our families and gone back home, who would carry on this work that we are doing? Every time I telephone my mother, even now she asks me to come home, even though I have not seen her for the last 12 years. If I was to go back to visit my mother, who would continue this work?"

    "Allah orders us to fight the disbelievers as they fight us. They fight us with media and propaganda, so we should also fight them with our media." [Profile of Khattab, Azzam Publications, August 1999] "We are fully aware of our obligation and our target. We are faced with an Islamic obligation before a humanitarian concern and this obligation is to come to the support of our Muslim brothers in every place, in person and with wealth, as Allah (SWT) said:

    'And if they ask you for assistance in the religion, then you must go to their aid…' [Quran 8:72]." "As for the Muslim countries, especially the Arab countries, then I am sorry to say that their stance is nothing except fighting against those Muslims who stood by their Muslim brothers in the previous calamities to befall the Muslims." [Interview, Qoqaz.net, 20 November 1999] "The success of the Mujahideen in withstanding the Russian military machine and successfully defeating it in battle is attributed first and foremost to the will of Allah Most High. This is also attributed to the sincerity of the Mujahideen in fighting for their faith and their homeland – it is a fight that will continue until the oppression of the defeated Russian government is finished. Our most effective weapon is our faith in Allah Most High, and the reliance on none other than Allah. We also use stocks of weapons captured from the Russian army in the course of battle, like the Prophet Muhammad - Peace and Blessings be upon Him - said:

    'My provision has been made under the shade of my spear.' [Sahih]" "As far as we are concerned, any casualties cannot be considered losses, for we are fulfilling the great tenet of Jihad – the peak of Islam. We also recognise that living according to Allah’s laws and applying them does not come without being rigorously tested." "This is because all infidels are but one in their actions, as Allah Most High describes them: 'Never will the Jews or the Christians be satisfied with you unless you follow their form of religion..' [Quran 2:120]"

    "We thank Allah, Most High, the Most Powerful, the Almighty, who defeated the atheists and reversed their plots against them, and who bestowed victory upon the Mujahideen. We thank Him, for helping the Mujahideen prove to the world that no military machine and nothing material is capable of obstructing the power of Iman and absolute conviction in Allah. 'Allah will certainly aid those who aid his (cause), For verily Allah is full of strength, Exalted in Might ' [Quran 22:40]"

    [Interview, Qoqaz.net, 24 January 2000] May Allah accept Khattab amongst the ranks of the martyrs and give him the highest level of Paradise, in the company of the Prophets, the Truthful, the Martyrs and the Righteous, and what an excellent fellowship are they. Ameen.[I]decided that there was a Jihad going on in Chechnya and I must go there." "The main thing that prevents all of us from coming to Jihad is our families. All of us who came here, came without our family's permission. If we had listened to our families and gone back home, who would carry on this work that we are doing? Every time I telephone my mother, even now she asks me to come home, even though I have not seen her for the last 12 years. If I was to go back to visit my mother, who would continue this work
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    aww hes so lucky!!
    "Islam began as something strange and will return as it was, so give glad tidings to the strangers."
    "Don't ever argue with an idiot....
    they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."

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