ICAE Press Release, Not One More Execution, Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani

درخواست معاون دادستان آذربايجان شرقی برای سکينه اعدام بجای سنگسار:اطلاعیه شماره ١٧

درخواست معاون دادستان آذربايجان شرقی برای سکينه اعدام بجای سنگسار

اعتراضات گسترده جهانی ادامه دارد٬ يک طومار اعتراضی به بيش از ۴٥۰ هزار رسيد

[MFI Note: REDOUBLE YOUR LETTER-WRITING EFFORTS!]

طبق خبري که هم اکنون به ما رسیده است٬ حسین نوبخت معاون دادستان تبريز با ارسال نامه اي به مسئولين قوه قضاييه از آنها درخواست کرده است که اجازه دهند٬ سکينه را بجاي سنگسار اعدام کنند. اين خبر به فرزندان سکينه هم اطلاع داده شده و هر دو بسيار نگران هستند.

مسئولین زندان تبريز خواهان اعدام فوری سکينه هستند و اگر اعتراضات جهاني نبود٬ او را تا کنون اعدام کرده بودند. امروز وکيل پرونده مجددا به تهران رفته که اعتراض خود را با مقامات قوه قضائیه درمورد درخواست معاون دادستان تبریز مطرح کند.

دوستان گرامي !

با اعتراضات گسترده میتوان جمهوری اسلامی را وادار به عقب نشینی کرد و این حکومت را از تصمیم جنایتکارانه اش منصرف کرد. اين يک نبرد بزرگ جهاني، یک نبرد بزرگ انسانی براي نجات جان سکينه است و نه فقط برای نجات جان سکینه که برای نجات جان مریم قربان زاده زن حامله منتظر سنگسار، محمدرضا حدادیان نوجوانی که چندسال است در زندان با کابوس اعدام زندگی میکند، زینب جلالیان، آذر باقری نوجوان ١٩ ساله ای که چهار سال است منتظر سنگسار است و دو بار مراسم نمایشی سنگسار را درمورد او اجرا کرده اند و برای نجات دهها و صدها نفر دیگر از اعدام و سنگسار است. این یک مبارزه عمیق انسانی و آزادیخواهانه علیه یک رژیم اسلامی به غایت وحشی، ضد زن و ضد انسان است که زندگی هفتاد میلیون انسان را به گرو گرفته است.

جمهوری اسلامی در مخمصه بزرگی گرفتار شده است. موج اعتراض جهانی، تا همینجا حکومت قاتلان اسلامی را بشدت تحت فشار قرار داده است. باید گسترده تر از قبل اعتراض را ادامه داد. این مبارزه ای است در مقیاس جهانی در همبستگی با مردم ایران برای سرنگونی حکومت قاتلان و جنایتکاران اسلامی و شایسته حمایت گرم همه مردم شریف و انساندوست دنیا است.

کميته بين المللي عليه اعدام

 July 16/2010

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30 thoughts on “درخواست معاون دادستان آذربايجان شرقی برای سکينه اعدام بجای سنگسار:اطلاعیه شماره ١٧

  1. Just stop it!!!!

    Posted by Orhan | July 16, 2010, 7:13 pm
  2. stop murdering her – yes this is murder in the name of law!

    Posted by sarah | July 16, 2010, 11:41 pm
  3. Your counttry is so derogitory towards women,i find this sick,guilty before even look at innocent because its a male Muslim dominated society. Which allows you men to allow unhumane things like this to go on,what hard evidence have you apart from 1 or 2 MANS word,you are so B,C your society! Holiday makers should avoid this place and let yopu lot rot in hell

    Posted by k lee | July 16, 2010, 11:46 pm
    • I think you people are attacking the good guys here… The people who run this website are working for equality and freedom and are publishing things about the murders happening, something the real bad guys are trying to cover up. If you must post random hate mail on the internet and reveal your small minded, generalizing intolerance, which by the way is a very unproductive way to go about helping the poor people who need it the most, do it somewhere that the people who you are insulting actually hold the beliefs which you despise.

      Posted by Heather | August 5, 2010, 3:10 pm
  4. Screw you dirty PIGS. You are all stuck in the 2nd century. Get real and give WOMEN their rights you third world country.

    I have three daughters, and if you were face to face with me, you would end up with my hands would be around your tiny little ass backwards necks.

    LET HER GO. You are not crap, nor your religion.

    Posted by Greg Gamble | July 17, 2010, 2:14 am
  5. stop stonning.

    Posted by lily m | July 17, 2010, 5:12 am
  6. Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am writing to you with an urgent request that you intervene with the authorities in the Islamic Republic of Iran, who are preparing to execute Ms. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani for the alleged act of adultery, a non-crime.

    By stoning or by hanging, it is wrong to execute her. And by standing for Sakineh, I stand for all those threatened by the Islamic Republic’s barbaric use of execution as its primary method of repressing and terrorizing the population in order to stay in power.

    Diplomatic sanctions, including travel bans, freezing of bank accounts, and expulsion from international organizations such as the UN – especially the UN Commission on the Status of Women – must be used to force the Islamic Republic to comply with international law and standards of human rights.

    Sincerely,
    Eran Cohen

    Posted by Eran Cohen | July 17, 2010, 5:20 am
  7. Could someone please either translate to English, or at least post the gist of what is said here? I hear some justice is calling for her immediate hanging now, but can’t find any info, and the news agencies have stopped covering her story. If you can translate to English, I also may know some translators who would be willing to translate to other languages if you would like, let me know. Please, someone let me know what is going on with her. So worried.

    Posted by Allyson Skikas Johnson | July 17, 2010, 6:50 am
  8. It is a most archaic law to stone a woman to death for adultery. Hasn’t your nation even moved one step forward since what? 2000 years ago? What kind of God would be so cruel to torture and end a life because of people’s wrong doings and mistakes. It’s up to every individual how to lead their life. Peace, love and harmony are the order of the day.
    Jesus said “let the man who has no sins cast the first stone”. even if you don’t believe in Jesus as son of God, he was never the less a great spiritual teacher.
    After so many years and centuries I can’t understand why so many women still are suppressed, controlled, tortured, put down. It’s all about fear and fear and ignorance is the enemy of enlightenment.
    How can anyone person or any nation rest easy at night when an innocent is put to death just because she exercising her godgiven right to live and make her own choices and decisions, in other words living her life.

    Posted by Angela | July 17, 2010, 9:07 am
  9. List of Iranian Embassies and Consulates:

    ministro@mne.gov.pt,
    senec@mne.gov.pt,
    pm@pm.gov.pt,
    info@eda.admin.ch,
    npillay@ohchr.org,
    michael.spindelegger@bmeia.gv.at,
    kab.bz@diplobel.fed.be,
    info@mvp.gov.ba,
    iprd@mfa.government.bg,
    ministar@mvpei.hr,
    minforeign1@mfa.gov.cy,
    podatelna@mzv.cz,
    udenrigsministeren@um.dk,
    vminfo@vm.ee,
    umi@formin.fi,
    bernard.kouchner@diplomatie.gouv.fr,
    inform@mfa.gov.ge,
    guido.westerwelle@auswaertiges-amt.de,
    gpapandreou@parliament.gr,
    titkarsag.konz@kum.hu,
    external@utn.stjr.is,
    minister@dfa.ie,
    gabinetto@cert.esteri.it,
    segreteria.frattini@esteri.it,
    mfa.cha@mfa.gov.lv,
    urm@urm.lt,
    tonio.borg@gov.mt,
    secdep@mfa.md,
    m.verhagen@minbuza.nl,
    post@mfa.no,
    DNZPC.Sekretariat@msz.gov.pl,
    ministro@mne.gov.pt
    senec@mne.gov.pt
    pm@pm.gov.pt
    miguel.moratinos@maec.es,
    registrator@foreign.ministry.se,
    info@eda.admin.ch
    urgent-action@ohchr.org,
    iran_team@amnesty.org,
    ambassador@iranianembassy.nl;

    consul@iranianembassy.nl;

    info@iranianembassy.nl,
    ambiran@icc.al.eu.org,
    info@iranembassy.am,
    iranembassycanberra@amil.com,
    iran embassy@chello.at,
    iranemba@azerian.com,
    eiri.bxl@skynnet.be,
    iries2@bih.net.ba,
    iran-emb@pop.netchina.com.cn,
    embajadairan@andinet.com.co,
    emb@cytanet.com.cy,
    iran_emb@post12.tele.dk,
    iran@infinity.com.eg,
    info@iran-embassy.org.uk,
    embassy@kolumbus.fi,
    info@amb-iran.fr,
    irn.botschaft@t-online.de,
    iranemb@caucasus.net,
    IREMBATN@COMPULIK.GR,
    EMBIRAN@NEXTRA.HU,
    IRANEMIN@VSNL.COM,
    IRANEMIN@VSNL.COM,
    irembjakt@indo.or.id,
    IRANEMBASSY@INDIGO.IE,
    REPOIC@HOTAMIL.COM,
    MORTEZAJ@LIBERO.IT,
    SJEI@GOL.COM,
    EMB@GO.COM.JO,
    SEFABISH@AMIL.ELCAT.KG,
    IRANEBASSY@HOTMAIL.COM,
    UTHANT@TM.NET.MY,
    IRIEMB@HOTMAIL.COM,
    EMBASSY.OF.IRAN@XTRA.CO.NZ,
    MGANJIDOOST@IRANCHINA.ORG,
    TOHID@GTO.NET.OM,
    CONSULIR@YAHOO.COM,
    ASRAN@WORLDCALL.NET.PK,
    SEFARATI@PHILONIN,
    EMBIRIQA@QATAR.NET.QA,
    AFHOSSEEINI@PCNET.RO,
    REPOIC@HOTAMIL.COM,
    AMBIIRAN@TELECOMPLUS.SN,
    IRANEMB@HOTAIL.COM,
    IRANEMB@CGA.IK,
    IRAN-EMB@BLUEWIN.CH,
    IRAN-DAM@NET.SY,
    IRAN-EMBASSY@TAGNET.COM,
    IRANEMBASSY_ANKARA@hotmail.com,
    ISROIREF@ONLINE.TM,
    iranembassy@emirates.net.ae,
    iranconsul@emiratesnet.ae,
    IRANEMB@INFOCOM.CO.UG,
    YAALIALI@AOL.COM,
    CHALAC@LIBERO.IT,
    IRIEMB@FPT.VN,
    IRIRANEMB@Y.NET.PK,

    Posted by Andrew Butler | July 17, 2010, 2:14 pm
  10. Dear Sir/Madam,
    I am personally imploring you to cease your imminent plans to execute SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI! Iran is a signatory to the Declaration of Human Rights and, as such, must abide by the laws inscribed therein. These actions are a flagrant violation of these rights and those proscribed in the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
    I realize that Iran is one of a multitude of countries that still practice capital punishment so it is not without respect that I am writing this letter. I also realize that Iran is a player within the global market and global politics and, as such, would like to be seen as a strong contender. That being said, humanity’s historiography is replete with violence – On an individual, state, and international level, it has proved to be so easy for us to kill and main one another. I feel that sometimes the hardest thing to do is to rise above humanity! Wouldn’t it be better if Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY?! This action would speak volumes and would also be a great leap ahead of other countries with whom Iran has had, and continues to have, ideological conflict, such as the US and Canada.
    It seems that this is so much more than ‘an execution,’ rather a form of political protest by Iran to assert it’s might and independence. SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI’S life must NOT be used as such!
    I respect that Iranian culture is singularly disparate from my own and I do not wish to change those facets which make Iran positively distinct and beautiful; neither does, nor should, anybody else. In fact, I could sit down and write a million reasons about why I feel that my own country is not a true democracy, but that is not what this is about right now.
    As far as I am aware, stoning; the punishment for which SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI was originally sentenced, is only employed by those few countries that still practice Shari’ a Law. Standing so vehemently in favour of SAKINEH MOHAMMADI’S EXECUTION makes Iran seem as though it is not a strong State, but rather weak, running on fear, and questioning of its own mores and customs in the face of ever-mounting international pressure. I also realize that all of the protest letters which do nothing more than castigate Iran’s national identity and do not address the matter at hand (the use of Shari’ a Law, stoning, a woman’s rights, and the EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI) do nothing to promote progress with this issue, but rather make Iranian officials stand more firmly behind the imposition of her sentence. However, it is my opinion that the use of Shari’ a Law and it antiquated dictums do make one believe that Iran feels small and mistrustful of its position in our global community and of its own countrymen and women.
    If Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT; the world will WATCH, the world will LISTEN, and the world will further RESPECT Iran. By ENDING CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT, Iran could be a catalyst for great change in the world, and other countries that see Iran as barbaric would be forced to take note.
    I think that this would open so many doors for Iran with respect to world relations; it would garner credibility and facilitate international talks and market trades.
    STOP THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and END CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and the world will SEE! Force US to take positive notice!
    Please, I know you can do this,

    On bended knees,
    Emily Lefebvre

    Posted by Emily Lefebvre | July 17, 2010, 2:51 pm
  11. ya dejen de matar gente pinches trogloditas! STOP KILLING PEOPLE!!!

    Posted by kitty | July 17, 2010, 3:33 pm
  12. Show mercy and humanity. This woman has already been tried twice which is against Islamic law and has already been punished by being beaten 99 times. You have no proof of her guilt but a forced confession which is meaningless.

    Release Sakineh and let her and her son and daughter go peacefully to another country that will accept them. Show the world that an Islamic led government can be merciful.
    NO STONING! NO HANGING! NO MURDER!
    LET SAKINEH GO FREE!

    Posted by Linda D'Artell | July 17, 2010, 5:29 pm
  13. Please do not kill this woman, or any other women in the way of stoning or hanging or any other way.

    Is there any way that this woman can be given over to the United States of America to take Asylum here?

    Please give the United States of America your unwanted, rejected, women.

    Thank you,

    Mrs. Andrea Gay Kearney Kaufman

    and my husband, Mr. Jonathan Albert Kaufman

    Posted by Andrea Gay Kearney Kaufman | July 18, 2010, 3:17 am
  14. It is not okay to extinquish a life. Universal law is very clear and humanity needs to wake up and see the pain and suffering it is causing. I am sure that the country of Iran would like to receive respect and be seen as honourable, therefore it’s government needs to think about the message it is displaying to the world. At present this is not a good one. Wake up Iran. See what is in the best interest of All.

    Posted by jane price | July 18, 2010, 6:29 am
  15. Hi, I suggest you include Turkey Ambassador/Consul in emails. According to AEI, Turkey has huge trade relations with Iran, but wishes EU Membersip. Likely they have some influence.
    turkcons.london@mfa.gov.tr

    Thanx
    Brian

    Posted by BRIAN JONES | July 19, 2010, 4:04 am
  16. Stop stoning NOW! This world is a sick place with things like this happening.

    Posted by Sandra Maejer | July 20, 2010, 2:35 pm
  17. Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am writing to you with an urgent request that you intervene with the authorities in the Islamic Republic of Iran, who are preparing to execute Ms. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani for the alleged act of adultery, a non-crime.

    By stoning or by hanging, it is wrong to execute her. And by standing for Sakineh, I stand for all those threatened by the Islamic Republic’s barbaric use of execution as its primary method of repressing and terrorizing the population in order to stay in power.

    Diplomatic sanctions, including travel bans, freezing of bank accounts, and expulsion from international organizations such as the UN – especially the UN Commission on the Status of Women – must be used to force the Islamic Republic to comply with international law and standards of human rights.

    Sincerely,
    Lizzie Stone

    Posted by Lizzie Stone | July 26, 2010, 1:51 am
  18. Dear Sir/Madam,

    I urge you to reconsider the decision to execute Ms. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani. Clearly she has already been severely punished for a crime that was possibly never commited. I do not pretend to understand your country and culture and do not wish to insult you. I do believe in God however. He sees all. Ultimately, every “crime” will be “punished” to use language familiar to you.

    If the decision to execute this woman goes forward can you not see how far backwards it will also take your country in the eyes of the entire world? Even if not for the sake of sparing a precious God given life, do it for your country’s future and world stability.

    Do not take a precious life. Only the One who gives life has authority to take it.

    Ms G. Odeluga.

    Posted by Gwendoline Odeluga | July 29, 2010, 7:32 pm
  19. Free everyone that is sentenced to be executed male or female. Execution is a repressive and barbaric means of intimidation, fear, and terror. It’s time for your regime to evolve and step out of the shadow of the dark ages.

    Posted by Eric LaPalme | July 31, 2010, 11:01 pm
  20. Don’t go on with this. You are not only violating human rights here (at its maximum level of injustice) but leaving a horrible impression of your country that will remain in the international opinion & memory forever.

    Posted by maika | August 5, 2010, 4:02 pm
  21. Dear Sir/Madam,
    I am personally imploring you to cease your imminent plans to execute SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI! Iran is a signatory to the Declaration of Human Rights and, as such, must abide by the laws inscribed therein. These actions are a flagrant violation of these rights and those proscribed in the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
    I realize that Iran is one of a multitude of countries that still practice capital punishment so it is not without respect that I am writing this letter. I also realize that Iran is a player within the global market and global politics and, as such, would like to be seen as a strong contender. That being said, humanity’s historiography is replete with violence – On an individual, state, and international level, it has proved to be so easy for us to kill and main one another. I feel that sometimes the hardest thing to do is to rise above humanity! Wouldn’t it be better if Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY?! This action would speak volumes and would also be a great leap ahead of other countries with whom Iran has had, and continues to have, ideological conflict, such as the US and Canada.
    It seems that this is so much more than ‘an execution,’ rather a form of political protest by Iran to assert it’s might and independence. SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI’S life must NOT be used as such!
    I respect that Iranian culture is singularly disparate from my own and I do not wish to change those facets which make Iran positively distinct and beautiful; neither does, nor should, anybody else. In fact, I could sit down and write a million reasons about why I feel that my own country is not a true democracy, but that is not what this is about right now.
    As far as I am aware, stoning; the punishment for which SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI was originally sentenced, is only employed by those few countries that still practice Shari’ a Law. Standing so vehemently in favour of SAKINEH MOHAMMADI’S EXECUTION makes Iran seem as though it is not a strong State, but rather weak, running on fear, and questioning of its own mores and customs in the face of ever-mounting international pressure. I also realize that all of the protest letters which do nothing more than castigate Iran’s national identity and do not address the matter at hand (the use of Shari’ a Law, stoning, a woman’s rights, and the EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI) do nothing to promote progress with this issue, but rather make Iranian officials stand more firmly behind the imposition of her sentence. However, it is my opinion that the use of Shari’ a Law and it antiquated dictums do make one believe that Iran feels small and mistrustful of its position in our global community and of its own countrymen and women.
    If Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT; the world will WATCH, the world will LISTEN, and the world will further RESPECT Iran. By ENDING CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT, Iran could be a catalyst for great change in the world, and other countries that see Iran as barbaric would be forced to take note.
    I think that this would open so many doors for Iran with respect to world relations; it would garner credibility and facilitate international talks and market trades.
    STOP THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and END CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and the world will SEE! Force US to take positive notice!
    Please, I know you can do this,

    On bended knees,

    traci woods

    Posted by traci | August 5, 2010, 4:28 pm
  22. Dear Sir/Madam,
    I am personally imploring you to cease your imminent plans to execute SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI! Iran is a signatory to the Declaration of Human Rights and, as such, must abide by the laws inscribed therein. These actions are a flagrant violation of these rights and those proscribed in the Geneva Conventions of 1949.
    I realize that Iran is one of a multitude of countries that still practice capital punishment so it is not without respect that I am writing this letter. I also realize that Iran is a player within the global market and global politics and, as such, would like to be seen as a strong contender. That being said, humanity’s historiography is replete with violence – On an individual, state, and international level, it has proved to be so easy for us to kill and main one another. I feel that sometimes the hardest thing to do is to rise above humanity! Wouldn’t it be better if Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPITAL PUNISHMENT COMPLETELY AND ENTIRELY?! This action would speak volumes and would also be a great leap ahead of other countries with whom Iran has had, and continues to have, ideological conflict, such as the US and Canada.
    It seems that this is so much more than ‘an execution,’ rather a form of political protest by Iran to assert it’s might and independence. SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI’S life must NOT be used as such!
    I respect that Iranian culture is singularly disparate from my own and I do not wish to change those facets which make Iran positively distinct and beautiful; neither does, nor should, anybody else. In fact, I could sit down and write a million reasons about why I feel that my own country is not a true democracy, but that is not what this is about right now.
    As far as I am aware, stoning; the punishment for which SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI was originally sentenced, is only employed by those few countries that still practice Shari’ a Law. Standing so vehemently in favour of SAKINEH MOHAMMADI’S EXECUTION makes Iran seem as though it is not a strong State, but rather weak, running on fear, and questioning of its own mores and customs in the face of ever-mounting international pressure. I also realize that all of the protest letters which do nothing more than castigate Iran’s national identity and do not address the matter at hand (the use of Shari’ a Law, stoning, a woman’s rights, and the EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI) do nothing to promote progress with this issue, but rather make Iranian officials stand more firmly behind the imposition of her sentence. However, it is my opinion that the use of Shari’ a Law and it antiquated dictums do make one believe that Iran feels small and mistrustful of its position in our global community and of its own countrymen and women.
    If Iran STOPS THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and ENDS CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT; the world will WATCH, the world will LISTEN, and the world will further RESPECT Iran. By ENDING CAPTIAL PUNISHMENT, Iran could be a catalyst for great change in the world, and other countries that see Iran as barbaric would be forced to take note.
    I think that this would open so many doors for Iran with respect to world relations; it would garner credibility and facilitate international talks and market trades.
    STOP THE EXECUTION OF SAKINEH MOHAMMADI ASHTIANI and END CAPITAL PUNISHMENT and the world will SEE! Force US to take positive notice!
    Please, I know you can do this,

    On bended knees,

    Posted by traci | August 5, 2010, 4:32 pm
  23. Please don´t treat women as inferior. God created men and women to complement, to give love. Love generates love. Hate generates hate. Why don’t you start changing our world? GIVE LOVE AND YOU’LL RECEIVE LOVE.
    This is a terrible injustice just because she was born woman in a country where they don’t deserve women, they don’t know how to treat them.
    How many other women do they have in their prissons just because they don’t have resources to defend themselves? Voice to shout all the injustices the suffer? Please everybody! If we all join in this cause and pray for them, we can do much. He will listen to our prayers.

    Posted by GIZZIIL | August 5, 2010, 4:44 pm
  24. Please what of the person this woman committed this crime with?.One thing for sure is this;those who will venture to execute her for no reason must never go scot free.

    Posted by Capt Oja | August 16, 2010, 9:41 am
  25. Thou shall not kill so,this woman deserve no death sentence or even prison sentence for enjoyng herself,if she committed any crime of this nature then,that suppose to be between her and the LORD ALIMIGHTY and not government or religious authority.

    Posted by Capt Oja | August 16, 2010, 10:23 am

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