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Someyyah Tariq

Categories: Youth Corner

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Khutba Title: Dajjal; The First of the Major Signs

Link to Khutba: https://zawiyafellowship.com/dajjal-the-first-of-the-major-signs/

Date: December 20

Author: Someyyah Tariq

 

  • Allah is free from anyone to thank Him.

  • Whoever is grateful, his gratefulness goes back to him.

  • Allah(S.W.T) is gracious to everyone; both believers and non-believers.

  • We are in need of Allah (swt) and we are weak

  • We have no power or will of our own.

  • We need help in every part of our life.

  • Shaytan knows the humans weakness.

  • Every nation has a term, and no nation can increase or decrease their time.

  • Surely falsehood will vanish.

  • When Dajal comes, people will sit in the masjids and beg Allah(S.W.T) for His Mercy.

  • Those who know the truth but deny it receive Allah(S.W.T)’s anger. Dajjal and other people are created from this anger.

  • Minor signs:

  1. Children filled with rage towards their parents.

  2. Acid rain.

  3. Evil people will become influential.

  4. Satellites will be used to communicate.

  5. The believer will be humiliated.

  6. Corrupt parts.

  7. Arrogance and intoxication become common.

  • The major sign is dajjal.

  •  Dajal will be coming from the East Peninsula.

  • When we say the Last Hour is coming, the heart of the believing men and women shake and they understand what is coming.

  • The soul is alive in Alama Barzgh but the body is not. Some stay in Alama Barzgh. Some go to Janah, and some otherwise.

  • Every Prophet warned the people about Dajjal.

  • Since the time of Adam (A.S) to the Last Hour, there is no greater trial the Dajjal.


: The Quran is a Critical ReminderLink to The Khutba: https://zawiyafellowship.com/12502-2/

Released: April 3 2020

Written: April 5 2020

  1. There are 4 words which are dear to Allah(S.W.T): سبحان الله والحمد لله ولا إله هو

      والله أكبر

    سبحان

      الله means Allah (S.W.T) is always present.

  2. الحمد

      لله means that Allah (S.W.T) is the source of all goodness and acknowledging

      the Divine Favours.

  3. لا

      إله إلا الله is a statement that can not be denied and means submission and

      believing in Allah (S.W.T).

  4. الله

      أكبر means Allah (S.W.T) is great and has all power.

  5. The whole story begins with knowledge.

  6. Ask forgiveness for yourself and then start doing your deeds.

  7. Beware of the consequences of disobeying Allah (S.W.T).

  8. The Holy Quran is a truth which is sent to us by Allah (S.W.T).

  9. Read it so your heart may become humble.

  10. Allah (S.W.T) will guide those who believe in the straight path.

  11. Be in the presence of those who praise Allah (S.W.T) from fajr until sunrise and

      from after asr until sunset.

  12. Act upon the message which was brought down to you.

  13. Rasolullah (S.A.W) said, “ To ask for forgiveness and to say لا إله إلا الله is the best form of Ibadah”.

  14. The truth comes from your Lord.

  15. Call upon Allah (S.W.T) with sincerity.

  16. Sseek knowledge and to be arrogant is a sin.

  17. Only worry about how to properly worship Allah (S.W.T).

  18. Follow what Rasolullah (S.A.W) ordered you to do.

  19. Allah will provide for you provisions

  20. Allah (S.W.T) is the best of supporters.

  21. Everything celebrates the praises of Allah (S.W.T).

  22. Those who are close to Allah (S.W.T) praise Him day and night without getting bored and tired.

  23. They forgot about Allah (S.W.T) so He made them forget who they are.

  24. Every soul will taste death.

  25. Those who are absent minded will be brought back, but those who believe will just

      transfer(from this dunya to the akhira).

  26. We need Allah (S.W.T)’s light to be completed.

  27. Those who do not believe are too busy enjoying the pleasures of this world.


Released: May 8 2020

Written: June 21 2020

  • Nothing can take effect besides His Will.

  • Allah (S.W.T) is forever.

  • The presence of your Lord will remain forever.

  • Whoever praises Allah (S.W.T) and believes that there is no Lord except Him, Rasolullah (S.A.W) says, “ That person is more dear to me than the rising of the sun.”

  • لا اله الا الله محمد رسول الله is the key to Jannah.

  • If you:

  1. Celebrate Allah (S.W.T) 100 times.

  2. Attribute goodness to Allah 100 times.

  3. Glorify the greatness of Allah 100 times.

  4. Celebrate Allah (S.W.T)’s Divinity 100 times, it will fit between here and the sky. No ones deeds can match what you did except if they do the same thing.

  • Allah (S.W.T) says, “ You have a good example for conduct which is Rasolullah (S.A.W). One who aspires to be with Allah (S.W.T), hopes for His forgiveness on the Last Day and celebrates Allah (S.W.T) a lot.

  • Those who praise Allah (S.W.T) , He prepared for them forgiveness along with a great reward.

  • Whoever wants to be with Allah (S.W.T) is already there.

  • Baab- Ur-Rayan is for those who fast exclusively.

  • Baab- Us-Silah is for those who don’t ruin their womb ties.

  • All of them will close except for Baab-Ut Tawba.

  • It will be open until the sun rises from the west.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) will keep Baab-Ut- Tawba open.

  • The key to Jannah is good deeds.

  • Ibn Abbas (R.A) narrated, “There is not a tree in Jannah which does not have ‘La Ilaha Illah Muhammedur Rasolullah’ written on it.”

  • Obedience to Allah (S.W.T) is the key to gain nearness to Him (S.W.T)

  • The shahdah is the testimony of a believer. You act upon on it.

  • It is a tasbeeh.

  • Allah is well aware of everything.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) says, “ Beware of a mumin for he sees Allah (S.W.T)’s light.”

  • There is certainly a sign, if only you have a true understanding.

  • Faith can’t be there without Allah (S.W.T)’s guidance.

  • The entire universe praise Allah (S.W.T).

  • Allah is the true guidance of the believers.

  • The angels pray for the believers.

  • They say , “ Allah, let them enter Jannah in which they live eternally.”

  • People who pray at night/tahajjud have beaming faces because they stayed alone with their Lord.

  • Whoever wants light in their graves and on their faces, they should stay up and pray tahajjud and recite durood sharif.

  • The pious ones will have gardens as their homes.

  • Whoever makes wudu and recites the shahadah, all 8 gateways are open for him before he can even enter one.

  • Allah (S.W.T) made His deputies out of noor.

  • Allah (S.W.T)’s names and attributes are light.

  • The recite the Holy Quran is compulsory.

  • Reciting the Holy Quran at fajr is witnessed.

  • The condition of receiving Allah’s mercy is faith.

  • Everything is controlled by Universal Law.

  • All matters are reverted to Allah (S.W.T).


Released: April 24 2020

Written: June 4 2020

  • أشهد أن لا إله إلا الله وأشهد أن محمد عبده ورسوله is the true guidance.

  • Indeed Allah is the Divine Sovereign Lord who provides all needs to His servants.

  • Giving for You is not spending, rather it is giving.

  • We pray and ask for forgiveness from Allah (S.W.T).

  • To distance us from suffering in Hellfire.

  • Our Rasol (S.A.W) is most gracious and generous.

  • “Spend oh Bilal (R.A) spend, and never fear shortage,” said Rasolullah (S.A.W) to Bilal (R.A).

  • His (S.A.W) companions competed against each other to do good deeds.

  • They always spend from love and they gave away what they preferred, even if it was a need.

  • Maintain the relationship with your Lord.

  • When there was plagues and diseases back then, scholars would tell people to fast (other than Ramadan) to repel the calamity. They would also say to give away zakat .

  • During this pandemic, you should say lots of durood and pray to Allah (S.W.T).

  • Our Lord embrace us in your Holy Light.

  • Make us busy with what You commanded us to do.

  • Grant us the needed guidance our Lord.

  • Nothing can happen besides what Allah wants.

  • No knowledge can benefit us unless what you willed it so.

  • Your Judgement can not be opposed.

  • Keep us surrounded with your luminous rays.

  • Make us among those who choose You, not those who chose over you.

  • Grant us the ability to obey Your Commands.

  • Make us incapable of disobeying You.

  • Keep us permanently in Your service.

  • Positive jealousy (when you wish you had something) is only allowed for 2 cases :

  1. Being rich but spending your money for good causes.

  2. Having knowledge which is beneficial to other people.

  • In the second year of Hijrah to Madina Munawarah, fasting was ordained.

  • Fasting is beneficial to you.

  • Fast from talking as well.

  • The final decision belongs to Allah (S.W.T).

  • Even if you give a bite of food, the reward will be a mountain on the Day of Judgement.


Released: June 19 2020

Written: July 8 2020

  • Allah (S.W.T) will forgive those who repent, believe, do righteous deeds, and follow the guidance.

  • Khutba is a sermon and everybody takes their share and goes.

  • Kitaab is a Divine Address.

  • There are 2 types of Salah:

  1. Adah: Performance of the salah.

  2. Iqamah: Standing before your Lord perfectly like in the Day of Qiyamah.

  • If you pray salah the iqamah way, you will have no distractions.

  • The khutba is like a ladder;some people climb up and up but some people get tired and climb 2 steps down.

  • If an abd has a ladder with 60-70 steps and after every 4 steps gets tired, that abd would have difficulty reaching the goal.

  • Some people listen to the sermons with their hearts and others with their minds.

  • Some people climb the ladder happily, some do it for entertainment, some say “we know this” , and some are in a hurry to go back to their work.

  • Stairs are for seekers of Allah (S.W.T) and the more near ones.

  • The ladder is for the students of علم. You have to use 4 limbs (i.e. you have to put in a lot of effort).

  • As for the stairs you do not need your arms as it is much easier to climb.

  • The stairs are for the more advanced students.

  • Between the heavens, there are 500 years of light.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) said, “Everyone has a miraj in their house. As you do good deeds, it increases. When a person dies, his miraj closes. Nobody can rise from the ladder of the other person. Everyone rises from his own.”

  • There are different types of ladders. Some are made from wood and some are made from iron or other strong materials.

  • Wood ladders can deteriorate once water is thrown on it.

  • The parable of that is a munafiq.

  • Children want to climb the ladders by themselves without any help and get tired and frustrated. That is a parable of one who wants to work by himself.

  • Salah is the correct way of obeying Allah (S.W.T)’s command and to humble yourself.

  • We must appear before Allah (S.W.T).

  • We answered the call with His (S.W.T)’s help and not by ourselves.

  • Sit in the company of people who praise Allah (S.W.T) from fajr until sunrise. It is better than freeing 4 slaves of the children of Ismail (A.S). It is the same from Asr to sunset.

  • Wear modest clothes to the mosque.

  • Run to salah.

  • TawakAllah is being conscious in His (S.W.T)’s Presence.

  • Whoever makes wudhu, faces the qiblah, and recites the shahadah, all the gates of Jannah will be opened for him.

  • The miraj begins with the wudhu.

  • There are 7 layers of wudhu:

  1. What you did with your hands.

  2. What you did with your mouth.

  3. What you breathed.

  4. What you did with the strength of your forearm.

  5. Clean the neck from the chain.

  6. Where you went with your feet.

  • Stand by your commitment and never break it.

  • Allah (S.W.T) is never unjust. Not even for the weight of an atom.

  • We are ordered to attain salah, not perform it.

  • Whoever prays the salah regularly will gain Allah’s love and protection.

  • Reckoning begins in the grave.

  • The first question which will be asked in the grave will be about salah.

  • Salah is mentioned in the Holy Quran 85 times.

  • Surah Miraj talks about the Day of Qiyamah and the consequences. Except for the musaleen.

  • No abd is a believer unless if he believes in the destiny (good/bad).

  • Wahee has many layers for which only Allah (S.W.T) knows.

  • Allah (S.W.T) talks directly to the angels.

  • There is indirect wahee.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) is the best role model.

 


Released: May 22 2020

Written: June 25 2020

  • The night of destiny is more rewarding than 1000 months of devotion.

  • It is a night of peace.

  • Fasting in the month of Ramadan is a blessing and favour bestowed on us.

  • Allah (S.W.T) says, “The good deeds people do are for themselves, but fasting is done for Me. I reward it Myself.”

  • Lailtaul Qadr is a reminder for the love of our religion.

  • Qadr means destiny.

  • The day one is born is Lailatul Qadr.

  • The day one dies is Lailatul Qadr.

  • Every single event in our life (fasting, praying, traveling, studying, going to the mosque etc.) are all written in Lailatul Qadr.

  • The early muslims in the time of Rasolullah (SA.W) pledged their allegiance to him.

  • They were always waiting for a new revelation from Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • They acquired knowledge directly from him (S.A.W).

  • They followed him as a role model.

  • The majority of the early muslims were youth.

  • Youth means under 40.

  • The first one was Abu Bakr (R.A). He was 37 years old.

  • Umar bin Khattab (R.A) was 23-27 years old.

  • Osman bin Affan (R.A) was 34 years old.

  • The sabah are good role models.

  • Allah (S.W.T) creates whatever He wants.

  • Youth are the nearest to following the truth.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) asked a youth what he wanted. He said, “I just want to be in your company in Jannah.”

  • The young ones wanted to support Allah (S.W.T) and Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • Zaid bin Harith (R.A) used to write the revelations when they came to Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • He was given the duty by Abu Bakr (R.A) to compile the Holy Quran.

  • Hassan (R.A) and Hussain (R.A) will be the sire of the youth in Jannah.

  • Keep Allah (S.W.T) in front of you, He will guide and protect you.

  • If you need help, only seek the help of Allah (S.W.T).

  • If the whole nation came to benefit you, it wouldn’t happen until Allah (S.W.T) would allow it.

  • What is written will happen for you.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) sent Musab ibn Umair to Madina to preach Islam.

  • The entire life of a believer is planning

  • Planning is part of devotion and ibadah.

  • Ali ibn Talib (R.A) was rushing towards knowledge at the age of 10.

  • Allah (S.W.T) chose him to be the companion of Rasolullah (S.A.W)

  • Sayidina Ali (R.A) was always in the company of Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • When Rasolullah (S.A.W) migrated to Madina Sharif, Ali (R.A) was 23 years old.

  • Abdullah ibn Ababs (R.A) was always in the company of Rasolullah (S.A.W) as well.

  • Abdullah ibn Umar (R.A) was the second person who narrated the hadith.

  • Asma bint Abu Bakr (R.A) was a sahabiya, daughter of a sahabah, grand daughter of a sahabah, the wife of a sahabah, mother of a sahabah, and sister of a sahabi.

  • She (R.A) was 14 years old when she accepted Islam.

  • The first thing that entered Abdullah (R.A), son of Asma (R.A) was the saliva of Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • She always gave away.

  • Saad bin Abi Waqas (R.A) was 17 years old when he accepted Islam.

  • He spent a lot of his time practicing archery.

  • He spent his time and money في سبيل الله.

  • Abdullah ibn Abbas narrated and memorized 1660 hadiths of Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • He used to travel behind Rasolullah (S.A.W).

  • He (R.A) used to say, “ Knowledge is sought. It does not come to you.”

    Ibn Abbas (R.A) had an eloquent tongue and a good and understanding heart.

  • “ What is lawful is known, and what is unlawful is known. Between that their are mixed matters.” This was the first hadith Noman (R.A) narrated.

  • He was known to interpret the laws.

  • Ibn Masoood practised the sunnah of Rasolullah (S.A.W) and held tight to whatever he (S.A.W) said.

  • He was a scholar.

  • Musab ibn Umair (R.A) was very successful in preaching Islam. A house would have at least 1-2 muslims.

  • When people came to make bayah with Rasolullah (S.A.W), they wanted him to send someone who would teach them about Islam. Rasolullah (S.A.W) sent Musab ibn Umayr (R.A).

  • He was the first ambassador of Islam.

  • Usama ibn Zaid (R.A) was a leader and he was under 20 years.

  • Rasolullah (S.A.W) found in each person a role they are good for,

  • They were worthy of keeping his(S.A.W)’s secrets.

  • Abu Hurrairah (R.A) was 27 years old when he accepted Islam.

  • When young people are attached to Allah (S.W.T), they will do good deeds and they will always be protected.

  • People whose hearts are attached to the mosque will be under Allah’s shade on the day of Qiyamah.

  • Aisha (R.A) spread so much knowledge. No woman has spread as much knowledge as her.

  • Seek the akhira, it would be better for you.

  • Whoever seeks the akhira, he has won both the dunya and akhira.

  • Whoever seeks the dunya will not be successful.

  • Before Rasolullah (S.A.W), the youth were well known.

  • Youths are the backbone of civilization.


 

Released: May 1 2020

Written: June 15 2020

  • They forgot about Allah (S.W.T) so He made them forget who they are.

  • The gate of a calamity is not going to stop until Allah wills.

  • Once the door is broken, it will never be repaired.

  • In the month of Ramadan, be generous.

  • Pardon each others mistakes.

  • Sadaqah in Ramadan is way better than sadaqah in any other month.

  • The reward is greater.

  • In the Abbasi time (8th century) people used to vie to give sadaqah, food, etc in the month of Ramadan.

  • Stay away from foul talk.

  • Good Muslims invest their time in doing actions which please Allah (S.W.T).

  • Ramadan is the month of spending, giving, and comforting people.

  • Night and day Allah (S.W.T) spend for His people.

  • Allah (S.W.T) says, “ O Son of Adam, spend on others and I will spend on you.”

  • Charity is the most noble deed (especially in Ramadan).

  • People who give charity, Allah (S.W.T) will increase their rewards.

  • Give charity in this world when you are no longer charitable.

  • Allah is certainly a monitoring guardian over you.

  • Look at what you put ahead for you in the future.

  • Give charity, even if it is a slice of date.

  • Whoever starts a good deed and people follow him, he will be rewarded for that deed.

  • Sadaqah quells the wrath of your Rab.

  • Everyone will be covered with their charity on the Day of Qiyamh until everyone is judged.

  • You are not a believer when your stomach is full but your neighbor’s is hungry.

  • What a shame for the person who needs Rasolullah (S.A.W)’s intercession on the Day of Qiyamh but did not do anything to deserve it.

  • Whoever hoards his money, it will be to his own disadvantage.

  • Rasoullah (S.A.W) said, “Protect yourself from the fire, even from a slice of date.”

  • Allah (S.W.T) said, “ I love it when my servants strive to do actions which pleases Me.”

  • Parents are givers, children are recipients.

  • Whoever gives for Allah, He (S.W.T) will reward them.

  • Sadaqah is zikr-Allah.

  • “Whoever object My orders will have a difficult life”- Allah (S.W.T).

  • To tell people to do good is a sadaqah.

  • To be kind to your parents is sadaqah.

  • To remove something harmful from the path is sadaqah.

  • Anything which pleases Allah (S.W.T) is sadaqah

  • Allah (S.W.T) said, “ O son of Adam (A.S), if you seek Me you will find Me, once you find Me, you will find everything else. If you miss Me, you will miss everything else.”

  • Whoever builds a mosque is Allah (S.W.T)’s neighbor.

  • The best sadaqah is sadaqah- jariyah.

  • Give sadaqah to treat ill- people.

  • Spend generously on the path of Allah (S.W.T)

  • To controls one anger is sadaqah.

  • Sadaqah removes sins.

  • To give sadaqah in Ramadan is the best.

 


 

Released: April 17 2020

Written: April 23 2020

  • We accept that Allah (S.W.T) is our Lord, Muhammed (S.A.W) is our Messenger, and Islam is our way of life.

  • We accept the Quran as our Imam and Guide.

  • We ask what we need only from Allah (S.W.T).

  • “If you fast, it will be better for you.”

  • Grant us to be grateful to you.

  • A tree is to bind two things together.

  • A tree from the beginning seeks light and grows in peace and protection.

  • A tree means to be firm and steadfast.

  • A tree can reach to the top if it’s in its destiny; not everyone can reach a certain level.

  • A good word is an act of charity.

  • A man may say a word which pleases Allah (S.W.T) (without knowing) and the effect may be that he will get good in the Hereafter.

  • A man may say a word which displeases Allah (S.W.T) and not knowing where or to whom it’ll reach. Allah (S.W.T) will write it down with anger and displeasure until the Day of Qiyamah.

  • A word is like a tree; Allah (S.W.T) knows where it will reach and what are the benefits and consequences of it.

  • The parable of a muslim is like a palm tree.

  • A good word is like a healthy tree which has strong roots and its branches in the sky.

  • A bad word is like a bad tree that is pulled out from its roots and not stable.

  • Words can either bring Allah (S.W.T)’s pleasure or wrath.

  • Those who believe Allah (S.W.T) is their Lord and fix their acts, the heavenly angels will say, “ Don’t be afraid and grieve.”

  • Every good deed will be multiplied by 10.

  • Whose word could be more beautiful than one who calls others to Allah?

  • A good deed can not equal a bad deed.

  • Controlling ones tongue is most important.

  • All good words bear fruit.

  • Speak kindly to people.

  • Maintain prayers.

  • What a beautiful return, coming back to your Lord.

  • The best seed you can plant is: سبحان الله والحمد لله ولا إله إلا الله وأكبر. Every time you say that, a tree is planted for you in Jannah.

  • The tree represents ranks in the Hereafter.

  • A tree has many meanings.

  • Allah (S.W.T) represents His words as oceans.

  • The heart of a believer is always connected with Allah (S.W.T).

  • There is a type of tree which sits in the mosque.

  • Bad trees: 1. Zaqoom

  1. The tree of immortality (Adam(A.S)’s time)

  • When you curse, the land says,“ Damned is the one who disobeys Allah (S.W.T).”

 

 


Released: April 10 2020

Written: April 19 2020

  • There is no it except when you say ‘Be’ and ‘it’ is.

  • You (S.WT) are the sole provider of everything.

  • Those who are guided know You.

  • Allah’s beautiful attributes brought us to existence.

  • Your أسماء الحسنى maintain our lives.

  • We all bow before Your Holiness.

  • One after another You (S.W.T) created us and one after another You (S.W.T) will take us back.

  • The messengers are a witness over us.

  • Maintain your regular salat prayers.

  • Calamities happen because of peoples own sinful actions against Allah (S.W.T) and His Messenger.

  • Allah (S.W.T) set up a disease but He also set up a cure.

  • Except one disease which is old age.

  • Just like how you break a law right now (Covid-19) and face the consequences, you will also face the consequences if you break Allah (S.W.T)’s law.

  • Our Lord (S.W.T) defined wrong and right and what leads to safety and what leads to harm in this journey.

  • Be mindful of Allah (S.W.T) and He will protect you.

  • Be mindful of Allah (S.W.T) and you will find Him with you.

  • If you want to ask something, ask from Allah (S.W.T).

  • If you want to seek help, seek help from Allah (S.W.T).

  • Those who suffered the most are the Prophets and the Messengers.

  • Trials increase your ranks.

  • The trials the prophets suffered are a lesson from us.

  • If prophets were trialed, who are we no to?

  • Implore Allah (S.W.T) with fear and mercy. Indeed Allah (S.W.T)’s mercy is near to those who believe.

  • To alleviate hardships from among you, pray and come back to Allah (S.W.T).

  • Allah (S.W.T) does not reject anyone who asks Him.

  • He (S.WT) does not disappoint those who have hope.

  • Praying to Him is a must.

  • Whoever says: بسم الله توكلت على الله لا حول ولا قوة إلا بالله العلي العظيم will be protected and shaytan will stay away from him/her.

  • Now is certainly the time to come back to Allah (S.W.T).

  • Obedience is to Allah (S.W.T)’s command is beneficial for the servant,

  • Your Lord is never unaware of what you do.

  • Only Allah (S.W.T) has the true cure.

  • Do good to receive benefit.

  • Whoever places his trust in Allah it will be enough.

  • He (S.W.T) will prove to be supreme.

  • Allah (S.W.T) let this pandemic happen.

  • Whoever dies will know that the truth and reality is Allah (S.W.T).

  • Allah (S.W.T) will show His Mercy by saying, if you repent it will be good for you.

  • You need a total repentance, not a partial.

  • All calamities come with sin and only repentance alleviates the calamities.

  • There is only One who we need to strengthen our relationship with and that is Allah (S.W.T).

  • Come back to Him (S.W.T) for one day you will eventually submit to Him (S.W.T).

  • O people! Allah’s promise is surely true.

  • Do not be deceived by the pleasures of this dunya.

  • Do not let the devil tempt you.

 

 

 

 

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