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Syrian Christians massacred…media silent

Nov. 21, 2013 – One of the worst Christian massacres—complete with mass graves, tortured-to-death women and children, and destroyed churches—recently took place in Syria, at the hands of the U.S.-supported jihadi “rebels”; and the U.S. government and its “mainstream media” mouthpiece are, as usual, silent (that is, when not actively trying to minimize matters).

The massacre took place in Sadad, an ancient Syriac Orthodox Christian habitation, so old as to be mentioned in the Old Testament. Most of the region’s inhabitants are poor, as Sadad is situated in the remote desert between Homs and Damascus (desert regions, till now, apparently the only places Syria’s Christians could feel secure; 600 Christian families had earlier fled there for sanctuary from the jihad, only to be followed by it).

In late October, the U.S-supported “opposition” invaded and occupied Sadad for over a week, till ousted by the nation’s military. Among other atrocities, 45 Christians—including women and children—were killed, several tortured to death; Sadat’s 14 churches, some ancient, were ransacked and destroyed; the bodies of six people from one family, ranging from ages 16 to 90, were found at the bottom of a well (an increasingly common fate for “subhuman” Christians).

The jihadis even made a graphic video (with English subtitles) of those whom they massacred, while shouting Islam’s victory-cry, “Allahu Akbar” (which John McCain equates to a Christian saying “thank God”). Another video, made after Sadad was liberated shows more graphic atrocities.

Here are the words of Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh, Syriac Orthodox Metropolitan of Homs and Hama (another detailed account, with pictures, appears here):

What happened in Sadad is the most serious and biggest massacre of Christians in Syria in the past two years and a half… 45 innocent civilians were martyred for no reason, and among them several women and children, many thrown into mass graves. Other civilians were threatened and terrorized. 30 were wounded and 10 are still missing. For one week, 1,500 families were held as hostages and human shields. Among them children, the elderly, the young, men and women…. All the houses of Sadad were robbed and property looted. The churches are damaged and desecrated, deprived of old books and precious furniture… What happened in Sadad is the largest massacre of Christians in Syria and the second in the Middle East, after the one in the Church of Our Lady of Salvation in Iraq, in 2010.

In the Iraqi attack of 2010, al-Qaeda linked jihadis stormed the church during service killing some 60 Christian worshippers (see here for graphic images of the aftermath).

While the archbishop is correct that this is the “largest massacre of Christians in Syria,” it is but the tip of the iceberg of the persecution the nation’s Christian minority has suffered—including beheadings, church bombings, kidnappings, rapes, and dislocation of hundreds of thousands of Christians—since the war broke out (see Syria entries in monthly persecution series).

A month before Sadad, another ancient Christian region, Ma’loula, one of the world’s very few regions that still spoke Aramaic, the language of Jesus, was besieged by the jihadis, its churches bombarded and plundered, its inhabitants forced to convert to Islam or die. The last words of one man who refused were: “I am a Christian, and if you want to kill me for this, I do not object to it.”

The archbishop concluded his statement concerning Sadad by asking: “We have shouted aid to the world but no one has listened to us. Where is the Christian conscience? Where is human consciousness? Where are my brothers? I think of all those who are suffering today in mourning and discomfort: We ask everyone to pray for us.”

Serge Trifkovic—who hails from a European region especially acquainted with Islamic jihadresponds to the archbishop as follows:

That no “human consciousness” is to be found in the White House, or in the editorial offices of the leading Western media, is now a matter of well-established record. Just try searching for “Sadad” (or alternatively “Saddad”) on the websites of the Department of State or The New York Times. Ditto the leading European dailies, the CNN/BBC/RTF, the human-rights defending “NGOs” et al.

The problem, of which Archbishop Selwanos Boutros Alnemeh appears unaware, is no longer in the Western elite’s mere indifference to the impending demise of Christianity in the lands of its birth, but in its active, ongoing, and open contribution to that demise. Cyprus (1974) and the Balkans (1991-9) provided the test, Iraq (2003-today) the conclusive proof. In Syria the Obama administration remains committed to supporting the rebels—ah, yes, only the “moderate” ones, like the Christian-murdering “Free Syrian Army” (discretion advised again), not “even though” the result will be the same, but precisely because it will be.

In one of the Arabic videos documenting the aftermath of the Sadad massacre, as the mutilated bodies of one family are drawn from a well (around :30 second mark), a middle-aged male relative, in tears, says:

The most precious in the whole universe [his family], are now gone, leaving me alone, but thank God I am still surrounded by these loving people who remain. I want to say, let people [the jihadis] return to their minds. The problems of the world can only be solved by knowledge and brains. Enough insanity, the nerves of the people are shredded. Enough, enough—return to your minds; you people, you humans—return to your humanity, enough crimes.

As a sign of the times, here is a Syrian, an “easterner,” evoking rationalism and humanity, products of the Christian West, at a time when the post-Christian West is governed by anything and everything—propaganda, emotionalism, mindless indoctrination—but the twain.

by Raymond Ibrahim, author of Crucified Again: Exposing Islam’s New War on Christians (Regnery, April, 2013) is a Middle East and Islam specialist, and a Shillman Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and an Associate Fellow at the Middle East Forum.

11/21/2013   Middle East Forum


  1. alkidya says:

    I’m sure Obama and his mob are really enjoying this news. Perhaps he isn’t hearing about it. After all, he didn’t know about the Obamacare website not working until someone pointed it out to him in the newspaper.

    • Rev Henry F. Fingerlin says:

      I wish that those who read things like this would e-mail it to their local newspaper editors and radio commentators. Somehow we’ve got to open some eyes to what is going on both in our country and abroad.l

      • joe frank says:

        I agree. What are you waiting for? Why are you waiting for someone else to do it? Send it to the WH, your local newspaper, TV news stations, friends, family, anyone who will listen. We seem to be a society of concerned citizens who sit on the sidelines waiting for someone else to take matters into their own hands, watching life pass us by and not getting involved b/c we might get our hands dirty. Such is the case w/ our own government right now becoming what our forefathers warned us about and seeing it happen before our very eyes and doing nothing about it.

      • livia says:

        this is not about putting a political party down! this is about praying that no human group would be killed because of their religion!

      • alkidya says:

        I sent it to my local TV station but they haven’t published the story yet. No mention at all of Christian persecution. It is just like pre-WWII Germany and the news media of the time in the west refused to believe what was happening.

      • gayr says:

        good idea the local news does hold a f-b page- I will look up all of my local news channels on F-B and send it to them

      • Ken says:

        Most local newspapers, radio and television stations are biased to the left so they will choose to ignore this. I’m pretty sure they already know it is happening but they just can’t stand to make our current administration look bad… but then again, it’s always worth a try .The few right leaning media outlets we have in this country are already reporting this story.

      • Devon Phillips says:

        People have been beimg killed for their religion since the dawn of time, the only difference now its for no reason cuz no one will stop them, I agree write to your papers but it will do no good the media only reports what it wants us to hear not whats really going on, best thimg to do is pray and pray hard, like u have never prayed before, God will sort it out in the mean time PRAY!!!!

      • Ellene Jensen says:

        Our media would never cover this. Our media is owned. Our government would not want this coming out. Obviously – they already know how our militant money is being handled.

    • Charleen Day says:

      I think Obama knows, he just doesn’t care…further more, he is involved with the wrong side!

    • gbdawson says:

      We have news controlled by the state and pleading ignorance seems acceptable. Shame on Americans that can support this

    • WakeUp&SeeAmerica says:

      @alkidya – I don’t think they ‘refuse to believe what is happening’ (now or in WWII), I think there are other factors at play, such as the political threat. The government controls all our media and funds a lot of it (indirectly). They can’t expose them to such an extent. They are forced to keep quiet using several threat tactics. I even remember learning this in HS years ago regarding WWII.

      Also, no one cares! My family is from Iraq and fled to escape the Gulf war in the early 80s. My dad insisted on going back, even after I was born, but there was nothing to go back to. The people in Syria, many of them have fled Iraq recently and are living as refugees or illegals there just to escape persecution. When Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church was attacked in Iraq in 2010 we held protests at the Federal Bldgs all over the country. Do you really think anyone listened? or cared? The Federal Building learned of our plan (we planned a certain day/time across the country) and people went home early, others shut their windows. We wrote our congressmen only to receive a generic reply back to the extent of “we are working on it.” They are full of it and they dont care. And they are the reason we don’t hear about ANY of this in American media streams. Besides, we are too busy worrying about who Lady Gaga pissed off recently. Clearly, that’s more important.

  2. alkidya says:

    “return to your minds; you people, you humans”???
    These are not humans…they are lower than the lowest life forms.

    • Lois Johnson says:

      They are simply sinners like the rest of us who need to repent. There is still forgiveness even for their crimes and atrocities.

      • Amen! We must pray for them.

      • Justin says:

        I personally find it hard to forgive a persecution like this. For evil keeps spreading like a vile disease. Forgive someone when they seek forgiveness. But when they’re spreading non-stop iniquity and violence ESPECIALLY against innocent children… in my eyes should be punished severely for it. I know people say it’s up to God to judge, and I agree with that. But when somebody slaughters several civilians who were seeking peace and slaughter children… they have to be stopped. It goes for anybody or anything. If evil refuses to stop, it has to be stopped.

    • Jonathan says:

      Stephen when he was being stoned looked to heaven and prayed that God would forgive them for they did not know what they were doing. These people are sinners walking in ignorance of God. As much as my heart breaks for my fellow Christians I pray all the more for the salvation of their captors.

      • Wanderdust says:

        and yes, Christ is greater than the works of the evil one and even loves the ones being used by the evil one. We even pray for their salvation of those responsible for these despicable acts, for their repentance, and for the children and many families in the middle east to know Isa (Jesus the Perfect One) as well. all who trust in Jesus are victorious and will live forever no matter what. death is swallowed up in victory and may forgiveness and love show God’s power is greater than the worst evil on earth.

      • stimpy77 (Jon Davis) says:

        Stephen had a vision, and said, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them” while being stoned. He didn’t say “for they do not know what they are doing”. It was Jesus who said those words while he hung on the cross, and some believe he was saying it of the Romans and not of the Jews since it was the Romans who did the actual crucifying, but it’s true the Romans really didn’t know why they were doing what they were doing.

        That said, what matters is that we forgive. Matthew 5:10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. 11 “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. 12 Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.

    • Ben says:

      That’s exactly the excuse that they use to persecute Christians. We must not let Satan trick us into believing it, too.
      I agree with all of those below that have commented that the persecutors are sinners in need of a saviour – as much in need (and as much loved by God) as those that they are persecuting. Christ died so that they might be saved – and it was worth the risk.

    • Charleen Day says:

      They are still human, and God tells us to pray for those who persecute us, but they are those whom was written about in Romans chapter 1

      • Mark says:

        These attrocities explain exactly why The Christ is the real and existent evidence of God in the place…turning the other cheek etc, He was silent to the slaughter and all the while his actions of peace are highlighting the evil of a deceived humanity. The worst thing a racical Christian can do is to obey Christ…to love one another despite the cost…the worst thing a radical muslim can do is behead the infidel for his/her salvation. The offenders cant return to humanity because their world view forbids it. Let us pray for them…the One True God Yahveh loves them no differently to anyone else.

    • Mr. Moore says:

      That’s what they say of Christians. Lets rise above that kind of thinking lest we join them in atrocities of our own when we have the upper hand.

    • Everyone is made in the image of God. There is none that are made in any other way. Jesus said to pray for your enemies, bless those that persecute you.
      If you are not willing to do what He says then why bother to call Him Lord?
      He also to pray for your leaders.

  3. I take these stories and I post them on the FB pages of CBS, NBC and ABC… I scream, where is our PRESS?… I hope 2 or 10 people see it before they take it down… I try to embarrass them. Maybe 10 more will know tomorrow.

  4. celia490 says:

    When did this take place?

  5. Tonia says:

    Dear God in Heaven, please bless these people as they are sinned against, give them Your strength and love. In Jesus’ blessed name amen

  6. Pastor Ron says:

    I shared this with my congregation on Sunday. Someone claimed the money did not go to Jihad. Can you site any further proof or sites?

    • Pastor Ron, I have been following this for months, I have 15 pages of articles and posts about the rebels here. The media and the western nations have deliberately tried to cover up what their support is for. I’ve heard many say that it’s al-Qaeda’s fault, it’s Assad’s fault. McCain backed the story of good rebel bad rebel when he posed for pictures in Syria with rebels. It turned out one of the rebels was a kidnapper. In fact most don’t know that it was the U.S. that created al-Qaeda to begin with. I will post links and videos to show you. But Clinton say’s in her own words we created al-Qaeda and aided the mujahidin in Afganistan to defeat Russia. And we are doing it again. No matter how you paint it, the west has backed terrorists and is continuing to do so. What about the refugee camps from the innocent people who have been fortunate enough to escape? They are freezing and starving. Are we sending aid there? What about the 100’s of thousands of Christians and innocent women and children who have been killed in this. Islamists will unite to meet their goal of world domination, and they will stop at nothing. And yet the west and the church is silent. Here are some links:
      I have more, but here’s the video of Clinton admitting we created al-Qaeda.

      This next video is very telling it is a Syrian Woman who bravely slams Mccain’s foreign policy, and his lunge to aid the rebels and attack Syria.

      We must unite in prayer for the innocent people of Syria and our Brothers and Sisters facing this tribulation for their faith. And ask for God’s mercy on our part in this, whether it be from silence or outward support for evil. Either way God will not hold us blameless. I am so grateful for those here who are spreading the truth and uncovering these horrors. It makes Jesus’ words really ring home ‘Love thy neighbor as thyself.’ And his words of judgment also in Matthew 25 “The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’
      Let’s not remain silent. We are to be the shining light on the hill, let’s let our light shine. I am also praying for these lost who don’t know the Lord, I’m praying for Him to show himself to them so they may see the way. He is a light in the darkness, ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.’

  7. Pastor Ron says:

    Maybe comment on this excerpt: “The main Western-backed rebel alliance, the Free Syrian Army, distanced itself from the five rebel groups named by the HRW as the main perpetrators.

    “Anyone who commits such crimes will not belong to the revolution anymore,” said spokesman Louay Mikdad.

    He said the alliance is not co-operating with extremist groups, and that al-Qaida-linked rebels frequently attack FSA fighters.”

    Read more: http://www.cp24.com/world/human-rights-watch-syrian-rebels-committed-war-crimes-1.1493595#ixzz2nZOkbtaR

    • Chris Turner says:

      Wouldn’t a ‘fair and objective’ media cover all of the events – so that we are not forced to rely on the soundbites of those who have a stake in the war, and more specifically, in downplaying and distancing themselves whether in truth or deception from these events?

  8. And yet millions or billions are still being sent there! Paid killers?

  9. coreena Jensen says:

    My heart hurts and my spirit sickened when I read this. Apparently some are not able to determine basic right from wrong. I would bet we don’t know all what happened and I believe our administration is PAST FEELING, but I will pray for these people being wrongly persecuted unto death.

  10. Annabeth says:

    Pray, my brothers and sisters, pray for them, that they may be strong and God to comfort them. Tears roll down my face when I read this. The world will always hate Christians. I am not surprised nobody reported this.

  11. Cathryn says:

    It would be good for many to read “The Late Great Planet Earth” by Hal Lindsey… so much of prophesy is coming true …

  12. Pastor Azhar kaleem says:

    God will wipe their tears and heal their wounds because they loved him and remained faithful unto their death.

  13. Melanie Stamm says:

    Strong prayers of strength and courage go out to those left behind. And stronger prayers go out to those that have set the world in this direction. Shame on you for your ignorance and intolerance. I am told that I have to be mindful of others and keep my faith quiet so as to not offend others but those very people who tell me this allow this atrocity and many others to go unnoticed.

  14. Danielle says:

    Eye opening and absolutely heart breaking! Praying for my brothers and sisters being persecuted!

  15. […] how about this report, from a religious press source? Yes, it includes doses of anti-mainstream media […]

    • This is not the first time I have read or have learned of cruelty and brutality laid on the lives of Christians. Amen, that we should pray unceasingly for our brothers and sisters who were persecuted because of their faith. Those who suffer for the sake of christ will be blessed and should count it an honor to do so. “Dear Friends, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice that you participate in the suffering of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when His glory is revealed. If you are insulted because of the Name of Christ, you are blessed for the Spirit of glory of God rests on you. If you suffer, it should not be as a murderer or thief or any kind of criminal, or even as a meddler. However, if you suffer as a Christian, do not be ashamed, but praise God that you bear that name.” 1 Peter 4:12-16

  16. […] massacre of Christians in Syria and how the media ignored it. You can read about the post here (Voice of the Persecuted). Everyday our family in Christ in other countries all over the world are being beaten, tortured, […]

  17. Valerie Garding says:

    The Christian religion and people of faith in particular, are under attack as never before. Keep in your mind this truth: the real enemy is not the government or news media, or Syrians. The real enemy is Satan, and he hates us because he hates Christ. Thank God satan has been defeated, and is working on borrowed time. We will endure.

  18. alfonso says:

    i feel bad , united state is a powerfull, so no one can said, to them what to do

  19. I watched this video this morning and it hit me hard. I will let it speak for itself. But it’s time to take a good look at what is going on there. Praying for Syria. Praying for our Brother’s and sister’s in Christ, praying for the innocent people caught in this.

  20. Linda B says:

    Prayers for peace …

  21. Katie123 says:

    And people are boo-hooing about Duck Dynasty. Dear ignorant, THIS is what it’s like to be tortured for your beliefs. THIS is what real Christian hate is. Not because, heaven-forbid, some atheist called you stupid or a family that isn’t yours can’t continue their show. How would you like to get your limbs ripped off and family raped in front of you? Do you have a house? Do you live in daily fear of getting slaughtered because you have a Bible in your house? People need to get outside of the United States and realize what true discrimination is.

    • I hope you realize that the Muslim extremists aren’t living by Muslim principles…they are wolves calling themselves sheep. Most Muslims are peaceful and do not approve of this behaviour, just as most Christians do not support the Westboro Baptist Church

      • Cici says:

        Actually, the Quran commands them to kill Christians. Extremists are the ones who follow it. The peaceful Muslims are not obeying this command (thank goodness :).

    • free2say says:

      We should be boo-hooing about Duck Dynasty because this is where and how it begins. It is a symptom of the persecution that is coming and has started to come even to our own borders. It may seem like a silly thing but soon speaking out as Phil Robertson did will mean more than just a cancelled show. Americans go happily along, whistling their merry tunes and believing that life will always be as it was. But there is a serious evil going on below the surface and the ugly is starting to seep to the top. There has been more persecution of Christianity in the US since this current admin took over than in all the years before. Things like this should be a wake up call but our society has been dumbed down and programmed to let it happen. May Jesus return soon!

    • KatieD says:

      Not only do you bear my name, but you bear my heart! Thank you!

  22. Gordy Hodge says:

    @ Katie 123. Do you agree that it all started Small,? Just like the Robertson case. I say ” Nip it in the Bud ” Here in this country before it gets any worse.

  23. Angela says:

    I wonder how long it will take before America is seeing this happen here. God & Christianity is becoming less tolerated as we speak As for me and my house we WILL serve The Lord. Under any cost or measure. God be with these people. All of them

  24. Anonymous says:

    re: attribution.

  25. Martin says:

    He that lives by the sword shall die by the sword…

  26. Howard Norgaard says:

    When I read of these horrible atrocities I am reminded that Jesus Christ, my Savior, died for the sins of liars, cheaters, and these murderers. That is why he cried out, “My God, why have you forsaken me?” His death was more horrible than we can imagine. Forgiveness is theirs to accept or reject. It is so terribly sad to read of this and try to figure out what we as a nation should be doing. I know that as Christians we should be praying that our leaders and decision-makers will have Godly wisdom.

  27. Istvan Kele says:

    Every land where the USA steps on, followed by death and despair! The day will come when she dies out like the Roman Empire, and people will only know about the USA by studying history!

    • I can’t really say that I disagree with you Istvan, Not all Amercans approve of what the leaders do. And I do disagree to an extent because the values our country was founded on, and I’m speaking of Christian values and God’s word. The word and testimony of Christ will never die. Jesus said in Matthew 24:35 “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will not pass away. The Gospel of Christ will live on forever. And so shall the prayers of the saints.

  28. salguy says:

    So sad this is the first I have become aware of this atrocity, bad news for Christians are experienced everywhere in the world today. I don’t think it will be long before we see things happen here like they did in the pre ww2 German society. Not long at all, the current social feeling is that we should not preach Christ’s gospel except at Christmas and Easter. There are groups in the U.S. devoted to freedom from religion whose goal is to block Christian faith from being openly expressed in the public square. No we will soon be facing open persecution even in this country which has all but silenced the voice of Christ.

  29. Elizabeth Putnam says:

    I know the Master of the Winds ! He will change things ! In Jesus Name

  30. Nessy says:

    Then the dragon became furious with the woman and went off to make war on the rest of her offspring, on those who keep the commandments of God and hold to the testimony of Jesus.

    John, the Apostle

  31. Jessica says:

    I shared this story with my local news media outlets via Facebook as well as Matt Drudge’s website. For anyone else who is willing to share with Drudge, he has a news tip box on the right side of his page toward the bottom. (http://www.drudgereport.com)

    Let’s make the media give attention to this story!

  32. Dave Thrush says:

    Not hearing a lot of Western Pastors speaking up about this either…too busy proclaiming how wealthy you can be as a Christian I guess…

  33. Betty Young says:

    We need to skip over Obama ( he could care less) and go to God. We as Christians also need to repent before the Lord here in the United States. The Word is watered down because most pastors don’t want to offend people with the Word of God because they don’t want to lose members or money. Luke warm

  34. Fadia says:

    Blemish on the world to stand silent in front of what is happening from the massacres in Syria they are a group of barbarians are targeting human beings heritage and history are killing the sons of Christ

  35. Jorge Gomez says:

    Prayers are a powerful weapon

  36. I pray for the peace of the persecuted, and the persecutors. I will not voice hateful words towards them or anyone else who does not choose to believe what I believe. All I can do as an individual is constantly search my own heart for darkness through the Spirit of Truth, root it out and shine forth love for all, not just those of my choosing. I pray for this for everyone but especially for those who are willing to condemn others that they see the true light of God. I pray Acceptance, peace, love and understanding of all of creation.

  37. As I read the comments, I’m saddened that some who profess Christ do not put for the same fervor when others of other faiths are massacred every day. Regardless of faith, people do not deserve to be massacred for what they believe in. Let’s give others (in our words, thoughts and deeds) the same love Christ gives freely to us who believe in him.

  38. Emily H. says:

    There has been a lot of truth spoken in response to this article, especially about the need for prayer for those involved. I would add that prayer for the nations’ leaders is also needed, so that wise and courageous leaders would be appointed to deal with these horrible issues and speak out in defense of the truth.

  39. The crimes the Jihadis are doing not only against Christians, but against all that is different from them, Alaweet, Druz, and others. last week in Adra the Massacre was against the people who works in governmental sector.

  40. hhart07 says:

    Looks like the Pope is shedding some light on the situation going on in Syria, as well as other places, thank God. http://news.yahoo.com/pope-39-christmas-wish-hope-better-world-112320991.html

  41. […] how we here in the free world may support our own while almost completely ignoring articles such as this one, chronicling the massacre of Christians in […]

  42. […] a Christian woman living in war-torn Damascus, Syria with her husband and two young daughters.  Life in Syria for Christians has been incredibly difficult.  Christian churches have been attacked and destroyed. Some Christians have lost everything they […]

  43. Baphamett says:

    All will suffer and yet more will die never knowing why we were given this chance of conscienceness… sad but true. The never ending suffering state of mankind will only end with peace. I follow this peace. Kill as many as you like. You alone will be held responsible.

  44. […] As the turmoil in Syria continues there are sickening details emerging of targeted massacres of Christian communities. As we covered here with Egypt, it’s very rare that this context in provided by the media – Christian communities are literally being exterminated for no other reason than that they are Christian – Largest Massacre of Christians in Syria Ignored – Voice of the persecuted website. […]

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