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post Dec 30 2013, 10:00 PM, updated 7y ago

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Airports in Japan becoming Muslim friendly

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International airports in Japan are striving to become friendlier to Muslims amid a steep increase in visitors from the Islamic world following the Japanese government’s relaxation of regulations for issuing visas.


An increase in private prayer rooms for Muslims, who pray five times a day, and availability of meals in compliance with Islamic rules are among efforts taken by airports.


Airport officials stress that they will show the heart of Japanese hospitality at the thresholds into Japan as Tokyo will host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

On Dec. 1, Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture put up a new sign saying “Prayer Room” for Muslims in front of private rooms in its first and second terminals. Each room is covered with a carpet and a direction panel on the ceiling so that Muslims can readily fall to their knees and pray in the direction of their holy place Mecca.

The rooms, called Silence Rooms, could be used for prayer in the past but had no Prayer Room sign.

In the past, there were Muslims who performed prayers on the terminal building floor after arriving at Narita as they did not know of the existence of the private rooms, according to a 35-year-old member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan, an association of Muslims in Japan.


Japan relaxed the rules for issuance to visas to visitors from Indonesia, Malaysia and three other Southeast Asian nations in July. Muslims account for an estimated 90% of Indonesia’s 240 million population and 60% of Malaysia’s 29 million.


A total of 28,000 people visited Japan from Indonesia and Malaysia in October, up 40% from a year earlier.

A public relations official at Narita Airport said the operator of the airport near Tokyo should have done more to publicize the presence of prayer rooms for Muslims and make facilities there friendlier to them.

“We will seek to create a user-friendly airport for Muslims and other people who will visit Japan for the Olympic Games,” the official added.

The company has already started taking necessary steps. For example, it will install by January washing equipment in the prayer rooms for Muslims to purify themselves before performing prayers. By next summer, furthermore, two prayer rooms will be built in the area where passengers walk through after embarkation procedures.

Kansai Airport, which created a prayer room in 2006, announced a plan in August to open two more rooms by next spring.

The airport in Osaka has also started joint efforts with tenants in its passenger terminal building to better receive visitors from the Islamic world. Starting this summer, a noodle shop and another restaurant began serving meals prepared in compliance with Islamic cooking rules, called Halal, which include a ban on the use of pork.

Haneda Airport in Tokyo will open a prayer room by next March.

Major airports in Europe, a popular destination of tourists from the Islamic world, have already completed prayer rooms for Muslims, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.


Airports in Japan have begun earnest efforts at last to become friendly to Muslims, said Ken Fujita, head of a project at the ASEAN Promotion Center on Trade, Investment and Tourism in Tokyo to provide information on Islam to airports.

More Muslims should visit Japan if the efforts are recognized widely in the Islamic world, he added.

http://muslimvillage.com/2013/12/27/47845/...uslim-friendly/


Non-Muslim countries are accomodating to Muslims religious requirements and obligations in their airports


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Muslim prayer room in Germany airport


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Muslim prayer room in Thailand airport

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post Dec 30 2013, 10:05 PM

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Meanwhile in Malaysia

QUOTE(NUR_VER.3 @ Dec 28 2013, 09:04 PM)
Well we dont call ourselves islamic country for nothing.

Sometimes u just have to accept the fact that u are living in malaysia and not in the us.

I can 100% guarantee that malaysia wont be like US in ur lifetime.

So better start learning to adapt and live with it.

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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:05 PM)
Meanwhile in Malaysia
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post Dec 30 2013, 10:06 PM

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It's not just for Muslims tho , they just cater to people of all faiths.

Sadly it's always misused especially after 12 when the rails shut down and turn into a sleeping hall
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post Dec 30 2013, 10:06 PM

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post Dec 30 2013, 10:07 PM

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sked kena bomb thats y try be friendly.
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post Dec 30 2013, 10:08 PM

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hey, a good news for muslim from mr-technically-know-islam-from-internet.

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post Dec 30 2013, 10:09 PM

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I'm actually surprised so many muslims want to see Japan. I think it's thanks to TV.

I remember Oshin is one of their favourite shows in Iran/Iraq
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QUOTE(potemkin @ Dec 30 2013, 10:06 PM)
It's not just for Muslims tho , they just cater to people of all faiths.

Sadly it's always misused especially after 12 when the rails shut down and turn into a sleeping hall
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Not misuse mah.

I know ppl sleep in our suraus.

Also church n mosques are traditionally places of refuge - no place to sleep then seek refuge tak salah pon
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else, if other passengers saw muslims praying in the terminal, there might be terror alert. so better to provide them with prayer room, away from public scrutiny...
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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:00 PM)
meanwhile in Malaysia, majority suppress minority and even accuse them of bullying them... whistling.gif

Airports in Japan becoming Muslim friendly

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International airports in Japan are striving to become friendlier to Muslims amid a steep increase in visitors from the Islamic world following the Japanese government’s relaxation of regulations for issuing visas.

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Japan & other Europe airport don't have mosque nearby unlike Islamic country

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post Dec 30 2013, 10:25 PM


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QUOTE(Mustadio @ Dec 30 2013, 10:21 PM)
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Japan & other Europe airport don't have mosque nearby unlike Islamic country

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that's out of the airport.

how about people transiting?
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Rendezvouss dtg lg dgn tered informasi Islam beliau.. Thnx for the info it very useful for muslim who will going to Japan.. thumbup.gif
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post Dec 30 2013, 10:32 PM

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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:05 PM)
Meanwhile in Malaysia
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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:05 PM)
Meanwhile in Malaysia
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QUOTE(slimey @ Dec 30 2013, 10:25 PM)
that's out of the airport.

how about people transiting?
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for Muslim traveler ( musafir ) it's not an issue because

there are 2 types of salat for those who are traveling or in a state of musafir; Jamak and Qasar. Jamak is combining two prayers at one time period and it has 2 types; Taqdeem and Ta’khir. Jamak Taqdeem is combining Asar with Zuhur and Isya with maghrib. Jamak Ta’khir is combining Zuhur in the time of Asar and Maghrib in the time of Isya’.

Qasar is the shortening of a 4 raka’at prayer into a 2 raka’at prayer.

Both these prayers are a gift from Allah to give ease for those in a state of musafir.






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I dont know what your motive is, u want to say malaysia dun have non muslim temple we already have many.

U want to compare to japan? Do you even know how many mosque in japan? Almost none.

Can u say kuil in malaysia is lesser than mosque in japan? NO.

Please state your motive
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QUOTE(NUR_VER.3 @ Dec 30 2013, 10:40 PM)
I dont know what your motive is, u want to say malaysia dun have non muslim temple we already have many.

U want to compare to japan? Do you even know how many mosque in japan? Almost none.

Can u say kuil in malaysia is lesser than mosque in japan? NO.

Please state your motive
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I dont understand, the reason there is a faith room/prayer room is because there is a large number of muslim visitors in those country.

And the religion itself require the devotee to pray at regular hours.

Not other religion has such a strict ruling about time and place, and need.

So it doesn't make sense for KLIA to build temple?church?tokong?
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asal ada topik berkait ngan Islam jer suma mula nak vroom
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QUOTE(NUR_VER.3 @ Dec 30 2013, 10:40 PM)
I dont know what your motive is, u want to say malaysia dun have non muslim temple we already have many.

U want to compare to japan? Do you even know how many mosque in japan? Almost none.

Can u say kuil in malaysia is lesser than mosque in japan? NO.

Please state your motive
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non-muslim countries accomodate and sensitive to muslim religious requirements even though they are minority.

meanwhile in malaysia, majority practise majoritarianism with no regards to minorities and even accuse minority of bullying the majority whistling.gif
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it's a one way street in term of respect when dealing with religion
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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:00 PM)
meanwhile in Malaysia, majority suppress minority and even accuse them of bullying them... whistling.gif

Airports in Japan becoming Muslim friendly

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International airports in Japan are striving to become friendlier to Muslims amid a steep increase in visitors from the Islamic world following the Japanese government’s relaxation of regulations for issuing visas.


An increase in private prayer rooms for Muslims, who pray five times a day, and availability of meals in compliance with Islamic rules are among efforts taken by airports.


Airport officials stress that they will show the heart of Japanese hospitality at the thresholds into Japan as Tokyo will host the 2020 Summer Olympic Games.

On Dec. 1, Narita Airport in Chiba Prefecture put up a new sign saying “Prayer Room” for Muslims in front of private rooms in its first and second terminals. Each room is covered with a carpet and a direction panel on the ceiling so that Muslims can readily fall to their knees and pray in the direction of their holy place Mecca.

The rooms, called Silence Rooms, could be used for prayer in the past but had no Prayer Room sign.

In the past, there were Muslims who performed prayers on the terminal building floor after arriving at Narita as they did not know of the existence of the private rooms, according to a 35-year-old member of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Japan, an association of Muslims in Japan.


Japan relaxed the rules for issuance to visas to visitors from Indonesia, Malaysia and three other Southeast Asian nations in July. Muslims account for an estimated 90% of Indonesia’s 240 million population and 60% of Malaysia’s 29 million.


A total of 28,000 people visited Japan from Indonesia and Malaysia in October, up 40% from a year earlier.

A public relations official at Narita Airport said the operator of the airport near Tokyo should have done more to publicize the presence of prayer rooms for Muslims and make facilities there friendlier to them.

“We will seek to create a user-friendly airport for Muslims and other people who will visit Japan for the Olympic Games,” the official added.

The company has already started taking necessary steps. For example, it will install by January washing equipment in the prayer rooms for Muslims to purify themselves before performing prayers. By next summer, furthermore, two prayer rooms will be built in the area where passengers walk through after embarkation procedures.

Kansai Airport, which created a prayer room in 2006, announced a plan in August to open two more rooms by next spring.

The airport in Osaka has also started joint efforts with tenants in its passenger terminal building to better receive visitors from the Islamic world. Starting this summer, a noodle shop and another restaurant began serving meals prepared in compliance with Islamic cooking rules, called Halal, which include a ban on the use of pork.

Haneda Airport in Tokyo will open a prayer room by next March.

Major airports in Europe, a popular destination of tourists from the Islamic world, have already completed prayer rooms for Muslims, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.


Airports in Japan have begun earnest efforts at last to become friendly to Muslims, said Ken Fujita, head of a project at the ASEAN Promotion Center on Trade, Investment and Tourism in Tokyo to provide information on Islam to airports.

More Muslims should visit Japan if the efforts are recognized widely in the Islamic world, he added.

http://muslimvillage.com/2013/12/27/47845/...uslim-friendly/


Non-Muslim countries are accomodating to Muslims religious requirements and obligations in their airports


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Surau in Singapore Changi airport

user posted image
Muslim prayer room in Melbourne, Australia
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Muslim prayer room in Germany airport
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Muslim prayer room in Thailand airport
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u have problem pray in Malaysia? or urself xsembahyang loo..
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QUOTE(wwwmedia @ Dec 30 2013, 11:03 PM)
u have problem pray in Malaysia? or urself xsembahyang loo..
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Oh look!! "Im-more-pious-than-thou" syndrome and "Im-guaranteed-to-go-to-heaven-unlike-thou" syndrome
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QUOTE(regiuseven @ Dec 30 2013, 10:07 PM)
He needs more 'Attention' . Ada relation dengan squidward kot laugh.gif
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QUOTE(ManyGer @ Dec 30 2013, 10:46 PM)
u feel insulted ???
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he wants a naked truth instead of wasting time merry go round nonsense.

insulted or not is 2nd issue.
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QUOTE(Uzumaki NaruTo @ Dec 30 2013, 11:07 PM)
He needs more 'Attention' . Ada relation dengan squidward kot laugh.gif
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and u actually bother to reply in my threads. oh the irony. rolleyes.gif

but its ok i understand biggrin.gif

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QUOTE(ManyGer @ Dec 30 2013, 10:46 PM)
u feel insulted ???
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U dont even know what we are talking about so butt out will ya.

QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:53 PM)
non-muslim countries accomodate and sensitive to muslim religious requirements even though they are minority.

meanwhile in malaysia, majority practise majoritarianism with no regards to minorities and even accuse minority of bullying the majority whistling.gif
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Japan accomodate and sensitive to muslim religious requirements?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

U never been to japan do you? Please la dont be too desperate dissing Malaysia if you yourself are blind to see how diverse Malaysia is in terms of embracing other religion.

Have u seen Japan announce PUBLIC HOLIDAY for other religion?

How many Public holiday in malaysia dedicated for other religion?

How many non muslim temples and kuils available in Malaysia? How does that compare to Japan? U see many different temple,kuil AND mosque in japan?

Man u are as desperate as I expected, Japan baru je bukak tempat solat kecik dekat airport hang dah cakap OMG OMG JAPAN LOVES MUSLIM OMG MALAYSIA NO FREEDOM LA OMG OMG OMG

pancut awal sgt la lu.

Dah la tido lagi bagus. rolleyes.gif

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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 11:17 PM)
and u actually bother to reply in my threads. oh the irony. rolleyes.gif

but its ok i understand biggrin.gif
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because your intention are becoming apparent? next time make a checklist ya. saves the humiliation of opening the same thread?
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QUOTE(Mustadio @ Dec 30 2013, 10:35 PM)
for Muslim traveler ( musafir ) it's not an issue because

there are 2 types of salat for those who are traveling or in a state of musafir; Jamak and Qasar. Jamak is combining two prayers at one time period and it has 2 types; Taqdeem and Ta’khir. Jamak Taqdeem is combining Asar with Zuhur and Isya with maghrib. Jamak Ta’khir is combining Zuhur in the time of Asar and Maghrib in the time of Isya’.

Qasar is the shortening of a 4 raka’at prayer into a 2 raka’at prayer.

Both these prayers are a gift from Allah to give ease for those in a state of musafir.
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for 3 days only come the 4th day need to solat like normal
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QUOTE(Uzumaki NaruTo @ Dec 30 2013, 11:29 PM)
because your intention are becoming apparent? next time make a checklist ya. saves the humiliation of opening the same thread?
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TS too desperate to mock Malaysia, all this while open threads worship singapore like god.
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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:53 PM)
non-muslim countries accomodate and sensitive to muslim religious requirements even though they are minority.

meanwhile in malaysia, majority practise majoritarianism with no regards to minorities and even accuse minority of bullying the majority whistling.gif
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dude please , Japan most probably are one of the hardest place in the universe to find a mosque.
maybe you should close your thread immediately because you just making yourself looks absolute genius laugh.gif

go get some fresh oxygen because your brain is dying, fastttttttt
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QUOTE(NUR_VER.3 @ Dec 30 2013, 11:21 PM)
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U dont even know what we are talking about so butt out will ya.
Japan accomodate and sensitive to muslim religious requirements?

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

U never been to japan do you? Please la dont be too desperate dissing Malaysia if you yourself are blind to see how diverse Malaysia is in terms of embracing other religion.

Have u seen Japan announce PUBLIC HOLIDAY for other religion?

How many Public holiday in malaysia dedicated for other religion?

How many non muslim temples and kuils available in Malaysia? How does that compare to Japan? U see many different temple,kuil AND mosque in japan?

Man u are as desperate as I expected, Japan baru je bukak tempat solat kecik dekat airport hang dah cakap OMG OMG JAPAN LOVES MUSLIM OMG MALAYSIA NO FREEDOM LA OMG OMG OMG

pancut awal sgt la lu.

Dah la tido lagi bagus. rolleyes.gif
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country japan is created on the basis of japanese people Yamato as the majority, they have other races that incorporated in early 20th century

too bad malaysia is build on 4 distinct race identified individually

thus so many unproductive holidays
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QUOTE(mcchin @ Dec 30 2013, 11:40 PM)
country japan is created on the basis of japanese people Yamato as the majority, they have other races that incorporated in early 20th century

too bad malaysia is build on 4 distinct race identified individually

thus so many unproductive holidays
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U are missing the point entirely, we are talking about other issues here. Shooo


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U are missing the point entirely, we are talking about other issues here. Shooo
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QUOTE(rendezvouss @ Dec 30 2013, 10:00 PM)
meanwhile in Malaysia, majority suppress minority and even accuse them of bullying them... whistling.gif
meanwhile in malaysia you have streets like pitt street in penang where there is a mosque, indian & chinese temple and a church.
you sure you want it like in overseas where the minorites have limited places of worships?
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Later if <insert religion> see <insert religion> praying there then how??? Fight for ownership??
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becoz in japan no relijus agendas like islam uber alles
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QUOTE(NUR_VER.3 @ Dec 30 2013, 11:21 PM)
Man u are as desperate as I expected, Japan baru je bukak tempat solat kecik dekat airport hang dah cakap OMG OMG JAPAN LOVES MUSLIM OMG MALAYSIA NO FREEDOM LA OMG OMG OMG

pancut awal sgt la lu.
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