Israel’s Netanyahu calls for ‘the world to unite to defeat Hamas as it defeated ISIS and


Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today called for ‘the world to unite to defeat Hamas as it defeated ISIS and the Nazis’ and warned Iran and Tehran-backed terror group Hezbollah ‘not to test us’. 

Netanyahu warned Hezbollah terrorists in Lebanon and their Iranian backers that they will pay a ‘high price’ if they enter the conflict and join Hamas in its war against Israel.

Hezbollah terrorists have vowed to ‘respond’ to any move by Israel to invade Gaza with the group’s chief saying they are ‘fully prepared’ to fight alongside Hamas, raising already heightened fears of an all-out conflict.

And with Hezbollah continuing to fire rockets from the north and amid fears of reprisals over its imminent invasion of the Gaza Strip, Israel today evacuated civilians living in villages within 1.2 miles of the Israeli-Lebanese border. 

Residents of the 28 villages and settlements close to the Lebanese border will BE put up in guesthouses in the centre of Israel that are considered safer – though Hezbollah’s huge arsenal of rockets can strike any target in the country including the main city Tel Aviv.

But Netanyahu this afternoon warned Iran and Hezbollah not ‘to test us’ in the north, while the IDF threatened to ‘destroy’ Lebanon if the terror group joined the war.

‘Don’t test us in the north. Don’t make the mistake of the past. Today, the price you will pay will be far heavier,’ Netanyahu threatened Hezbollah and Iran, referring to Israel’s 2006 war with terror group.

An Israeli soldier flashes a V-sign from an armoured personnel carrier (APC) convoy as they head towards the Gaza Strip border in southern Israel on Monday

An Israeli soldier flashes a V-sign from an armoured personnel carrier (APC) convoy as they head towards the Gaza Strip border in southern Israel on Monday

Palestinians wounded in Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip arrive at a hospital in Khan Younis on Monday

Palestinians wounded in Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip arrive at a hospital in Khan Younis on Monday 

Palestinians with dual nationalities wait to cross the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians with dual nationalities wait to cross the Rafah border crossing with Egypt, southern Gaza Strip on Monday 

Israeli soldiers get ready to patrol along a road near the border between Israel and Lebanon, in Israel, on Monday

Israeli soldiers get ready to patrol along a road near the border between Israel and Lebanon, in Israel, on Monday

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today called for 'the world to unite to defeat Hamas as it defeated ISIS and the Nazis' and warned Iran and Tehran-backed terror group Hezbollah 'not to test us'

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu today called for ‘the world to unite to defeat Hamas as it defeated ISIS and the Nazis’ and warned Iran and Tehran-backed terror group Hezbollah ‘not to test us’

The Israeli Prime Minister also urged the world to ‘unite to defeat Hamas’ as nations had done against the Nazis and ISIS, while decrying the terror group as a ‘new version of Nazism’. 

Netanyahu told the Israeli Knesset, Netanyahu said: ‘Now, many around the world understand who Israel is facing. They comprehend that Hamas represents a new version of Nazism. Just as the world united to defeat the Nazis and Isis, so it must unite to defeat Hamas.’ 

His call for a united global front against Hamas comes after Netanyahu warned Israel was ‘approaching a fateful hour’ with more than 400,000 Israeli soldiers now gearing up for a battle in Gaza that will see street-fighting erupt in the tiny 25-mile long enclave.

More than one million people have now fled their homes in northern Gaza in scenes of chaos and despair in a desperate attempt to escape Israel’s imminent invasion and continued aerial bombardment of the Hamas-ruled territory.

But the United Nations has warned that a ‘spectre of death’ looms over Gaza where millions are stranded amid Israel’s total siege that is blocking food, water, medicine and fuel from reaching the enclave. 

The enclave’s food and water supplies are running dangerously low, and its hospitals are warning that they are on the verge of collapse, with medics saying health centres are quickly turning into morgues. The UN relief and works agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA) also warned ‘there are not enough body bags for the dead in Gaza’.

Israel declared war on Hamas terrorists on Sunday – a day after waves of its gunmen broke through the border and massacred 1,300 Israelis including women and children. Some 199 hostages are currently being held in Gaza – higher than previous estimates of 150, the Israeli military said today. 

In the days since, Israel has launched a relentless barrage of airstrikes that have obliterated entire neighbourhoods in Gaza and killed 2,750 Palestinians and wounded 9,600 more civilians. The UN said today that 47 entire families, amounting to around 500 people, have been wiped out in Israel’s bombing campaign. 

But undeterred by the comments of human rights observers over recent days, Netanyahu said preparations were being made around the clock to launch the ground offensive, with nearly 400,000 soldiers gearing up for battle in Gaza.

He said menacingly: ‘They are ready to take action to defeat the bloodthirsty monsters who have risen against us to destroy us. Hamas thought that we would come apart – we will demolish Hamas.’

The Israeli military’s rules of engagement have reportedly been ‘loosened’ for the land, air and sea attack to allow fewer checks before shooting.

Israeli forces, supported by a growing deployment of U.S. warships in the region and the call-up of some 360,000 reservists, positioned themselves along Gaza’s border and drilled for what Israel said would be a broad campaign to dismantle the terror group. 

But much of Hamas’ military infrastructure is concealed in urban areas, where street-by-street fighting would likely cause mounting casualties on both sides if Israel invades with a ground offensive. 

Palestinians, including people wounded in Israeli strikes, arrive in a truck, at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Monday

Palestinians, including people wounded in Israeli strikes, arrive in a truck, at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Monday

Palestinian relatives wait to collect bodies wrapped in funeral shrouds with their names written for identification, at a hospital following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinian relatives wait to collect bodies wrapped in funeral shrouds with their names written for identification, at a hospital following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

A wounded donkey sits near houses and buildings destroyed in Israeli strikes, in Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip on October 11

A wounded donkey sits near houses and buildings destroyed in Israeli strikes, in Jabalia in the northern Gaza Strip on October 11 

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza, amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza, amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

An injured Palestinian baby is carried to the Naseer Hospital after Israeli airstrike as Israeli attacks continue on the 10th day in Khan Yunis, Gaza Strip on Monday

An injured Palestinian baby is carried to the Naseer Hospital after Israeli airstrike as Israeli attacks continue on the 10th day in Khan Yunis, Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians search for casualties under the rubble of a house destroyed in Israeli strikes in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians search for casualties under the rubble of a house destroyed in Israeli strikes in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

A Palestinian man walks amid the rubble of buildings destroyed during Israeli air strikes near his home in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern of Gaza Strip, on Monday

A Palestinian man walks amid the rubble of buildings destroyed during Israeli air strikes near his home in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern of Gaza Strip, on Monday

Members of a Palestinian civil emergency team react after several colleagues were killed in Israeli strikes, at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Monday

Members of a Palestinian civil emergency team react after several colleagues were killed in Israeli strikes, at Shifa Hospital in Gaza City on Monday

US citizens wait at the port of Haifa to be evacuated to Cyprus on Monday amid the ongoing battles between Israel and Hamas terrorists

US citizens wait at the port of Haifa to be evacuated to Cyprus on Monday amid the ongoing battles between Israel and Hamas terrorists 

Meanwhile, Hamas-backer Iran and Lebanon’s terror group Hezbollah, which is also supported by Tehran, have warned that an invasion of Gaza would be met with a ‘response’. Last week, Hezbollah chief Sheikh Naim Qassem said the group was ‘ready’ and would ‘contribute’ to confrontations against its southern neighbour.

And yesterday rockets, artillery fire and anti-tank shells were exchanged between Lebanon and Israel, threatening to drag the region into open warfare.

Hezbollah militants also started destroying surveillance cameras on several Israeli army posts along the border with Lebanon. 

The terror group released a video Monday showing snipers destroying surveillance cameras placed on five points along the Lebanon-Israel border, including one outside the Israeli town of Metula. Hezbollah’s aim appears to be to prevent the Israeli army from monitoring movements on the Lebanese side of the border. 

Meanwhile, as Israeli jets have carried out bombing runs in Lebanon, the IDF threatened to ‘destroy’ the country if Hezbollah entered the war.

Tzachi Hanegbi, an Israeli national security advisor, has warned the Iran-sponsored terror group to stand down from creating a second combat front – or reckon with ‘the destruction of Lebanon’.

And IDF spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari today said Hezbollah will face a ‘deadly’ response if it continues to carry out attacks against Israel. 

‘Hezbollah carried out a number of attacks yesterday in order to try to divert our operational efforts [away from the Gaza Strip], under the direction and backing of Iran, while endangering the state of Lebanon and its citizens,’ Hagari said. 

‘We have increased our forces on the northern border and respond aggressively to any activity against us,’ he said.

‘If Hezbollah dares to test us, the reaction will be deadly. The United States is giving us full backing,’ Hagari said. 

Meanwhile, Iran’s foreign minister threatened ‘no one can guarantee non-expansion of war’ if Israel invaded Gaza. The foreign ministry also claimed today that Hamas was ready to release hostages if Israel stops its airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. 

Hamas leaders are ‘ready’ to release hostages, but doing so would be ‘impossible’ under Israeli airstrikes in the region, Iranian Foreign Ministry Nasser Kanaani said. 

The terror group ‘stated that they are ready to take necessary measures to release the citizens and civilians held by resistant groups, but their point was that such measures require preparations that are impossible under daily bombardment by the Zionists against various parts of Gaza,’ Kanaani said.

But these claims come just days after Hamas threatened to kill Israeli hostages if Israel strikes Palestinian civilians without warning

Meanwhile US President Joe Biden, who has repeatedly proclaimed support for Israel, said that while invading and ‘taking out the extremists’ was needed, any move by Israel to occupy Gaza would be a ‘big mistake’. The warning comes just days after Biden said Israel’s retaliatory action must be ‘according to the rule of law’. 

Thousands of families have fled their homes in the north of Gaza, carrying whatever belongings they can, following an Israeli order to move south.

‘No electricity, no water, no internet. I feel like I’m losing my humanity,’ said Mona Abdel Hamid, 55, who fled Gaza City to Rafah in the south of the enclave, and is having to stay with strangers.

Palestinian children injured during Israeli raids in the southern Gaza Strip arrive on Monday in Khan Yunis, Gaza

Palestinian children injured during Israeli raids in the southern Gaza Strip arrive on Monday in Khan Yunis, Gaza

A view shows the remains of a Palestinian house destroyed in Israeli strikes in the central Gaza Strip on Sunday

A view shows the remains of a Palestinian house destroyed in Israeli strikes in the central Gaza Strip on Sunday

Palestinians ride a motorcycle amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians ride a motorcycle amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians evacuate from the northern Gaza Strip amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians evacuate from the northern Gaza Strip amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza on Monday

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza on Monday

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza on Monday

Palestinians with dual citizenship gather outside Rafah border crossing with Egypt in the hope of getting permission to leave Gaza on Monday

Palestinian relatives wait to collect bodies wrapped in funeral shrouds with their names written for identification, at a hospital following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinian relatives wait to collect bodies wrapped in funeral shrouds with their names written for identification, at a hospital following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinian women are comforted as they arrive to collect the bodies of a relative from the hospital, following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinian women are comforted as they arrive to collect the bodies of a relative from the hospital, following Israeli military attacks on Rafah, in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

US citizens wait to be evacuated from the port of Haifa to Cyprus, on Monday. Tens of thousands of US passport holders live in Israel and 29 have been confirmed killed in the Hamas attacks on Israel

US citizens wait to be evacuated from the port of Haifa to Cyprus, on Monday. Tens of thousands of US passport holders live in Israel and 29 have been confirmed killed in the Hamas attacks on Israel

An injured Palestinian man walks over the destruction, following an Israeli strike on a building in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

An injured Palestinian man walks over the destruction, following an Israeli strike on a building in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

Children crying because of Israeli raids on October 15, 2023 in Khan Yunis, Gaza.

Children crying because of Israeli raids on October 15, 2023 in Khan Yunis, Gaza.

A Palestinian kidney patient lies on a hospital bed, as health officials say they are running out of fuel to operate dialysis devices, amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, at Naser hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

A Palestinian kidney patient lies on a hospital bed, as health officials say they are running out of fuel to operate dialysis devices, amid the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, at Naser hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

Palestinian kidney patients lie on hospital beds, as health officials say they are running out of fuel to operate dialysis devices at Naser hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

Palestinian kidney patients lie on hospital beds, as health officials say they are running out of fuel to operate dialysis devices at Naser hospital in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on Sunday

alestinians inspect their destroyed car after an Israeli airstrike in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

alestinians inspect their destroyed car after an Israeli airstrike in the Rafah refugee camp in the southern of Gaza Strip on Monday

Palestinian citizens inspect damage to their homes caused by Israeli airstrikes on Sunday

Palestinian citizens inspect damage to their homes caused by Israeli airstrikes on Sunday 

An Israeli soldier adjusts his rifle as he stands on a tank near Israel's border with Lebanon in northern Israel on Monday

An Israeli soldier adjusts his rifle as he stands on a tank near Israel’s border with Lebanon in northern Israel on Monday

Israeli soldiers patrol in armoured personnel carriers at an undisclosed position in northern Israel near the border with Lebanon on Sunday

Israeli soldiers patrol in armoured personnel carriers at an undisclosed position in northern Israel near the border with Lebanon on Sunday

DF soldiers drive in military vehicles on October 15, 2023 in Sderot, Israel

DF soldiers drive in military vehicles on October 15, 2023 in Sderot, Israel

An Israeli mobile artillery unit fires a shell from southern Israel towards the Gaza Strip, in a position near the Israel-Gaza border on Sunday

An Israeli mobile artillery unit fires a shell from southern Israel towards the Gaza Strip, in a position near the Israel-Gaza border on Sunday

Earlier today, two Egyptian security forces said Egypt had agreed to re-open the Rafah border crossing for eight hours between 6am to 2pm GMT. They also said a ceasefire agreed upon by Egypt, Israel and the US will coincide with the opening of the border crossing and would last for several hours. 

But half an hour later, Israel appeared to deny on Monday that a truce was under way in southern Gaza. ‘There is currently no truce and humanitarian aid in Gaza in exchange for getting foreigners out,’ a statement from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said.

Hospitals in Gaza are expected to run out of generator fuel in the next 24 hours, endangering the lives of thousands of patients, according to the UN. Gaza’s sole power plant shut down for lack of fuel after Israel completely sealed off the enclave following the Hamas attack. 

The World Health Organization said hospitals are ‘overflowing’ as people seek safety. ‘We are concerned about disease outbreaks due to mass displacement and poor water and sanitation,’ it said. 

Four hospitals in northern Gaza are no longer functioning and 21 have received Israeli orders to evacuate. Doctors have refused, saying it would mean death for critically ill patients and newborns on ventilators.

Israel’s decision to cut off water supplies, combined with a lack of fuel for pumps and desalination stations, has caused shortages, putting 3,500 patients in 35 hospitals across Gaza at risk.

‘Water is needed to ensure sanitary conditions on inpatient wards, in operation rooms, and emergency departments. It is essential for the prevention of hospital associated infections and for the prevention of outbreaks in hospitals,’ the WHO said.

The U.N. health agency said life-saving assistance for 300,000 patients is currently awaiting entry through Rafah.

In Nasser Hospital, in the southern town of Khan Younis, intensive care rooms were packed with wounded patients, most of them children under the age of 3. Hundreds of people with severe blast injuries have come to the hospital, where fuel is expected to run out by Monday, said Dr. Mohammed Qandeel, a consultant at the critical care complex.

There were 35 patients in the ICU who require ventilators and another 60 on dialysis. If fuel runs out, ‘it means the whole health system will be shut down,’ he said, as children moaned in pain in the background. ‘All these patients are in danger of death if the electricity is cut off.’

Dr. Hussam Abu Safiya, the head of pediatrics at the Kamal Adwan Hospital in northern Gaza, said the facility did not evacuate despite Israeli orders. There were seven newborns in the ICU hooked up to ventilators, he said. Evacuating ‘would mean death for them and other patients under our care.’

Ahmed Al-Mandhari, the regional director of the World Health Organization, said hospitals were able to move some mobile patients out of the north, but most patients can’t be evacuated, he said.

Shifa hospital in Gaza City, the territory’s largest, said it would bury 100 bodies in a mass grave as an emergency measure after its morgue overflowed. Tens of thousands of people seeking safety have gathered in the hospital compound.

Gaza was already in a humanitarian crisis due to a growing shortage of water and medical supplies caused by the Israeli siege.

‘An unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding under our eyes,’ said Philippe Lazzarini, the head of the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees.

Firefighters put out a fire at warehouse of UNRWA following Israeli bombardments on southern part of Gaza City on Monday

Firefighters put out a fire at warehouse of UNRWA following Israeli bombardments on southern part of Gaza City on Monday

Firefighters put out a fire at warehouse of UNRWA following Israeli bombardments on southern part of Gaza City on Monday

Firefighters put out a fire at warehouse of UNRWA following Israeli bombardments on southern part of Gaza City on Monday

An aerial view of bomb crater after an Israeli airstrike hitting a Palestinian family as search and rescue efforts for those under rubble continue in Khan Yunis, Gaza on Monday

An aerial view of bomb crater after an Israeli airstrike hitting a Palestinian family as search and rescue efforts for those under rubble continue in Khan Yunis, Gaza on Monday

Israel has ordered more than one million Palestinians – almost half the territory’s population – to move south. The military says it is trying to clear away civilians ahead of a major campaign against Hamas in the north, where it says the terrorists have extensive networks of tunnels, bunkers and rocket launchers.

Hamas urged people to stay in their homes, and the Israeli military released photos it said showed a Hamas roadblock preventing traffic from moving south. 

Nevertheless, a million civilians have fled their homes – fearing that if they didn’t, they would face certain death. 

Meanwhile, Israel’s ambassador to the UK today defended her military’s brutal bombardment of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, arguing this morning that Tel Aviv’s military at least gave Gazans warning that the attacks were coming.

Tzipi Hotovely, 44, gave an impassioned and defiant speech, pointing out that Hamas terrorists launched their attacks with no forewarning and slaughtered innocent, unarmed Israeli citizens.

‘Hamas are in charge of any harm that will be happening in Gaza to their own people. If we see innocent people get killed in Gaza, it’s Hamas in charge,’ she said.

‘It’s not Israel’s responsibility – we don’t have any obligation to bring Gaza water. 1,300 Israelis were targeted, slaughtered… they didn’t get 24 hours to flee or protect themselves.’

Later, when pushed by a BBC Radio 4 interviewer on allegations that Israel is doling out collective punishment on the Palestinian people, Hotovely hit back, bringing up the Royal Air Force‘s carpet bombing of German cities amid a bitter campaign to defeat Nazi Germany in WWII.

‘600,000 Germans were killed in your attacks on Hamburg and Dresden. Why? Because you knew this was the only way you could defeat the Nazis,’ she declared.

‘We are giving the people in Gaza the opportunity (to flee) that (Israelis) were never given… they were slaughtered in their beds,’ she concluded.

As more than a million civilians in Gaza fled their homes, analysts suggested Israel could become bogged down for more than a year hunting for terrorists in the 25-mile long enclave. 

Nimrod Novik, a former senior Israeli diplomat and security adviser, said some military and political leaders wanted soldiers to undertake 18 months of door-to-door arrest operations to root out the Hamas top brass. 

Israeli soldiers stand on armor personnel carriers near the Israeli border with Lebanon on Sunday

Israeli soldiers stand on armor personnel carriers near the Israeli border with Lebanon on Sunday

Israel Defense Force (IDF) troops were photographed in a 'band of brothers' moment as they prepared for the imminent Gaza ground incursion

Israel Defense Force (IDF) troops were photographed in a ‘band of brothers’ moment as they prepared for the imminent Gaza ground incursion

Israeli troops patrol in armoured personnel carriers in northern Israel on October 15, close to the country's border with Lebanon, amid skirmishes with Lebanon

Israeli troops patrol in armoured personnel carriers in northern Israel on October 15, close to the country’s border with Lebanon, amid skirmishes with Lebanon

Israel has been exchanging rockets, artillery fire and anti-tank shells with Lebanon after Hamas-aligned groups such as Hezbollah are believed to have fired on the country (pictured: an Israeli artillery shell explodes over the Lebanese village of al-Bustan on October 15)

Israel has been exchanging rockets, artillery fire and anti-tank shells with Lebanon after Hamas-aligned groups such as Hezbollah are believed to have fired on the country (pictured: an Israeli artillery shell explodes over the Lebanese village of al-Bustan on October 15)

Fighting along Israel’s border with Lebanon intensified on Sunday with Hezbollah terrorists firing rockets and an anti-tank missile, and Israel responding with airstrikes and shelling. 

The Israeli military also reported shooting at one of its border posts. The fighting killed at least one person on the Israeli side and wounded several on both sides of the border. 

Meanwhile, the country has been urged by its allies – including Britain – to be ‘restrained’ in its response so as not to inflame a furious backlash in the Arab world.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken conducted a whistle-stop tour of Arab states at the weekend in order to preserve the fragile peace in the wider region.

He reiterated that Washington stands with Israel ‘today, tomorrow and every day’ but it must take ‘every possible precaution to avoid harming civilians’.

But his various Arab hosts did not necessarily share the same view with Egypt’s president Abdel Fattah el-Sissi saying after Blinken’s visit to Cairo that Israel had already ‘exceeded the right to self-defence’.

Blinken returned to Israel on Monday for talks on the conflict after completing the frantic six-country tour through Arab nations aimed at preventing the fighting from igniting a broader regional conflict.

The top US diplomat, who was in Israel on Thursday on a solidarity visit, landed in Tel Aviv and was expected to again meet Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem.

Washington has been trying to broker a deal to reopen Egypt’s Rafah crossing with Gaza to allow Americans and other foreigners to leave and humanitarian aid amassed on the Egyptian side to be brought in. The crossing, which was closed because of airstrikes early in the war, has yet to reopen.

Israel has said the siege will only be lifted when the captives are returned.



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