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Letter to Gen Kayani

By AA Khalid

“Perverse times have come,
I know the mystery of the beloved
crows have begun to hunt hawks,
and sparrows feed on falcons
horses bear the whipping,
while donkeys graze on lush green
no love is lost between relatives,
be they younger or elder uncles
There is no accord between fathers and sons,
Nor any between mothers and daughters
The truthful ones are being pushed about,
the tricksters are seated close by
The front liners have become wretched,
the back benchers sit on carpets
Those in tatters have turned into kings,
the kings have taken to begging
O Bulleh, that which is His command
who can alter His decree.”

(Bulleh Shah)


Dear Mr Kayani,

The great Pakistani Army, one of the largest armies in the world which consumes the wealth of this nation more than any other sector has consistently failed in its existence and history. The Pakistani Army has never won a war and has lost wars, territory and committed the most obscene of human rights violations that one can conceive of. It has dragged the name of God and His Prophet (PBUH) through mud and is now dragging this country towards the path of sheer destruction.

When half the country was lost in 1971 your beloved institution doubled military spending and ‘’capability’’. Under the rhetoric of honour and faith, by constructing such perverse falsities your beloved institution has entrenched itself into the very heart of this nation and by God it is a rotting heart. Lies and deception – that it seems is your way of communication.

This Army has spent more time embarking on audacious social engineering (for which we pay the greatest of prices today) through the so –called ‘’Islamization’’ programme or renting the country to foreign powers (for the right price of course and for that we commend your fantastic sense of economic acumen), butchering your own citizens (The Baluchis are enemies in their own homeland and have been pushed to desperation), consolidating your financial and economic power (once again I commend your entrepreneurial spirit in turning the Army into quite a profitable venture, after all war is good business) and of course making wise political decisions from behind the scenes. I trust your frequent meetings with political leaders are only in the ‘’interest of the nation’’, and that you only ‘’advise’’ rather than directly intervene, but then again you must be busy by giving the likes of Mullah Omar a sample of this Army’s fine traditions of hospitality and security. As for that terrorist Osama Bin Laden – I think the less that is said about that matter the better it is for you, wouldn’t you agree Mr Kayani?

But enough of your and this great military’s achievements Mr Kayani. Your Army is unquestionably the defining institution of this country. Mr. Kayani I commend you on your fantastic grip on power – it almost echoes the majesty and strength of Pharaohs of old. No accountability, no transparency, no questions and no scrutiny – people are wasting their time crying out for the Army to change its ways because Mr Kayani you have no incentive to do so. There is no ”civilian-military” balance, because let us be frank Mr Kayani it is you who calls the shots and which is why the children of this country remain illiterate, starve and suffer from poverty when money that should go towards education and health goes towards missles and other ingenious devices of death and destruction. You only know who to destroy but have no idea how to build. (Apologies, you know how to build for yourself and for other Generals of this fine Army – that is why this Army reserves for itself the finest hospitals, schools and institutions in this country). Pakistan is not a nation with an army, it is unfortunately an army with a nation.

But Mr Kayani please do not talk of ‘’honour before prosperity’’, because it is clear that you and your fellow Generals have pursued profit, prosperity and possessions forgetting all honour. May I ask, if it does not offend your military sensibilities (I know asking questions is taboo in this Army of yours) as to how large your assets are? May I ask how much tax you pay? May I ask where you got your assets from? May I ask how many Generals there are in your Army? May I ask why do we need so many Generals? May I ask why you believe the Army is beyond the constitution, beyond accountability and by the account of your actions beyond God? May I ask why it is that you still feel to go against the Constitution of this country and to overstep your boundaries as a mere military man? May I ask of the nature and acquisition of the wealth that the Generals of this fine Army have amassed?

I hope you will agree when I say, ”Thank God for Wikileaks!”.

How come there have been severe security lapses in this country when this nation gives most of its wealth at your service? May the citizens of this country be so bold as to ask how you spend this money? May the citizens of this country may be so bold as to ask about the total wealth of the Army and how it lives in palatial luxury while the people of this country suffer under iniquity and hardship? Why do you consistently fail – is it out incompetence or complicity?

Let us put aside talk of honour Mr Kayani. Let us speak of justice – and when we speak of justice let us be candid. Let me direct you to the pages of the Quran (I am aware that being a busy man such as yourself you do not have time to read this book even though your Army claims to be a custodian and guardian of its principles).

In the Quran we read that even God does not will injustice for his creature (3:109), so how can you be as so bold to cast aside justice? Why do you and the other esteemed Generals of this country cast aside the commandment of God in the Noble Quran:

God commands you [people] to return things entrusted to you to their rightful owners, and, if you judge between people, to do so with justice : God’s instructions to you are excellent, for He hears and sees everything. (4-58-59)

When do you plan on giving this nation back to its people? When do you plan on returning the trust and patience of the Pakistani people back to them? When do you plan to help in alleviating the oppression and hardship facing these people? You speak of not sacrificing honour before prosperity. There are millions in our country starving and struggling for dignity yet you insult their intelligence (but since when did you Generals consider us ‘’civilian’’ as your equals) by talking of honour. Millions live in the cruel hell of poverty and all you have to say about their suffering is that ”honour should come before prosperity”?

Mr Kayani, if I may be so bold as to ask you to say that to a starving man struggling to feed his family, provide for his children in the slums of Karachi or Lahore with a straight face and true heart? I understand this may be impossible for you to do so hence I advise you not to make such statements of hypocrisy. Our Quran and Prophet PBUH have warned against hypocrisy.

Consider this verse Mr Kayani:

‘’ You who believe, uphold justice and bear witness to God, even if it is against yourselves, your parents, or your close relatives. Whether the person is rich or poor, God can best take care of both. Refrain from following your own desire, so that you can act justly– if you distort or neglect justice, God is fully aware of what you do.’’ (4:135)

I leave you to mull over these words of wisdom and ask if you could be as bold to conquer your own Ego. The Prophet PBUH stressed that conquering one’s Ego was the greater jihad (it means to struggle not violence). But of course Mr Kayani if you can live with yourself on this accord then please do not pretend to adhere to Islamic teachings, or any other sort of moral code for that matter. Don’t insult our intelligence Mr Kayani – don’t pretend to be the fountainhead of reason because reason is not your forte – but then again Mr Kayani given the events of recent days it seems even military strategy is not your forte.

But let us pursue this question of justice and ask why the Army has forsaken it in pursuit of hatred and prejudice. Your beloved Army has been fed on and feeds others on a diet of perpetual hatred, conspiracy and prejudice which has clouded any hope for justice. The Quran warns us not to let prejudice get in the way of justice but it seems that your Army’s desire for propaganda against our neighbours particularly the Indians has blinded you to the course of justice.

You who believe, be steadfast in your devotion to God and bear witness impartially: do not let hatred of others lead you away from justice, but adhere to justice, for that is closer to awareness of God. Be mindful of God: God is well aware of all that you do. (5:8-9)

May I ask why you have gone against the very commandment of God:

God commands justice (16:90)

Why do you speak of honour, pride and other such frenzies of the Ego whilst forsaking justice?

Your Army’s consistent distortion of truth about this nation’s history are doomed to fail since whenever there is a free and open competition between truth and falsehood, truth prevails. Your falsehoods prevail only because you enforce them at a point of a gun– because coercion and truth are as far apart as the Quran is from the Devil. But even then you do not confront those brave enough to speak out – rather they seem to disappear mysteriously. This form of cowardice is low even for fine Generals such as yourself – unable to reason with the truth you resort to tools of fear, torture and murder. To this day our ”free” media hesitates in questioning your authority – once again congratulations.

Your power inspires fear and loathing – do not mistake the respect that you receive from the people today as something genuine and heartfelt because when you leave and one only has to read history Mr Kayani to know the fate of tyrants, you will be shown as much dignity as you have shown to your fellow countrymen. You will be shown as much dignity as you have shown to our Balochi citizens.

But Mr Kayani your Army’s dealings with the Arab monarchs too are disgusting. We understand that the Army of the nation rules with an iron fist over Pakistanis but why must you lend your support to oppressing the Arab peoples aswell? The Saudis I understand came rushing to your door when the Arab Spring began for ‘’support’’ – I trust you obliged them (for the right fee of course). Is this what I take to be the international achievements of the Pakistan Army – lending support to tyrants at home and abroad? Your Machiavellian dealings with the US and West have been impressive but more impressive is your wilful acceptance of Arab petro-dollars in producing the terrorists of tomorrow in our own homeland. But of course for the right price I can understand how the small matter of Pakistani lives (especially the soldiers of this Army which you must regard as expendable in your quest for power) becomes irrelevant.

Your achievements Mr Kayani apart from your financial dealings number greatly. Extra-judicial killings, torture, beatings and a whole host of other human rights violations. Add to this your consistent manipulation of the democratic process and then to conveniently put the blame squarely on the so called ‘’independent’’ civilian leaders.

A master of deception, a connoisseur of torture, an operator in dishonesty, the high priest of corruption and the all-powerful Pharaoh of Pakistan. Mr Kayani, I must congratulate you but you must not be modest.

You were after all Mr Musharraf’s right hand man, and before attaining the rank of Pharaoh you were his Bulldog. In that glorious reign aswell you excelled yourself as the ruthless enforcer of Musharraf’s Will.

But silence is the shield that you use Mr Kayani. In fact, it is unfair to say that you have not learnt from your predecessor’s fate. You content yourself with action but little rhetoric. Staying behind the scenes away from the scrutiny of the public you deploy your pieces on this most treacherous of chessboards.

This Army of yours Mr Kayani has made this once lush land of hope, compassion and mercy into a harsh desert of violence and injustice. Oppression has conquered this land and you have prepared its path willingly. We pray to God for compassion and for the rains of peace and integrity to once again renew the Quaid’s promise for a Pakistan where not perverse fantasies of ‘’honour’’ but justice is given precedence. This Army I understand is made up of some good men and women of integrity, courage and dignity but those who run it are bereft of these qualities. You send young Pakistanis to their death whilst playing politics behind closed doors. You send young Pakistanis into battle whilst preaching dishonesty from the mighty pulpit of military power. Leadership is a powerful burden Mr Kayani, and with it carries the dangers of tyranny. Civilians and soldiers alike have suffered under the reign of you and your Generals.

Remember the words of the Caliph Ali RA (in his letter to Maalik al-Ashtar):

‘’Take care never to think of bringing yourself at par with Allah, never to think of matching your power with Him and contesting His Glory and ever to pretend that you possess might and power like Him because the Mighty Lord will always humble pitiless tyrants and will degrade all pretenders of His Power and Might.’’

‘’And whoever tyrannizes and oppresses the creatures of Allah, will earn enmity of Allah along with the hatred of those whom he has oppressed; and whoever earns the Wrath of Allah loses all chances of salvation and he has no excuse to offer on the Day of Judgement.

Every tyrant and oppressor is an enemy of Allah unless he repents and gives up oppression. Remember…that there is nothing in this world more effective to turn His Blessings into His Wrath quicker than to insist upon oppression over His creatures because the Merciful Allah will always hear the prayers of those who have been oppressed and He will give no chance to oppressors.’’

And perhaps this is a grave warning from the Caliph RA to leaders such as you:

‘’If on account of your strict measures people get suspicious of your behaving like a tyrant and oppressor, then come out openly before them and explain to them the reasons of your actions and let them see the facts for themselves and realize the truth. This will give training to your mind, will be an act of kindness to the subjects and the confidence thus reposed in them will make them support justice and truth while you will achieve the end you have in view of obtaining their support in the cause of truth.’’

And it is on this note of enduring wisdom I end this letter.

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24 Responses to "Letter to Gen Kayani"

  1. amaar United States Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    a very good article; thundering with moral indignation!

    army must reform itself

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  3. sikandar United States Safari Mac OS says:

    A Good attempt to use the good book against the righteous
    but won’t work against elites.
    Not even the US can reform pentagon because
    of their tentacles in every congressional districts.
    Army’s constituents are US, China, KSA.
    unless that is broken rest is just empty words.
    You need to have merchants use their economic power
    against the king except you are going against major economic powers. and the populous is against you or silent.
    Plus the other side will just use violence against you.

  4. wonderer India Internet Explorer Windows says:

    It is indeed heartening to find as courageous and bold a person as AA Khalid writing here. It is a very good omen for Pakistan’s future.
    I salute you Mr. Khalid, and pray Allah will protect you. I do hope the General will respond.
    Here is another disquieting story about Pakistan’s Army I read today:
    http://www.dawn.com/2011/05/26/civil-military-tensions-over-us-funding-for-army.html

  5. Maleeha Khan Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    good! thumbs up!

  6. A Shaikh United Kingdom Internet Explorer Windows says:

    @AAKhalid
    well done! please provide the original punjabi reference to Bullah Shah poem.

  7. Muhammad Hassan Miraj Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    The Plague of generalization rarely escapes men with with reason, unfortunately. While, the whipping boy is definitely an organization notorious for outgrowing its constitutional parameters but all is not that gloomy. You are free to comment on Mr Kiani and take stock of events because its your money which is the lifeline but I request you to take a look at fine men like Yasir Abbas and many more who lost their lives to some frankenstienish ideology.
    Just a Request, nothing more

  8. AA Khalid United Kingdom Internet Explorer Windows says:

    @ Muhammad Hassan Miraj

    I have already said in the letter above:

    ”This Army I understand is made up of some good men and women of integrity, courage and dignity but those who run it are bereft of these qualities. You send young Pakistanis to their death whilst playing politics behind closed doors. You send young Pakistanis into battle whilst preaching dishonesty from the mighty pulpit of military power.”

    The Army has always thought itself beyond the Constitution and beyond accountability.

  9. AA Khalid United Kingdom Internet Explorer Windows says:

    What is really disgusting is how pro-military actors and those within the Army wishing to consolidate their power use the bravery of Pakistani soldiers to emotionally blackmail the public.

    The Generals and their defenders in the media have now resorted to this tactic of constructing a powerful narrative of patriotism and sacrafice (and by hijacking the sacrafice of soldiers they present themselves as the only ones deserving to rule) to stop all forms of dissent.

    The bravery, courage and martyrdom of soldiers like Yasir Abbas is an example of character. But by God we should not let the Generals and the pro-miltiary establishment manipulate such acts of bravery to consolidate their own power.

    There are still people who are using these tragic events to make the case that the budget for the military should be beyond scrutiny. These Generals and others who support them should be ashamed of themselves of hiding behind the brave actions of young soldiers like Yasir Abbas just so they can evade scrutiny and accountability.

  10. Zia Ahmad Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    Mr Khalid,
    You have nailed it. The post should be translated in Urdu and spread far and wide.

  11. Feroz Khan Canada Internet Explorer Windows says:

    @ AA Khalid

    A very painful cry of the heart that will probably never be read by general Kayani or pondered upon the generals of the Pakistani army. This article will be ignored by the merchants of the mainstream thoughts – the media – not because it is asking for an accountibility, but because they have no wish to held accountable and do not care for the sentiments expressed in this article.

    All I can say is that there is a slim chance that Kayani will be informed of this article because there are a few Pakistani generals, serving and retired, who follow PTH along with a few Pakistani journalists.

    Khalid sahib, I will forward this article to some one, who was the batch mate of Kayani at Kakul and may be he can email it to the general.

    ciao

  12. KMR Overseas Egypt Internet Explorer Windows says:

    A powerful letter indeed to the commander who is busy dancing inside of a sinking ship.

  13. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    A very powerful article! Mr Khalid, however, forgot to imagine himself in Gen. Kyani’s position. Let me do it for him and imagine that Gen. Kyani is even willing to respond, in few words- Generals and military usualy do not give long lectures.

    I am a military man trained to follow orders of the superior. I have received training in military strategies to be used in the battle ground, as well as knowledge of administration and well being of the soldiers. We place great emphasis on discipline and moral of the armed forces. We were never trained to comprehend political spectrum or diplomatic games By the way during my last visit to USA General Collin Powel fully agreed with my position. American military elites are also in the same league.

    I understand your grievences and the Nation’s dilemma,besides, Pakistan is not a Nation as you stated, it is a country and we have not yet become a cohesive Nation. All these Baluchis and Pashtoon tribesmen are giving u problems, they even speak strange languages. Former Gen. Musharaf had plans to handover Baluchis to Iran and taliban land to Afghanistan. his plan was to swap kashmir with India against a larger part of Punjab. Of course without taking over the sikh population. Mr Manmohan Singh did indicate to him that Sikhs would be very happy to settle down in Kashmir.
    Is it the function of the military to govern the country? Certainly not! It is the function of the politicians to form a consensus, establish and follow the constitution, have the independent judiciary. Unfortunately Pakistan since its creation have never been in a position to come up with visionary political figures, some came from India but were cut down by conspiracies. And than one fine morning ,we were asked to suppress the crowd of citizens who were rioting aginst the Govt.

    The young army officers under Gen. Ayub Khan refused to use military force against the civil population and it was agreed that no civilian leader has the right to govern and administer the country affairs under martial law. Army do have administration experience, and this is what the good old Ayub Khan did to depose the civilian chief and bring calm into the country. It took him sometime and finaly Mr Bhutto came forward to run the Govt. The fact that since then Mr Bhutto and his family are the only political figures who have been messing around with the country and during intervals the military had to intervene to sort out the mess and this almost became the routine.I am sure you now the details .

    The worst sceniorio came about when my mentor former Gen. Musharaf became nasty and for mere personal gains, resisted the legaly elected civilian Govt. of Mr Nawaz Sharif and created unnecessary emergency situation and got army involved in the civilian Govt. He pretended to act like a clever politician and even formed his own muslim league. He was of the opinion that all political parties should have muslim or Islam in the name. He was playing with the idea of a single party system for the Govt. but then he changed his mind.
    Now we have full blown up emergency, Pakistan talibans are confronting us since our adventure in Swat and in the tribal territory, Afghan talibans because of our great allies battles in Afghanistan and American talibans who are now operating in the whole of Pakistan. Why on earth you want to blame us for something which is the sole responsibility of the civilian administration. Do you with all honesty believe that Mr Zardari and Mr Gillani are the right choices for running Pakistan? Does the army control housing construction and have control over civilin people who buid them? We have informed the idiot Americans that unlike FBI, CIA etc. our civilians are not subject to I spying on them. Besides, how could we separate Bin Laden from most of the army people now? They are all bloody lazy and have no interest to shave, and claim to be following the Islamic tradition. Or do you reckon army should now run DNA trained units with mobile laboratories. Intelligence units were created for the inter services and now they have taken over the responsibility for the whole country. We believe that Pakistan needs a CIA equivalent with a civilian head and not rely entiely on the ISI. What we have done so far is to make army self sufficient financed by the services we provide to the international community. Is it not something?

    Now what was your complaint? I do not have the time now to read full details of your post now. Incidently, you should be addressing the civilian leaders of the country to whom we report and as long as I am the head of the army, not very ling though, I shall keep army out of politics! Reform suggestions could be forwarded by us but the approval must come from the civilian leaders. One proposal would be to nationalise the entire services, Chinese could advise us on this, the British system does not have the clue about it. The word surrender is a taboo, whereas, it is a regular feature in the anglo saxon armies! We would not recoomend special units to monitor and control the army, but a political oversight is definitely needed to monitor the treatment of soldiers and their officers performance.

    Mr Khalid, I have no intention to be sarcastic but thought to imagine the kind of response Gen Kyani or any other General would give. May I suggest that you send a copy of your post send directly as well to see if he is going to respond by post?
    Rex Minor

  14. Heavy_Petting United States Google Chrome Windows says:

    “Does the army control housing construction and have control over civilin people who buid them? We have informed the idiot Americans that unlike FBI, CIA etc. our civilians are not subject to I spying on them. Besides, how could we separate Bin Laden from most of the army people now? They are all bloody lazy and have no interest to shave, and claim to be following the Islamic tradition. Or do you reckon army should now run DNA trained units with mobile laboratories. Intelligence units were created for the inter services and now they have taken over the responsibility for the whole country. We believe that Pakistan needs a CIA equivalent with a civilian head and not rely entiely on the ISI. What we have done so far is to make army self sufficient financed by the services we provide to the international community. Is it not something?”

    I can only hope that General Kayani is not (yet) as deranged as Rex Minor.

  15. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    After reading Heavy_petting’s comments, I get the mpression that General Kyani would rather prefer to resign than stating the truth. I reckon Mr Khalid should better have a talk with him!

    Rex Minor

  16. hiob Germany Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    Analyse muslim armies since 1400 years ago the times of M.
    They were all wealth- and land-greedy women distributers.
    What’s new about that.
    what else do you expect from the “glorious” ghazis of the pak army?

    And they have many civilians to bootlick them.

  17. Mehnat Ker Hasad Na Ker Pakistan Google Chrome Windows says:

    @ Mr Minor
    “We were never trained to comprehend political spectrum or diplomatic games By the way during my last visit to USA General Collin Powel fully agreed with my position. American military elites are also in the same league.”

    Mr. Minor,
    Your eloquent response on behalf of General Kyani is surreal in its own right. But what is up with the casually contrived Colin Powell reference?

    Is it a banal exercise in dropping names or worse what we commonly know as showing off? Or is it something we lowly civilians have no comprehension of?

  18. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    @Mr ker Hasad Na Ker

    This simply tells the Pakistani readersas to what sort of a fool was left to administer the Pakistan once elite army after forced departure of the magician Musharaf. I cannot imagine that Gen Kyani met the former American General(who lied to the world body about Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction) in his visit to the USA to offer condolences for the illness, if not to convince him to tell the USA president that he is loyaly following the orders of Mr Zardari, the head of the civilian Govt. Let Gen Kyani explain to Mr Khalid of his meetings with former General Kyani.

    Rex Minor

    As a foot note German Defense Minister has publicly announced last week that in the future German military should be prepared as intervention army for carrying out missions in Somalia and Pakistan.end of quote.

  19. Rao Canada Internet Explorer Windows says:

    What use is it in writing a letter to the general? He won’t listen anyway.

  20. Javed Shah United Kingdom Mozilla Firefox Linux says:

    My Answer for everything is 1st Revolution in our life and then for Pakistan.
    Our System Should be
    1) Put the Islamic Law rather then British Law. Proper Islamic “Not Extreme either way” (Extreme By Molvies ” Clerks”) or (Extreme by Westernisation) The Proper Islam as explain in the article.
    2) Bring Holy Quran as the way of life not Ready Made 1974 Constitution.

    3) Stand and Unite as 1 Nation Against the injustice of Pakistan Army, Politicians, Bureaucracy and those who are Corrupt by Moral or Money.

    If you think that my suggestions are right then why not to be Unite. I can see you all guys are well Intelligent and have great sense than other Pakistanis. Just try to put Actions in our words. We can try then its up to Allah because he can give us Success, if our intention is Clear and sincere i am 100% Allah will give us success.

    Regards
    Syed Javed Shah

  21. Javed Shah United Kingdom Mozilla Firefox Linux says:

    My Answer for everything is 1st Revolution in our life and then for Pakistan.
    Our System Should be
    1) Put the Islamic Law rather then British Law. Proper Islamic “Not Extreme either way” (Extreme By Molvies ” Clerks”) or (Extreme by Westernisation) The Proper Islam as explain in the article.
    2) Bring Holy Quran as the way of life not Ready Made 1974 Constitution.

    3) Stand and Unite as 1 Nation Against the injustice of Pakistan Army, Politicians, Bureaucracy and those who are Corrupt by Moral or Money.

    If you think that my suggestions are right then why not to be Unite. I can see you all guys are well Intelligent and have great sense than other Pakistanis. Just try to put Actions in our words. We can try then its up to Allah because he can give us Success, if our intention is Clear and sincere i am 100% sure Allah will give us success.

    Regards
    Syed Javed Shah

  22. rex minor Germany Google Chrome Windows says:

    Sorry for the outside intrusion;What are the Islamic laws? Hope that death sentence and depriving people of their limbs are not regarded as Islamic laws. Reforms in Army, education and judiciary should be the initial tasks to decolonise the Govt. systems, before planting any so called Islamic laws.

    Rex Minor

  23. Abdullah Pakistan Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    this article has many facts but presents a very biased one sided view. unfortunately people like the writer embark upon their quest to give vent to their emotions without a fair and true grasp of the bigger picture.

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