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  1. #31
    Iraq’s Muqtada Al-Sadr Forms Parliamentary Majority Bloc
    https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/2...ary-coalition/


    Sixteen political groups in Iraq, including those of Shiite cleric Muqtada Al-Sadr and outgoing Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi,
    reached an agreement Sunday to form the largest bloc in the Iraqi parliament.
    Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi, reportedly backed by the West, is also a part of the coalition.
    Bottom line: Hadi (lapdog) & Sadr (cunning religious/political cutthroat)
    were both for sale and their alliance was bought.
    BOTH are anti PMU and fear them.
    (think battle hardened Iraqi patriots NOT 'disarmed'.)
    They're still out there... everybody in Baghdad (and Erbil) knows it.
    Sadr has called for them to be disamed... it's on his 'short list'.
    good luck.

    The Parliamentary 'battle' is between the PMU and the hegemons.
    Viewed from a 'ground' perspective it is
    (Iran) Qassem Soleimani vs (US) Bret McGurk




    Sadr's masquerade is a clever one: anti-Washington & anti-Tehran
    He promotes himself as an Iraqi 'patriot' and defender of the poor (there r MANY)
    What he actually is....
    is a guarantee of future civil war
    a cancer on the sovereignty of Iraq and it's vital alliance w/ Syria/Iran/Russia

    Money changed hands and a fragile 'coalition' has been formed.
    How much do you think something like that is 'worth' to Israel/Saudis/US/UK?

    No one in Parliament is 'fooled' however...
    coalition or no... there's a very defined 'limit'
    to the actual 'power' to 'govern' in any practical sense.

    On Monday, the nation's new parliament will hold its inaugural session during
    which it must elect a speaker as well two deputy speakers, the Daily Mail reported.
    Following that, the parliament will have 30 days to elect a new Iraqi president,
    a position that goes to a member of the Kurdish minority with at least two-thirds of the vote.
    The new president will then have 15 days to task the largest parliamentary bloc to form a new government.

    The new government will face the task of rebuilding Iraq after three years of war with Daesh terrorists.
    The vote took place in May, but a recount process delayed the results for three months.
    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-03-2018 at 04:22 PM.



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  3. #32
    (it's not meddling when WE do it)





    #ISIS #IRAN
    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-03-2018 at 10:13 AM.



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  5. #33
    Understanding Hezbollah... (a great read.)
    If you read/contemplate Lebanon (this article)
    then you will glimpse the 'future' of Iraq.

    Iraq's PMU
    and
    Lebanon's Hezbollah
    are playing EXACTLY the same 'long game'.
    (imo)

    ---------

    (above article)
    Elijah J. Magnier is perhaps my favorite shiite thinker/writer/historian/academician
    his twitter is 2nd to none in tracking developments.




    https://twitter.com/ejmalrai/status/1036586254740193280

    https://twitter.com/ejmalrai/status/1036586844526399488

    https://twitter.com/ejmalrai/status/1036587369540071424

    ELECTION POSTPONED




    -------


    FAKE CANDIDATE

    (Sadr is the 'fake' anti-US candidate. This is the REAL one.. the PMU one.)
    Faleh al-Fayyad is the official anti-US PM candidate in Iraq, while the US is trying to hit Iran below the belt
    https://ejmagnier.com/2018/08/31/fal...elow-the-belt/


    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-03-2018 at 10:51 AM.

  6. #34
    PMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPM UPMUPMUPMUPMUPMUPMU?



    https://twitter.com/BaxtiyarGoran/st...04744562221058






  7. #35
    Adding more fuel to the fire, the Hashd Al Shaabi also have stated that they will be targeting U.S. and other foreign forces in Iraq. The militia stated that they will take action if non-Iraqis attempt to form a pro-Washington and pro-Saudi government in Baghdad. Iraqi media sources report that the statements were signed by the Badr Brigade, Asayib Ahl al-Hagh, Kata’ib Sayyid al-Shuhada, Kata'ib Jund al-Imam, Ansar Allah al-Awfiya’, Saraya Ashura, Saraya Ansar al-‘Aqeeda, Saraya Khurasan, and Kata’ib Imam Ali. All these groups are known to be supported and directed by Iran.

    More at: https://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/Mid...al-Crisis.html

    Civil war may be only months away, we need to leave.
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankindÖitís people I canít stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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  8. #36
    Basra is now going off the rails...
    ►'protests' began only 2 months ago and were a complaint (only) against Baghdad
    because of poverty conditions/no gov't services.
    Iraq Protests Storm Airport, Oil Offices Amidst Energy Crisis; Foreign Companies Evacuate
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...eign-companies

    ►now...
    the crowds are (today,suddenly) burning down 'shiite resistance'/militia & party headquarters....

    hmmmm.... something doesn't smell right....





    https://twitter.com/Brasco_Aad/statu...42177900732416
    ^^^^^^^^^^
    Brasco called it 2 months ago.... Twisted Evil
    today's 'anti-PMU/Hezbollah' attacks on their Basra headquarters
    are being orchestrated from within....

    Sadr is the rat and is manipulating the chaos in Basra.

    He wears a 'Shiite mask'...
    but his pockets are being lined by Saudi/Israel/US.


    Brasco re-tweeted more of his own 2017 predictions...
    about Moqtada al-Sadr




    Muqtada al-Sadr is not 'good' news.

    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-06-2018 at 10:41 PM.

  9. #37
    hegemons r fooling NO ONE


    American backed protesters set Iranian consulate ablaze in Iraq's Basra
    https://mobile.twitter.com/AFP/statu...91505871867904

  10. #38

    https://twitter.com/Ozkok_/status/1038104437330505728

    Iraqi patriots will NOT simply stand by and watch this go down.
    US soldiers will become targets.


    SPIN

    THIS (below) is going to be the MSM/Western 'spin'... the propaganda 'theme'
    Intra Shi'a Civil War Begins in Iraq
    http://iswresearch.blogspot.com/2018...-iraq.html?m=1
    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-08-2018 at 09:10 AM.

  11. #39
    BOOM



    ►Iran sent 5 pin-point missiles into N. Iraq on their border
    accurately targeting a KURD PKK/PDKI terror command HQ





    https://twitter.com/KianNader/status...84969192820736



    https://twitter.com/Khaaasteh/status...81897355800576


    Erbil media piece...
    11 dead in attack on Iran Kurd rebel HQ in Iraq
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Mid...q-in-iraq.ashx



    =======

    claims of GPS guidance...
    idk
    In February 2017, Iran revealed a guided version of the Fajr-5, similar to the Chinese SY300.
    It has a firing accuracy of 250 m when using INS and 50 m using GNSS, with range from 40–130 km (25–81 mi).[6]

    Plutonium General
    IRGC using Fajr5 precision GPS guided missiles to strike PDKI terrorist in Iraq Iran First major "international" strike since Deir Ezzor 2017 jun

    Brasco_Aad
    Incredible accuracy.

    Iran is also sending a message to the Israelis and the Americans who are illegally occupying Syria with a dozen bases.
    ''We can hit you wherever you are with PINPOINT accuracy''



    https://twitter.com/IRI_SEAMAN/statu...26975474462721



    https://twitter.com/nukesn_missiles/...08153770196997

    Sayed Abolfazl
    Two high rank (PDKI leaders)name:Soheila Ghaderi and Hashem Azizi killed due to IRGC missile strike .
    .rest in hell.



    PDKI is US/Saudi supported organization and its ally is US supported MEK cult...
    Last edited by goldenequity; 09-08-2018 at 10:04 AM.

  12. #40
    Elijah J. Magnier
    Iran 1 - USA 0 in Iraq
    Moqtada al-Sadr and Hadi al-Ameri call for the USA candidate Abadi to resign
    call for his MPs to join them and form a new government.



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  14. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by goldenequity View Post
    BOOM



    ►Iran sent 5 pin-point missiles into N. Iraq on their border
    accurately targeting a KURD PKK/PDKI terror command HQ





    https://twitter.com/KianNader/status...84969192820736



    https://twitter.com/Khaaasteh/status...81897355800576


    Erbil media piece...
    11 dead in attack on Iran Kurd rebel HQ in Iraq
    http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Mid...q-in-iraq.ashx



    =======

    claims of GPS guidance...
    idk
    In February 2017, Iran revealed a guided version of the Fajr-5, similar to the Chinese SY300.
    It has a firing accuracy of 250 m when using INS and 50 m using GNSS, with range from 40–130 km (25–81 mi).[6]

    Plutonium General
    IRGC using Fajr5 precision GPS guided missiles to strike PDKI terrorist in Iraq Iran First major "international" strike since Deir Ezzor 2017 jun

    Brasco_Aad
    Incredible accuracy.

    Iran is also sending a message to the Israelis and the Americans who are illegally occupying Syria with a dozen bases.
    ''We can hit you wherever you are with PINPOINT accuracy''



    https://twitter.com/IRI_SEAMAN/statu...26975474462721



    https://twitter.com/nukesn_missiles/...08153770196997

    Sayed Abolfazl
    Two high rank (PDKI leaders)name:Soheila Ghaderi and Hashem Azizi killed due to IRGC missile strike .
    .rest in hell.



    PDKI is US/Saudi supported organization and its ally is US supported MEK cult...
    Iraq’s foreign ministry protested an attack on its territory as Iran’s Revolutionary Guards confirmed they’d attacked rebels in the Iraqi Kurdistan area.
    The government “categorically rejects the violation of Iraqi sovereignty by bombing any target within Iraqi territory without prior coordination with the Iraqi authorities,” according to a statement on the foreign ministry website.

    More at: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/iraq-...104517643.html
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankindÖitís people I canít stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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  15. #42
    Haidar Abadi has fallen with the burned walls of the Iranian consulate in Basra
    https://ejmagnier.com/2018/09/10/hai...late-in-basra/


    The US favorite candidate for prime minister Haidar Abadi lost his last chance to renew his mandate for a second term
    when riots caused arson around the southern city of Basra and burned down the walls of the Iranian consulate in the city.


    While the inhabitants demonstrated for their justified demands (fresh water, electricity, job opportunities and infrastructure),
    sponsored groups with different agendas mixed with the crowds and managed to
    burn down offices, ambulances, a government building and school associated with al-Hashd al-Shaabi and other anti-US political groups.


    This mob behavior forced Sayyed Moqtada al-Sadr, leader of 54 MPs, to drop his political partner Abadi and to put an end to his political carrier.
    Moqtada sought to distance himself from the events in Basra in order to let the blame fall on Abadi alone.
    When the situation got out of hand, Moqtada al Sadr took his distance, pushing his MPs to request the resignation of his political partner Haidar Abadi.


    one big Shia coalition along with the Sunni


    Iraqi political parties had been divided into two camps: one supported by the US and led by Abadi and Moqtada, and another, led by Nuri al Maliki and Hadi al Ameri

    Iran is pushing the Shia groups, including Sayyed Ammar al-Hakim and the al-Da’wa party to join in one single coalition, along with the Sunni.
    The Usama al-Nujeifi group saw the desertion of many of its MPs to the Maliki-Ameri coalition.
    This largest coalition is now expected to include many more than 165 MPs, and thus become eligible
    to choose the Speaker and his two deputies, the president and the new prime minister.

    The emergent large coalition will no longer need the support of the Kurds (42 MPs), who may also see some defections towards the Maliki-Ameri coalition.
    Masood Barzani will not be able to impose his 27 demands.
    The Kurds will no longer be the kingmaker.



  16. #43
    Iraq may once again, for the first time in nearly a decade, become a theater of US-Iran confrontation according to a White House statement published Tuesday evening.
    “The United States will hold the regime in Tehran accountable for any attack that results in injury to our personnel or damage to United States government facilities,” press secretary Sarah Sanders said in a written statement posted to WhiteHouse.gov. “America will respond swiftly and decisively in defense of American lives.”


    The threat of military force comes after the American embassy in Baghdad's 'green zone' came under a brazen overnight mortar attack last Thursday, which left no one injured but started a blaze near the sprawling embassy's gate.
    Up to four mortars were fired in what officials confirmed was a targeted assault American diplomatic soil. Defense analysts and officials were quick to blame Iran-backed militias in the area, which had previously in the week vowed in a joint statement to expel all "foreign occupying forces" from the country.
    And days later multiple rockets were fired at the Basra airport, which is also site of the United States consulate for the area. Though denying it had a role in events in Basra or Baghdad, Tehran's leaders did admit to a major missile attack on the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in Northern Iraqi Kurdistan, which resulted in up to a dozen killed and scores wounded.
    #BREAKING: Iran IRGC confirm missile strikes on Kurd rebels in Iraq: 7 missiles fired pic.twitter.com/hbjd4OKh61
    — Amichai Stein (@AmichaiStein1) September 9, 2018
    The White House statement, which condemns "life threatening attacks" against "the United States consulate in Basra and against the American embassy compound in Baghdad" also follows two weeks of heightened sectarian tensions across various parts of the country, but especially the southern Sunni-majority city of Basra, where the Iranian consulate was burned to the ground after it was stormed by a mob late last week.


    The statement puts Iran on notice and pledges that it will be held responsible for such incidents: "Iran did not act to stop these attacks by its proxies in Iraq, which it has supported with funding, training, and weapons," reads the press release.
    #Breaking #Now
    Sep 11
    Heather Nauert press conference
    The #USA condemned #Iran behavior the unstabilizing region and missile attack on #Iraq
    @pjpaton @statedeptspox #IRGC_OUT pic.twitter.com/avwcEILADn
    — mostafa.m (@MostafaMe4) September 11, 2018
    US officials have yet to reveal any evidence that Iran was directly behind either the embassy or Basra consulate attacks, but days prior ten pro-Iran Shia militias in the country published a statement vowing to expel foreign troops and advisers by force if they didn't immediately leave Iraq.

    More at: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-...-militias-iraq
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    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

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    Alexis de Torqueville

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  17. #44

  18. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by goldenequity View Post
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    https://twitter.com/Ozkok_/status/1040294702917005312
    We need to get out of there before the whole region explodes.
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankindÖitís people I canít stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

    A Zero Hedge comment

  19. #46

    The World Should be Worried About the Uprisings in Basra



    Patrick Cockburn is pretty much an establishment journalist but it may make sense to add his article here on the uprisings in Basra if, for no other reason, than seeing what the establishment is saying:



    The World Should be Worried About the Uprisings in Basra:


    The current protests in Iraq are the most serious seen in the country for years, and are taking place at the heart of some of the world’s largest oilfields. The Iraqi government headquarters in Basra was set ablaze, as were the offices of those parties and militias blamed by local people for their wretched living conditions. Protesters have blockaded and closed down Iraq’s main sea port at Umm Qasr, through which it imports most of its grain and other supplies. Mortar shells have been fired into the Green Zone in Baghdad for the first time in years. At least 10 people have been shot dead by security forces over the last four days in a failed effort to quell the unrest.

    If these demonstrations had been happening in 2011 during the Arab Spring then they would be topping the news agenda around the world. As it is, the protests have so far received very limited coverage in international media, which is focusing on what might happen in the future in Idlib, Syria, rather than on events happening now in Iraq.

    Iraq has once again fallen off the media map at the very moment when it is being engulfed by a crisis that could destabilise the whole country. The disinterest of foreign governments and news outlets has ominous parallels with their comatose posture five years ago when they ignored the advance of Isis before it captured Mosul. President Obama even dismissed, in words he came to regret, Isis as resembling a junior basketball team playing out of their league.

    The causes of the protests are self-evident: Iraq is ruled by a kleptomaniac political class that operates the Iraqi state apparatus as a looting machine. Other countries are corrupt, notably those rich in oil or other natural resources, and the politically well connected become hugely wealthy. However big the rake-off, something is usually built at the end of the day.

    In Iraq it does not happen that way, and among the angriest victims of 15 years of wholesale theft are the two million inhabitants of Basra. Once glorified as the Venice of the Gulf, its canals have turned into open sewers and its water supplies are so polluted as to be actually poisonous.

    Protests erupted earlier this year because of the lack of electricity, water, jobs and every other government service. The injustice was all the more flagrant because the oil companies around Basra are exporting more crude than ever before. In August this totalled four million barrels a day, earning the government in Baghdad some $7.7bn over the course of the month.

    Few things epitomise the failure of the Iraqi state so starkly as the fact that, despite its vast oil wealth, Basra is now threatened by a cholera outbreak, according to local health officials. Basra hospitals have already treated 17,500 people for chronic diarrhoea and stomach ailments over the past two weeks, after they became ill from drinking polluted water. Salt water is mixing with fresh water, making it brackish and reducing the effectiveness of the chlorine that would otherwise kill the bacteria. There is plenty of bacteria around because the water system has not been updated for 30 years and sewage from broken pipes is mixing with drinking water.

    Iraqi governments are not much good at coping with crises like these at the best of times, and this one strikes at a particularly bad moment because the two main political blocs are failing to form a new government in the aftermath of the parliamentary election on 12 May. The new parliament met for the first time this week, failed to elect a speaker and decided to take 10 days off, but is now to meet in emergency session on Saturday to discuss the crisis in Basra.

    But even if a new government is formed under the current prime minister Haider al-Abadi, or some other figure, it may not make much difference. The party that unexpectedly polled best in the election was the one following the nationalist populist cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, which was allied to the small Iraqi Communist Party, thereby emphasising its secular, non-sectarian and progressive policies. On the other hand, critics claim that in the past government Sadrist ministers have been just as corrupt as those of the other parties. The problem is not just individual corruption but the political mechanism as a whole: ministries are shared out between the parties which then use them as cash cows and sources of patronage jobs. Mudher Salih, a financial adviser to Abadi, explained to me in Baghdad earlier this year how this works, adding that “unless the political system is changed it is impossible to fight corruption”.

    This system of jobs for the boys, regardless of personal merit or professional qualifications, has damaging consequences for ordinary Iraqis. Many of those who have climbed onto the gravy train over the past 15 years would not know how to improve matters even if they wanted to. One former governor of Basra is reported to have handed back a large part of its budget because he said he could not think of anything on which to spend the money.

    Why is this happening now? The Iraqi government, backed by the US, Iran and many other allies, won its greatest victory last year when it recaptured Mosul from Isis after a nine month siege. Paradoxically, this success meant many Iraqis were no longer preoccupied by the threat posed by Isis to themselves and their families. They focused instead on the ramshackle state of their country – the lack of roads, bridges, hospitals and schools, as well as the shortage of electricity and water, in a place where summer temperatures reach 50C (ie. 122 fahrenheit).

    Many Iraqis say they favour radical or even revolutionary change but the status quo will be difficult to uproot, however unsatisfactory it may be. It is not only the elite who plug into the oil revenues. Some 4.5 million Iraqis get salaries from the state and they – and not just crooked billionaires – have an incentive in keeping things as they are, however toxic.

    Iraq will most likely continue to be misruled by a weak dysfunctional government, thereby opening the door to various dangers. Isis is down but not entirely out: it could rally its forces, perhaps in a different guise, and escalate attacks. Divisions within the Shiah community are growing deeper and more rancorous as the Sadrists – whose offices, unlike those of the other parties, have not been burned by demonstrators – grow in influence.

    A festering political crisis will not be confined to Iraq. The outside world should have learned this lesson from the aftermath of the US-led invasion of 2003. Rival Iraqi parties always seek foreign sponsors whose interests they serve as well as their own. The country is already one of the arenas of the escalating US-Iran confrontation. As with the threat of a cholera epidemic in Basra, Iraqi crises tend to spread swiftly and infect the whole region.

  20. #47

  21. #48
    The Iraqi parliament elected Sunni lawmaker Mohammed al-Halbousi as speaker on Sept. 15, AP reported. Al-Halbousi, a former governor of Anbar province, was supported by parliament's pro-Iran bloc.

    Lawmakers must next elect a new president and task the leader of the largest bloc to form a government as prime minister. But a dominant bloc has yet to emerge.

    More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situa...wmaker-speaker
    Never attempt to teach a pig to sing; it wastes your time and annoys the pig.

    Robert Heinlein

    Give a man an inch and right away he thinks he's a ruler

    Groucho Marx

    I love mankindÖitís people I canít stand.

    Linus, from the Peanuts comic

    You cannot have liberty without morality and morality without faith

    Alexis de Torqueville

    Those who fail to learn from the past are condemned to repeat it.
    Those who learn from the past are condemned to watch everybody else repeat it

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  23. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsmyth View Post
    The Iraqi parliament elected Sunni lawmaker Mohammed al-Halbousi as speaker on Sept. 15, AP reported. Al-Halbousi, a former governor of Anbar province, was supported by parliament's pro-Iran bloc.
    Lawmakers must next elect a new president and task the leader of the largest bloc to form a government as prime minister. But a dominant bloc has yet to emerge.
    More at: https://worldview.stratfor.com/situa...wmaker-speaker
    Baghdad to Side with Tehran in Sanctions Era: Iraq’s New Speaker
    https://www.tasnimnews.com/en/news/2...-s-new-speaker


    The new speaker of Iraq’s parliament, Mohammed Rikan Hadeed al-Halbousi,
    praised Iran’s role in the Arab country’s liberation from terrorist groups
    and said in the era of “unfair” sanctions against Iran,
    the Iraqi nation will side with the Islamic Republic



    another foreign policy failure for trump.
    Axis of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon resistance of only gets stronger.

  24. #50
    US Artillery Units Target Position of PMU Iraqi Popular Forces in Anbar -
    https://en.muraselon.com/2018/09/us-...rces-in-anbar/




    Why wood we do dat??
    "the Iraqi forces launched a large-scale operation
    to hunt down the remaining pockets of ISIL in a desert-like region
    to the country’s border with Syria...
    the popular forces of Hashd al-Shaabi, kicked off a major operation to purge the deserts
    between the provinces of Nineveh, Anbar and Salahuddin to the borders with Syria of ISIL terrorists.

    MAGA

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