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Imam Suhaib Webb Joins Al-Maghrib Institute [Updates: 1]

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  • Filed under: Islam
  • Date: Jul 30,2007 | 09:37 PM

UPDATE: Kevin Garnett to the Celtics! Suhaib Webb to al-Maghrib!

Shaykh Muhammad Alshareef has announced Al-Maghrib’s newest instructor, Shaykh Suhaib Webb. I can’t believe it! A madhab-following, tasawwuf-loving, al-Azhar scholar joining AlMaghrib Institute? SubhanAllah! He’s also listed as a SunniPath teacher! This might be a break of a new era in the North American ummah!

Looks like, MR will be taking some Al-Maghrib classes!

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    1. siddiqui4ever August 6th, 2007 at 2:39 pm

      abul-karim al-hanbali,

      WHO CARES WHAT IBN QUDAMAH SAID…

      LOOK WHAT THE PROPHET (PBUH) SAID ABOUT ASHARI\’S:

      THE PROPHETIC NARRATIONS IN PRAISE OF THE ASH`ARIS

      The Prophet praised the Ash`aris in numerous narrations concerning which al-Qushayri said that they bore not only the external meaning of the tribe of the Companion Abu Musa al-Ash`ari, but also the additional meaning of the followers of his descendent Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari, meaning the Ash`ari school. Among these narrations:

      \”O you who believe! Whoever among you turns back from his Religion, know that in his stead Allah will bring a people whom He loves and who love Him, humble toward believers, stern toward disbelievers, striving in the way of Allah, and fearing not the blame of any blamer. Such is the grace of Allah which He gives to whom He will. Allah is All-Embracing, All-Knowing.\” (5:54) When Allah revealed this verse, the Prophet pointed to Abu Musa al-Ash`ari and said: \”They are that man\’s People.\”[39]
      Imam Abu al-Qasim al-Qushayri said: \”Therefore, the followers of Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari are also among his [Abu Musa\’s] People. For in every place that a people are affiliated to a Prophet, what is meant is the followers of that Prophet.\”[40]
      This is also the position of Ibn `Asakir, al-Bayhaqi, al-Subki, and others of the Ash`ari school.[41]
      \”\’Tomorrow shall come to you a people more sensitive in their hearts towards Islam than you.\’ Then the Ash`aris came, among them Abu Musa al-Ash`ari. As they approached Madina they sang poetry, saying: \’Tomorrow we meet our beloved ones, Muhammad and his group!\’ When they arrived they began to shake hands with the people, and they were the first to innovate hand-shaking.\”[42]
      \”The people of Yemen have come to you, most sensitive in their souls, softest of hearts! Belief is from Yemen, wisdom is from Yemen! Pride and arrogance are found among the camel-owners; tranquility and dignity among the sheep-owners.\”[43]
      \”I went in to see the Prophet after tying my camel at the gate. People from the Banu Tamim came in to see him. He said: \’Accept the glad tidings, O Banu Tamim!\’ They said: \’You gave us glad tidings; now give us something tangible.\’ This exchange took place twice. Then some from the people of Yemen came in to see him. He said: \’Accept the glad tidings, O people of Yemen! for the Banu Tamim did not accept them.\’ They said: \’We accept, O Messenger of Allah!\’ Then they said: \’We came to ask you of this Great Matter.\’ He said: \’Allah was when nothing was other than Him. His Throne stood over the water. He wrote all things in the Remembrance. He created the heavens and the earth.\’ Then someone called out: \’Your camel has fled, O Ibn al-Husayn!\’ I darted out and between me and my camel I could see a mirage. By Allah! How I wish that I had left it alone.\”[44]
      Al-Subki said: \”Our scholars have said that the Prophet did not speak to anyone of the foundations of the Religion (usul al-dEEn) in such a way as he has spoken to the Ash`aris in this hadith.\”[45]
      \”They [the Ash`aris] are part of me and I am part of them.\”[46]
      \”The Ash`aris among people are like a precious parcel containing musk.\”[47]
      NOTES

      [39] Narrated from `Iyad by Ibn Abi Shayba and al-Hakim who said it is sahEEh by Muslim\’s criterion, and by al-Tabarani with a sound chain as stated by al-Haythami.
      [40] As quoted in al-Qurtubi\’s Tafsir (verse 5:54).
      [41] As cited in Tabyin Kadhib al-Muftari and Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya al-Kubra (3:362-363).
      [42] Hadith of the Prophet narrated from Anas ibn Malik with a sound (sahih) chain by Ahmad in his Musnad.
      [43] Hadith of the Prophet narrated from Abu Hurayra by Bukhari and Muslim in their Sahihs.
      [44] Hadith of the Prophet narrated from `Imran ibn Husayn by Bukhari in his Sahih.
      [45] Al-Subki, Tabaqat al-Shafi`iyya al-Kubra (3:364).
      [46] Hadith of the Prophet narrated from Abu Musa al-Ash`ari by Bukhari and Muslim.
      [47] Hadith of the Prophet narrated from Hasan al-Basri in the mode of mursal (missing the Companion link) by Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri in Ibn Sa`d\’s Tabaqat. Among those who explained the Ash`aris mentioned in the hadith to include reference to latter-day Ash`aris are Imam Abu al-Qasim al-Qushayri, al-Subki, and Ibn `Asakir.

    2. siddiqui4ever August 6th, 2007 at 2:43 pm

      And again abul karim al-hanbali, who cares what ibn Qudama said about Ashari\’s and by implication Maturidi\’s, when the hadith indicate praise:

      Like the rest of Wahhabi and \”Salafi\” innovators he declares Ash`aris, Maturidis, and Sufis to be outside the fold of Ahl al-Sunna and even outside the fold of Islam, although Allah Most High and His Prophet praised them! Upon revelation of the verse { Allah shall bring a people whom He loves and who love Him } (5:54), the Prophet pointed to Abu Musa al-Ash`ari – Allah be well-pleased with him – and said: \”They are that man\’s People.\”4
      Al-Qushayri, Ibn `Asakir, al-Bayhaqi, Ibn al-Subki, and others said that the followers of Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari – i.e. Ash`aris who were mostly Sufis – are included among Abu Musa\’s People for in every place that a people are affiliated to a Prophet, what is meant is the followers of that Prophet.

      As for Maturidis, they are referred to in the narration of the Prophet from Bishr al-Khath`ami or al-Ghanawi with a sound (sahîh) chain according to al-Hakim, al-Dhahabi, al-Suyuti, and al-Haythami: \”Truly you shall conquer Constantinople and truly what a wonderful leader will her leader be [Mehmet Fatih Sultan – Allah be well-pleased with him -], and truly what a wonderful army will that army be!\” Both the leader and his army were classic Hanafi Maturidis and it is known that Mehmet Fatih loved and respected Sufis, practiced tawassul, and followed a Shaykh. Moreover, enmity against Ash`aris, Maturidis, and Sufis, is nifâq and enmity against the Umma of Islam as most of the Ulema of Islam are thus described.

    3. jinnzaman August 6th, 2007 at 8:38 pm

      The extremists on each side cannot are the ones fighting.

      I suggest people study the works of Shah Waliullah if they want to see a practical and systematic reconciliation of the extremist wings that one witnesses in this sad discussion.

    4. Alex August 7th, 2007 at 12:25 am

      Jinn!! You deobandi-pushing such and such!!!

    5. Alex August 7th, 2007 at 12:26 am

      J/K.

      Good comment, mashaAllah.

      Hope all is well.

      ma’salaama

    6. Nuqtah August 7th, 2007 at 2:54 am

      Umm Layth: I did not rule out the possibility that there were Hanbalis who did say. I said “I” don’t know of any.

      Jinnz: Which works of Shah Wali Ullah muhadith dehalwi do you reccomend?

    7. whodat August 7th, 2007 at 9:53 am

      I find it funny that one questions what happens in the ‘private meetings’ of salafi shaykhs. Sh.Hamza, may Allah reward him for his efforts, is infamous for his meetings and asking for amana not to disclose what has been said. His views on TJ’s, ikwanis, salafis were readily expressed. At least that was pre 9/11. Even the other Muhammed Shareef alluded to this in his public letter.

      As well, someone mentioned Sh.Nuh’s virginia subha and how he said Ibn Taymiyyah was not a kafir. However, at the same subha he did say that Ibn Taymiyyah considered asharis non-muslims. I have asked many mureeds of his to find me IT’s quote. If someone here could bring it that would be interesting.

    8. Alex August 7th, 2007 at 6:03 pm

      “whodat”
      The reference Sheikh Nuh gave is in ibn Taymiyyah’s (rA) Minhaj al-Sunnah, which by my lights has not been translated to English.

      It might be helpful to note that there are translated statements of IT’s that directly equate the aqidah of Ash’aris to that of the pre-Islamic Arab’s, such as:

      The (Ash`ari) theologians (al-mutakallimoon)… have fallen short of the knowledge of the rational proofs which Allah mentioned in His Book, so they strayed from them and went into different, innovated directions which, due to the falsehoods contained in them, they went out of some of the truth which they and other than them share in believing, and they entered into some of the innovated falsehoods, and they have taken out from tawHeed what belongs to it, for example, ‘tawheed al-ilaahiyya’ and the establishment of the literalness of Allah’s Names and Attributes. They did not know, of tawheed, other than the ‘tawheed al-rububiyya’ which consists in affirming that Allah is the Creator of all things, and this tawHeed was affirmed by those who associated partners to Allah (al-mushrikoon), about whom Allah said: “If thou shouldst ask them: Who created the heavens and the earth? They would answer: Allah” (31:25), and He said: “Say: Who is Lord of the seven heavens, and Lord of the Tremendous Throne? They will say: Unto Allah all that belongeth” (23:6-87), and He said of them: “And most of them believe not in Allah except that they attribute partners unto Him” (12:106). So does the group that is from the belief of the early generations (al-Taa’ifatu min al-salaf) say to them (the Ash`aris): Who has created the heavens and the earth? And they reply: Allah. And yet together with this they worship other than him (wa hum ma`a dhaalika ya`budoona ghayrah). For verily the tawHeed which Allah has ordered unto His servants is the ‘tawHeed al- uloohiyya’ which comprises the tawHeed al-ruboobiyya,’ and is that they worship Allah and not attribute anything as partner to Him, in order that religion (deen) belong in totality to Allah.”

    9. Alex August 7th, 2007 at 6:07 pm

      The specific line:
      So does the group that is from the belief of the early generations (al-Taa’ifatu min al-salaf) say to them (the Ash`aris): Who has created the heavens and the earth? And they reply: Allah. And yet together with this they worship other than him (wa hum ma`a dhaalika ya`budoona ghayrah).

    10. Nuqtah August 15th, 2007 at 6:21 am

      Humm, Alex I don’t think this bias is one sided. I don’t know how different are Ibn tayimiah’s words from those who accuse him coming up with three tawhids and then go on to compare it with the concept of trinity…

    11. Siraaj Muhammad August 22nd, 2007 at 12:56 pm

      http://www.suhaibwebb.com/blog/2007/08/22/saying-so-long-to-a-dear-friend-traditional-islam-ust-suhaib-webb/

      The latest info on all this.

      Siraaj

    12. Yunus September 1st, 2007 at 5:04 am

      Asalamualikum,

      Abu Umaamah reports that the Prophet “My Ummah will split up into seventy-three sects, seventy-two in the Fire and one in Paradise” We said. Describe them to us. He said: “As-Suwaad al-A’dham (the Great Majority)” Reported by al-Laalikaa’ee in [Sharh Usool il-I’tiqaad] and Ibn Abee Aasim in [as-Sunnah]. The Great Majority here does not refer to the great majority of people in every age and era. Rather this is specific for the era of the Companions and the Taabi’een. Abdullaah Ibn Mas’ood said: “The Jamaa’ah is whatever (agrees) with the Truth. Even if it is only one person” .

      Ishaaq ibn Raahawaayah (d.238) said: “If you were to ask the ignorant people about the Great Majority they would say: The majority of people. They do not know that al-Jamaa’ah is the Scholar who clings to the narrations from the Prophet and his way. So whoever is with him (the scholar) and follows him, then he is al-Jamaa’ah” Reported by Abu Nu’aym in [Hilyat ul-Awliyaah]. In the era of the Companions and their Followers the Taabi’een the Great Majority in that time were upon the Truth. This was due to the fact that people were in nearness to the time of the Messenger and the Messenger attested to the credibility of the best of generations. As for those who came after them then the fact that they are many is not to be considered due to the generality of the texts which give evidence that evil will increase and spread amongst the people, the Ummah will split into seventy-three sects and that Islaam will return as something strange.

      Abu Shaamah (d.665H) said,”The order to stick to the Jamaa’ah means sticking to the truth and its followers; even if those who stick to the truth are few and those who oppose it are many; since the truth is that which the first Jamaa’ah from the time of the Prophet and his Companions, radiallaahu ‘anhum, were upon. No attention is given to the great number of the people of futility coming after them.” (Al-Baa’ith ‘alal-Bida’h wal-Huwaadith, p.l9).

    13. siddiqui4ever September 4th, 2007 at 10:28 am

      Brother Yusuf and others,

      Please read the hadith and comments below and make your own judgement as to what is meant by the Great Majority.

      10) Mu\’adh ibn Jabal (Allah be pleased with him) reported that Allah\’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) said, \”The Devil is like a wolf among humans as a wolf is among sheep; it snatches the stray sheep. So beware of the paths which branch off and adhere to the Jama\’ah, the masses and the masjid.\” (Collected by Imam Ahmad; NB- The version given in Mishkat, 1/184, also on the authority of Imam Ahmad does not have the addition \’the masses and the masjid.\’)

      (11) And Abu Dharr (Allah be pleased with him) reported from the Prophet (Peace be upon him) that, \”Two are better than one, and three better than two; so stick to the Jama\’ah for verily Allah, Most Great and Glorious, will only unite my nation on guidance.\” (Collected by Ahmad)

      (12) Al-Harith al-Ashari (Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Messenger of Allah (Peace be upon him) said:

      \”I bid you to do five things: to remain attached to the main body (Jama\’ah of Muslims), listen to your ruler (the Khalif of the Islamic state) and obey him, and migrate, and fight in the way of Allah. And he who detaches himself from the main body of the Muslims (Jama\’ah) to the extent of one span of hand, he in fact, throws off the yoke of Islam from his neck, and he who calls with the call of ignorance, he is one from the denizens of Hell beyond doubt, even if he observes fast and says prayers and considers himself as a Muslim.\” (Musnad Ahmad, vide: Selection from Hadith, no. 288; by A.H. Siddique)
      (13) Ibn Umar (Allah be pleased with him) reported Allah\’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) as saying:
      \”Follow the great mass (as-Sawad al-Azam) for he who kept himself away from it, in fact would be thrown in Hell Fire.\” (Ibn Majah; vide: Mishkat, 1/174, by A.H. Siddiqui).
      The translator of Mishkat-ul-Masabih (A.H. Siddiqui, pg. 113) said in the footnote to the last Hadith:
      \”There is a good deal of difference of opinion as to what the term Sawad al-Azam implies. The overwhelming majority of the scholars are of the view that As-Sawad al-Azam means the largest group of the learned scholars and pious persons whose opinions are held in high esteem in Islam.\”
      (14) Imam al-Shafi\’i (Rahimahullah) said in his Risala (pg. 252-3):
      \”Sufyan (ibn Uyayna) told us from Abd al-Malik ibn Umayr from Abd al-Rahman ibn Abd Allah ibn Masood from his father, that the Prophet (Peace be upon him) said, `God will grant prosperity to His servant who hears my words, remembers them, guards them, and hands them on. Many a transmitter of law is no lawyer (faqih) himself, and many may transmit law to others who are more versed in the law than they. The heart of a Muslim shall never harbour vindictive feelings against three: sincerity in working for God; faithfulness to Muslims; and conformity to the community of believers (Jama\’ah) – their call shall protect (the believers) and guard them from (the Devil\’s) delusion.\’\” (vide: Sunan al-Darimi, vol. 1, pp. 74-6; Ibn Hanbal, vol. 6, pg. 96; Musnad al-Shafi\’i, vol. 1, pg. 16; Mishkat-ul-Masabih, 1/228; and al-Bayhaqi in his al-Madkhal). Imam al-Shafi\’i said (pg. 253): \”The Apostle\’s (Peace be upon him) order that men should follow the Muslim community is a proof that the ijma (consensus) of the Muslims is binding.\”
      (15) Imam al-Shafi\’i (Rahimahullah) stated in al-Risala (pg. 286-7):
      \”And Sufyan (also) told us from `Abd Allah ibn Abi Labid from `Abd Allah ibn Sulayman ibn Yasar from his father, who said: `Umar ibn al-Khattab (Allah be pleased with him) made a speech at al-Jabiya in which he said: The Apostle of God (Peace be upon him) stood among us by an order from God, as I am now standing among you, and said: Believe my Companions, then those who succeed them (the Successors), and after that those who succeed the Successors; but after them untruthfulness will prevail when people will swear (in support of their saying) without having been asked to swear, and will testify without having been asked to testify. Only those who seek the pleasure of Paradise will follow the community, for the devil can pursue one person, but stands far away from two. Let no man be alone with a woman, for the devil will be third among them. He who is happy with his right (behaviour), or unhappy with his wrong behaviour, is a (true) believer.\’\” (see also Musnad al-Shafi\’i, vol. 2, pg. 187; and Ibn Hanbal, vol. 1, pg. 112-13, 176-81).
      Imam al-Shafi\’i said in conclusion to this Hadith:
      \”He who holds what the Muslim community (Jama\’ah) holds shall be regarded as following the community, and he who holds differently shall be regarded as opposing the community he was ordered to follow. So the error comes from separation; but in the community as a whole there is no error concerning the meaning of the Qur\’an, the Sunnah, and analogy (qiyas).\”
      (16) Imam Hakim (1/116) has related a Sahih Hadith from the Prophet (Peace be upon him) in the following words: \”My Ummah shall not agree upon error.\”
      (17) Imam al-Tirmidhi (4/2167) reported on the authority of Ibn Umar (Allah be pleased with him) from the Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace), who said: \”Verily my Ummah would not agree (or he said the Ummah of Muhammad) would not agree upon error and Allah\’s hand is over the group and whoever dissents from them departs to Hell.\” (see also Mishkat, 1/173)

      Imam al-Azizi (d. 1070/1660; Rahimahullah) quoted Imam al-Munawi\’s (d. 1031/1622; Rahimahullah) commentary to the last Hadith in his al-Siraj al-munir sharh al-Jami al-saghir (3.449), as follows:- Allah\’s hand is over the group

      (al-Azizi): Munawi says, \”Meaning his protection and preservation of them, signifying that the collectivity of the people of Islam are in Allah\’s fold, so be also in Allah\’s shelter, in the midst of them, and do not separate yourselves from them.\” The rest of the Hadith, according to the one who first recorded it (Tirmidhi), is:-

      and whoever descents from them departs to hell.
      Meaning that whoever diverges from the overwhelming majority concerning what is lawful or unlawful and on which the Community does not differ has slipped off the path of guidance and this will lead him to hell.\”

    14. siddiqui4ever September 4th, 2007 at 10:36 am

      Here are some more relevant hadith,

      (7) \’Umar (Allah be pleased with him) reported that on one occasion Allah\’s Messenger (Peace and blessings be upon him) stood up among them and said, \”Whoever among you desires the centre of paradise should keep close to the Jama\’ah for the Devil closely accompanies the solitary individual and is more distant from two.\” (Collected by Imam Tirmidhi)

      (8) And \’Arfajah (Allah be pleased with him) reported (Allah\’s Messenger, peace be upon him, as saying): \”that Allah\’s hand is over the Jama\’ah and the Devil is with whoever deviates from the Jama\’ah.\” (Collected by Imam al-Tabarani)

      (9) \’Abdullah ibn Masood (Allah be pleased with him) reported that once Allah\’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) drew a line in the dust with his hand and said, \”This is the straight path of Allah.\” Then he drew a series of lines to the right of it and to the left and said, \”Each of these paths has a devil at its head inviting people to it.\” He then recited (Qur\’an 6:153), \”Verily this is my straight path so follow it and do not follow the (twisted) paths.\” (Collected by Ahmad, Nisai and Darimi; see Mishkat ul-Masabih, 1/166)

      (10) Mu\’adh ibn Jabal (Allah be pleased with him) reported that Allah\’s Messenger (Peace be upon him) said, \”The Devil is like a wolf among humans as a wolf is among sheep; it snatches the stray sheep. So beware of the paths which branch off and adhere to the Jama\’ah, the masses and the masjid.\” (Collected by Imam Ahmad; NB- The version given in Mishkat, 1/184, also on the authority of Imam Ahmad does not have the addition \’the masses and the masjid.\’)

    15. abdul-karim al-hanbali September 16th, 2007 at 4:54 pm

      siddiqui4ever, those ahadith about Asharis ONLY refer to the tribe, not the aqidah. If you believe otherwise, bring your proof if you are truthful.

      And how dare you disrespect the Imam Muwaffaq ud-Din Ibn Qudama (rahimahullah)?! You’re not worth one of his fingernails!

    16. siddqiui4ever September 16th, 2007 at 11:44 pm

      abdul-karim al-hanbali…

      The Prophet praised the Ash`aris in numerous narrations concerning which al-Qushayri said that they bore not only the external meaning of the tribe of the Companion Abu Musa al-Ash`ari, but also the additional meaning of the followers of his descendent Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari, meaning the Ash`ari school.

      And Ibn Qudama’s opinion regarding Ashari’s holds no weight in front of the Prophets (pbuh)

    17. abdul-karim al-hanbali September 17th, 2007 at 12:00 am

      “The Prophet praised the Ash`aris in numerous narrations concerning which al-Qushayri said that they bore not only the external meaning of the tribe of the Companion Abu Musa al-Ash`ari, but also the additional meaning of the followers of his descendent Abu al-Hasan al-Ash`ari, meaning the Ash`ari school.”

      You already said that. I asked you to bring your proof if you are truthful. Saying “al-Qushayri said it” is not proof.

    18. siddiqui4ever September 17th, 2007 at 11:25 am

      Upon revelation of the verse { Allah shall bring a people whom He loves and who love Him } (5:54), the Prophet pointed to Abu Musa al-Ash`ari – Allah be well-pleased with him – and said: ”They are that man’s People.”

      -This is enough of a proof.

      -The Quran applies to all times and places…….

    19. abdul-karim al-hanbali September 17th, 2007 at 3:16 pm

      You don’t seem to understand what proof means.

    20. siddiqui4ever September 17th, 2007 at 3:52 pm

      Actually, you seem to deny proof when it\’s right in front of you.

      This proof was good enough for the people like al-Qushayri, Ibn `Asakir, al-Bayhaqi, al-Subki.

      I had enough debate. The hadith are there as an indication to those who seek the truth. Where are your hadith hanbali?

      Take it or leave it.

      I end with…

      ”The Ash`aris among people are like a precious parcel containing musk.”
      – Hadith of the Prophet narrated from Hasan al-Basri in the mode of mursal (missing the Companion link) by Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri in Ibn Sa`d\\’s Tabaqat. Among those who explained the Ash`aris mentioned in the hadith to include reference to latter-day Ash`aris are Imam Abu al-Qasim al-Qushayri, al-Subki, and Ibn `Asakir.

    21. abdul-karim al-hanbali September 17th, 2007 at 6:00 pm

      Of course Asharis would say it means the Ashari sect! My hadith are all the hadith that contradict the Ashari aqeedah you stupid mubtadi heretic!

      Al-Qushayri is not worth the dust off of Ibn Qudamah’s shoes, nor are any of the other Ashari zanadaqah who pretend that the hadith refers to their putrid sect.

      Where did Rasulullah (salallahu alayhi wa salaam) say that he was referring to the Ashari sect? How do your zindiq ulema derive a hidden meaning from the words of the Prophet?

      May Allah (subhanu wa ta’ala) raise up the Hanabilah and wipe the zindiq Asharis from the face of the earth. Ameen ya Rabb.

    22. Mujahideen Ryder September 17th, 2007 at 6:01 pm

      SubhanAllah guys. It’s Ramadan. I’m closing off the comments.

      Chill out. Have a date [for iftar]! 😀 hahaha

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