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    I found a website, which I think is realy important for us muslim youth.

    The website is http://www.jendrami.wordpress.com
    and klick on DOWNLOAD “Kitab-Kitab” for downloading some great Islamic books translated into "Bahasa Malayu".

    And pass also this website to your next, insya'allah! Because nowadays unfortunately you can find many websites who are leading you to haram made by "malays". So let us turn the table! This is my effort now it's your turn akhi anda akhawat ....
    May Allah swt protect our Iman and make the Nur of our Iman stronger by reading these "Kitab-Kitab"

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  • Iman (Arabic: إيمان‎) is an Islamic term usually translated as "belief or faith" and is often used to refer to the strength of conviction in a Muslim. This refers to faith in Islam requiring a "belief in the unseen," and one who has such faith is called a mu'min.[1] It constitutes the six Articles of faith which were delineated along with the Five Pillars of Islam in the famous hadith involving the angel Jibreel (Gabriel).

    Iman is one of the three dimensions of the Islamic religion (Ara. ad-din): islam, iman and ihsan. Following after islam comes iman or "faith," which refers to 'true commitment' to God. According to the Qur’an (49:14), it is possible to have one and not yet the other: "Do not say 'we have accepted faith'; rather say 'we have accepted Islam,' for faith has not yet entered your hearts."
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  • Three Levels of Faith: Islam, Iman, and Ihsan
    By Hassan El-Najjar ,Al-Jazeerah,  May 21, 2007

     

    Islam:

    There are three levels of faith a person can attain. The first level is Islam. Prophet Muhammed, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him (pbbuh) explained it as observing the five major obligations (the adhering to which creates an Islamic structure, as these obligations constitute the pillars of Islam's structure).

    Thus, to be a Muslim, a person has to proclaim (or testify) that there is no other god but Allah (praise to Him) and that Muhammed (pbbuh) is His Messenger. The importance of this declaration or testimony is that a person acknowledges the existence of God (Allah), praise to Him, as the Creator of the Universe, and that Muhammed (pbbuh) is the Messenger of God. This means that a person accepts the message of God revealed to humanity through Prophet Muhammed (pbbuh), as expressed in the word of God (the Holy Qur'an) and the Sunna of the Prophet (his sayings, actions, and what he approved of).

    Once a person pronounces the Islamic proclamation, then he/she proceeds to observe the Islamic obligations, namely to perform the five prayers, pay the Zakat, fast during the month of Ramadhan, and make the pilgrimage to the House of God in Makkah, if he/she is able to do so (for more details about these obligations, see Islam: A Brief Introduction).

    It is important to note that these are ways of worshipping God, 'Ibadat, as He wanted and commanded Muslims to do. He promised to reward those who worship Him and to punish those who don't do that on purpose.

    In analyzing these Islamic ways of worshipping God, one discovers that all of them benefit the worshipper directly and his/her society in this life, then they are rewarded with Paradise in the hereafter.

    By performing prayers, a Muslim has to clean himself/herself through wudu', by washing the mouth, nose, face hands, arms, ears, hair, and feet, every time before prayers. Muslims also have to take showers after sexual intercourse and must keep their clothes clean.

    By praying five times a day in specific times, Muslims live in orderly fashion, budgeting their time, and literally exercising five times a day, doing certain movements that range between standing, bowing down, prostrating, and sitting down on the floor. These unique movements exercise various body organs and push more blood to certain areas of the body, like the brain through bowing and prostrating.

    By paying the Zakat, a Muslim assists the poor and contributes to the well-being of society. It is, at least, 2.5 percent of a person’s annual savings. When properly given, the poor will not be left alone in society. It is a systematic expression of compassion and social solidarity. The Zakat does not replace charity or government taxes. However, it contributes to the welfare and well-being of society in areas not covered by government-funded projects.

    Fasting the month of Ramadhan by abstaining from food, drinks, and sexual activity from dawn to the sunset has tremendous benefits for the body and the soul of a worshipper. Fasting strengthens the control of the self over the body. It allows the rich to feel the suffering of the hungry poor and prompts them to share food with them when they break the fast at the sunset. By eating moderately at the breakfast, many people lose weight, get rid of the accumulated fats throughout the year. Most importantly is giving a break to the digestive system, after eleven months of continuous hard work.

    Finally, Haj, pilgrimage to the House of God in Makkah, is the climax of being a Muslim. It is a personal journey for God first but it gives great satisfaction to the Haaj (pilgrim), as he/she leaves everything in this life behind. The pilgrimage to Makkah is also a worldwide conference of Muslims, where they meet there representing all nations, racial groups, and ethnic divisions. They are instructed by God to be loving, caring, and tolerant of each other, as well as praising God for His limitless benefits and bounties they have been enjoying.

     

    Iman:

    By being a Muslim, as explained above, a person is promised God's rewards in this life and in the hereafter. However, for those who are more ambitious to be closer to God, and to gain a higher level of his rewards, they need to reach a higher level of faith than Islam, which is Iman.

    Iman is to believe in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, the Last Day, and to believe in divine destiny, both the good and the evil thereof. This level is more theoretical than the first level of Islam. In the first level, Islam, a person is saved by worshipping God through actions, that is through performing the five obligations mentioned above.

    To reach the second level, Iman, more faith is needed. A deeper degree of acknowledgement is required. This includes a belief in God and what He said. He informed us in His Book, the Holy Qur'an, that He has angels, He sent previous Books to humanity, delivered through previous messengers.

    Thus, a person reaching Iman (a Mu'men) believes that not only God exists but He is capable of doing anything He wants. A Mu'men believes in everything God told in the Holy Qur'an. He/she  believes that there are other intelligent creations of God than human beings, particularly angels. Among these are Jibril (Gabriel, the medium between God and His human messengers), Mika-il (Michael, the angel of sustenance), Ezra-il (angel of death), Israfil (angel of the Trumpet), Radhwan (custodian of Paradise), Malek (custodian of the Hellfire), Raqeeb and 'Ateed (the angels who keep records for our good deeds and bad deeds), and Nakker, and Nakeer (the angels who question a human being briefly after death). A Mu'men is a person who believes that these angels exist and we are affected by them.

    A Mu'men also believes that God revealed His guidance to humanity in previous Books before the Holy Qur'an. These included the Torah (Old Testament revealed to Moussa, Moses, pbbuh), Zaboor (revealed to Prophet Dawood, David, pbbuh), and the Engel (New Testament revealed to the Messiah, Essa Bin Mariam, Jesus Christ, the son of Mary, pbbuh). These Books included the same message of guidance to humanity summarized in the Holy Qur'an. A Mu'men, further, has the same respect and love to the previous messengers of God, and should not differentiate one from the other, or side with one against the other.

    A Mu'men believes that this life is a test, in which all our deeds and activities are recorded by angels. We will be held accountable for the entire test when we meet our Creator in the Day of Judgment. So, the belief in the Last Day is an acknowledgement of accountability and reckoning. It is an incentive for people to do good in this life in order to be rewarded in Paradise, and a warning against doing bad in order to avoid punishment in the Hellfire.

    Finally, a Mu'men believes in Al-Qada wal Qadar, or divine destiny, both the good and the evil thereof. This is a belief in the ability of Allah, praise to him, to predict our behavior. (For a brief discussion about predestination, see: Five Islamic Issues, predestination and choice, position toward other religions, angels, and the End of Days).

     

    Ihsan:

    Ihsan is the highest of the three levels of faith and the closest to God. It is to worship Allah as if you are seeing Him. While you do not see Him, He truly sees you. Then, Ihsan means that a Muhsen is sure that Allah is seeing him/her in everything he/she says or does. Therefore, a Muhsen does his/her best to say and do only what pleases God and conforms to His commands. This is the level of righteousness, the level of perfection, the level of doing and saying the ultimate good, the level of Ihsan.

    The word "Ihsan" in Arabic is a derivative of the verb "ahsana," which means doing things better. Thus the literal linguistic meaning of Ihsan is doing the best, which is doing what God commanded us to do.

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    Text of the Prophet's Hadith (saying) about the subject:
    On the authority of Omer1 (may Allah be pleased with him), who said:*One day while we were sitting with the Messenger of Allah (i.e. Prophet Muhammed, pbbuh), there appeared before us a man whose clothes were exceedingly white and whose hair was exceedingly black; no signs of journeying were to be seen on him and none of us knew him. He walked up and sat down by the Prophet (pbbuh). Resting his knees against his (the Prophet's) and placing the palms of his hands on his thighs, he said:

    O Muhammed, tell me about Islam.

    The Messenger of Allah (may the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: Islam is to testify that there is no god but Allah and Muhammed is the Messenger of Allah, to perform the prayers, to pay the Zakat2  to fast in Ramadhan, and to make the pilgrimage to the House3  if you are able to do so.

    He said: You have spoken rightly, and we were amazed at him asking him (the Prophet bpuh) and saying that he had spoken rightly.

    He said: Then, tell me about Iman.4

    He (the Prophet) said: It is to believe in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, the Last Day, and to believe in divine destiny, both the good and the evil thereof.

    He said: You have spoken rightly.

    He said: Then, tell me about Ihsan.5

    He (the Prophet bpuh) said: It is to worship Allah as if you are seeing him, and while you see Him not yet truly He sees you.

    He said: Then, tell me about the hour.6

    He (the Prophet bpuh) said: The one questioned about it knows no better than the questioner. He said: Then, tell me about its signs.

    He (the Prophet bpuh) said: That the slave-girl will give birth to her mistress, and that you will see the barefooted, naked, destitute herdsmen competing in constructing lofty buildings.
    Then, he took himself off and I stayed for some time. Then he (the Prophet bpuh) said: O Omer, do you know who the questioner was? I said: Allah and His Messenger know better. He said: It was Jibril (Gabriel), who came to you to teach you your religion.7

    The Messenger of Allah (pbbuh) told the truth.

    This Hadith was related by Muslim.

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    * Dr. Hassan Ali El-Najjar has a Ph.D. in Sociology and a Master’s degree in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Georgia, USA. He is also a native speaker of Arabic.

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    Jawab #3 21 August, 2009, 04:33:51 PM
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  • Iman adalah kehidupan?

    Sebagaimana yang kita sedia maklum, Iman memainkan peranan yang penting dalam kehidupan seharian kita. Justeru itu, keimanan seseorang memberi kesan terhadap kehidupannya. Tetapi, apakah jenis Iman tersebut?

    Inilah persoalan yang penting yang perlu dipersoalkan!

    Kenapa?

    Jika kamu perhatikan bagaimana tingkah laku anak-anak muda pada masa kini, kamu pasti akan mendapati bahawasanya “kecuaian”, (the suitable word is not “kecuaian” but “kealpaan” ) kealpaan terhadap Allah berlaku di mana-mana sahaja. Dan taraf keimanan yang rendah inilah, secara terus akan memberi kesan terhadap kehidupan seharian seorang melayu muslim.

    Bilakah akan timbulnya masalah terhadap kita?

    Tetapi, jika kita mempunyai sikap yang demikian dengan berkata “ Jika tiada siapa yang dapat melihat aku, Allah tetap dapat melihatku”,..  jika syaitan mengajak kita melakukan perkara yang haram, maka Alhamdulillah (Allah) akan menjauhkan kita darinya!

    Tetapi, bagaimana jika dia (laki-laki atau perempuan) tidak dapat menyebut atau tidak pernah terfikir tentang perkara tersebut?

    Jika perkara itu berlaku, maka kita bakal menghadapi masalah yang besar.

    Ini bermakna, kehidupan yang kita lalui adalah megikut acuan dan kehendak syaitan bukan kehendak Allah SWT.

    Tetapi adakah kita mengetahui bahawasanya Allah SWT mengkehendaki hanya yang terbaik buat kita?

    Saya akan cuba menjelaskan bagaimana kehidupan boleh memberi kesan buruk kepada Iman seseorang.

    Tetapi, bagaimana pula jika Iman kita yang memberi kesan kepada kehidupan kita?

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    Jawab #4 21 August, 2009, 04:39:14 PM
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  • The Meaning of Islam
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    The word Islam is derived from the Arabic root "SLM" which means, among other things, peace, purity, submission and obedience. In the religious sense the word Islam means submission to the Will of God and obedience to His Law. The connection between the original and the religious meanings of the word is strong and obvious. Only through submission to the Will of God and by obedience to His Law can one achieve true peace and enjoy lasting purity.

    Every religion of the world has been named either after its founder or after the community or nation in which it was born. For instance, Christianity takes its name from its prophet Jesus Christ; Buddhism from its founder, and Judaism, the religion of the Jews, from the name of the tribe Judah (of the country of Judae) where it originated. The same is true of all other religions except Islam, which enjoys the unique distinction of having no such association with any particular person or people or country. Nor is it the product of any human mind. It is a universal religion and its objective is to create and cultivate in man the quality and attitude of Islam.

    Islam, in fact, is an attributive title. Anyone who possess this attribute, whatever race, community, country or group he belongs to, is a Muslim. According to the Qur'an, among every people and in all ages there have been good and righteous people who possessed this attribute - and all of them were and are Muslims.

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  • The Misconception about Islam
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    Some outsiders call our religion "Mohammedanism" and address the believers in Islam as "Mohammedans". Muslims both protest and reject the use of these words. If our faith is classified as Mohammedanism and if we are called Mohammedans, there will be seriously wrong implications. This misnomer implies that the religion takes its name after a mortal being, namely, Muhammad and that Islam is no more than another 'ism" just like Judaism, Hinduism. Marxism, etc. Another misconception that may arise from outsiders is that they might think of the Muslims, whom they call Mohammedans, as worshippers of Muhammad or as believers in him in the same way as Christians, for example, believe in Jesus. A further misconception is that the word Mohammedanism may mislead the outsider and make him think that the religion was founded by Muhammad and therefore takes its name after the founder. All these implications are seriously wrong or at best misleading. Islam is not just another 'ism' nor do Muslims worship Muhammad or look upon him the same way as Christians, Jews, Hindus, Marxists, etc., look upon their respective leaders. The Muslims worship God alone. Muhammad was only a mortal being commissioned by God to teach the word of God and lead an exemplary life. He stands in history as the best model for man in piety and perfection. He is a living proof of what man can be and of what he can accomplish in the realm of excellence and virtue. Moreover, the Muslims do not believe that Islam was founded by Muhammad, although it was restored by him in the last stage of religious evolution. The original founder of Islam is no other than God Himself, and the date of the founding of Islam goes back to the age of Adam. Islam has existed in one form or another all along from the beginning and will continue to exist till the end of time.

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    Jawab #6 21 August, 2009, 04:40:30 PM
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  • A Muslim
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    All those who follow Islam are Muslims. Contrary to popular misconceptions, Islam or submission to the Will of God, together with obedience to His Law, does not mean in any way loss of individual freedom or surrender to fatalism. Anyone who thinks or believes so has certainly failed to understand the true meaning of Islam and the concept of God in Islam. The concept of God in Islam describes Him as the Most Merciful and Gracious, and the Most Loving and most concerned with the well-being of man, and as Full of Wisdom and care for His Creatures. His Will, accordingly, is a Will of Benevolence and Goodness, and whatever Law He prescribes must be in the best interest of mankind.

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  • The Blessings of being a Muslim
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    When the Civilized people abide by the laws of their countries, they are considered sound citizens and honest members of their respective societies. No responsible person would say that such people lose their freedom by their obedience to the Law. No rational being would think or believe for a moment that such law-abiding people are fatalists and helpless. Similarly, the person who submits to the Will of God, which is a good Will, and obeys the Law of God, which is the best Law, is a sound and honest person.. He is gaining protection of his own right& showing genuine respect for the rights of others, and enjoying a high degree of responsible, creative freedom. Submission to the good Will of God, therefore, does not take away or curtail individual freedom. On the contrary, it gives freedom of a high degree in abundant measures. It frees the mind from superstitions and fills it with truth. It frees the soul from sin and wrong and quickens it with goodness and purity. It frees the self from vanity and greed, from envy and tension, from fear and insecurity. It frees man from subjugation to false deities and low desires, and unfolds before him the beautiful horizons of goodness and excellence.

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  • The Nature of Disbelief
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    A man who, although a born Muslim and unconsciously remaining one throughout his life, does not exercise his faculties of reason, intellect and intuition to recognize his Lord and Creator and misuses his freedom of choice by choosing to deny Him. Such a man becomes an unbeliever-in the language of Islam a Kafir. Kufr literally means 'to cover' or 'to conceal'. Kufr is ignorance. Not only that; kufr is a tyranny, the worst of all tyrannies. Tyranny is an unjust use of force or power. Kufr leads to the blind alleys of utter failure, both here and hereafter.

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  • The Concept of Faith (Iman)
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    The Arabic word 'Iman', which we have rendered in English as faith, literally means 'to know', 'to believe' and 'to be convinced beyond the least shadow of doubt'. Faith, thus is firm belief arising out of knowledge and conviction. And the man who knows and reposes unshakable belief in the Unity of God, in His Attributes, in His Law and the Revealed Guidance, and in the Divine Code of Reward and Punishment is called 'Mu'min' (faithful).

    Some people may think that man becomes a Muslim when he confesses belief in the Oneness of the True God and Muhammad as His Last Messenger. But this is far from the full meaning of Faith. The full meaning of Faith in Islam is not, by any means, something nominal or mere formality. Faith in Islam is a state of happiness acquired by virtue of position action and constructive conceptions as well as dynamic and effective measures. The Holy Qur'an and the Traditions of Muhammad define these required measures and establish the standards which build up a meaningful Faith. Thus, the true believers are:

    1. Those who believe in God, His angels, His Books as completed by the Qu'ran, His messengers with Muhammad being the Last of them all, the Day of Final Judgment, the absolute knowledge and wisdom of God.

    2. Those who trust God always and enjoy unshakable confidence in Him.

    3. Those who spend in the way od God of what He has given them in the form of wealth, life, health, knowledge, experience, and so on.

    4. Those who observe their daily prayers regularly as well as the weekly and annual congregations.

    5. Those who pay their religious taxes (alms or Zakah) to the rightful beneficiaries (individuals or institutions), the minimum of which is two and a half percent of the annual 'net' income, or of the total value of stocks if in business-after discounting all expenses and credits.

    6. Those who enjoin the right and good and combat the wrong and evil by all lawful means at their disposal.

    7. Those who obey God and His Messenger Muhammad; and feel increasing strength of faith when the Qur'an is recited, and humility of heart when God's name is mentioned.

    8. Those who love God and His Messenger most, and love their fellow men sincerely for the sake of God alone.

    9. Those who love their near and distant neighbours and show genuine kindness to their guests, especially the strangers.

    10. Those who say the truth and engage in good talk, or else abstain.

    It is clear that the very meaning of Faith makes Islam penetrate deeply and constructively into every aspect of Life. According to Islam, true Faith has a decisive effect on the spiritual and material lot of man, and also on his personal and social behavior as well as his politics conduct and financial life. To show how the Qur'an describes the true believers, here is an example. The Qur'an contains numerous references like these:

    "They only are the true believers whose hearts feel submissive (and humble) when God is mentioned; and when the revelations of God are recited unto them, they (the revelations) increase and strengthen their Faith; and who trust in their Lord, establish the prayer (as enjoined on them) and spend of what We have bestowed on them (in the cause of God). Those are they who are in truth believers. For them are (high) grades (of honor) with their Lord, and a bountiful provision." (Qur'an, 8:2-4)

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  • سُوۡرَةُ الاٴنفَال
    إِنَّمَا ٱلۡمُؤۡمِنُونَ ٱلَّذِينَ إِذَا ذُكِرَ ٱللَّهُ وَجِلَتۡ قُلُوبُہُمۡ وَإِذَا تُلِيَتۡ عَلَيۡہِمۡ ءَايَـٰتُهُ ۥ زَادَتۡہُمۡ إِيمَـٰنً۬ا وَعَلَىٰ رَبِّهِمۡ يَتَوَكَّلُونَ (٢) ٱلَّذِينَ يُقِيمُونَ ٱلصَّلَوٰةَ وَمِمَّا رَزَقۡنَـٰهُمۡ يُنفِقُونَ (٣) أُوْلَـٰٓٮِٕكَ هُمُ ٱلۡمُؤۡمِنُونَ حَقًّ۬ا‌ۚ لَّهُمۡ دَرَجَـٰتٌ عِندَ رَبِّهِمۡ وَمَغۡفِرَةٌ۬ وَرِزۡقٌ۬ ڪَرِيمٌ۬ (٤)
    (Al-Anfal, ayat 2-4)

    "Sesungguhnya orang-orang yang beriman itu (yang sempurna imannya) ialah mereka yang apabila disebut nama Allah (dan sifat-sifatNya) gementarlah hati mereka dan apabila dibacakan kepada mereka ayat-ayatNya, menjadikan mereka bertambah iman dan kepada Tuhan mereka jualah mereka berserah. (2) Iaitu orang-orang yang mendirikan sembahyang dan yang mendermakan sebahagian dari apa yang Kami kurniakan kepada mereka. (3) Merekalah orang-orang yang beriman dengan sebenar-benarnya. Mereka akan mendapat pangkat-pangkat yang tinggi di sisi Tuhan mereka dan keampunan serta limpah kurnia yang mulia (di Syurga). (4) "
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  • Di atas IzinNya dan RahmatNya..Alhamdulillah syukur kita dengan segala KurniaanNya..

    Firman Allah swt " tetapi Allah menjadikan kamu cinta kepada keimanan dan menjadi iman itu indah dalam hatimu serta menjadikan kamu benci kepada kekafiran, kefasikan dan kedurhakaan. Mereka itulah orang-orang yang mengikuti jalan lurus. Sebagai kurnia dan nikmat dari Allah dan Allah Maha Mengetahui lagi Bijaksana. ( QS Al Hujuraat : 7-8 ).. lagi..

    sekelompok Arab Badui pernah datang kepada Baginda RasulAllah saw, serta menyatakan dirinya sudah  beriman kpd Allah swt dan RasulAllah saw, akan tetapi konsepsi iman itu di bantah oleh Allah swt, langsung di saat itu turun WahyuNya " Orang-orang Badui itu berkata: " Kami telah beriman". Katakanlah ( kepada mereka ) kamu belum beriman", tetapi katakanlah kami telah tunduk, kerana iman itu belum masuk ke dalam hatimu.." ( QS Al Hujuraat : 14 )..

    Iho...Iman itu bukan berasal dari fikiran mahupun rekaan dan yang ditekankan dari luar dirinya, akan tetapi iman itu berasal dari potensi jiwanya sendiri ( FITRAH ).. Amin.
    Alhamdulillah syukur kita dengan segala nikmat kurniaanNya..

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