Democratic Republic of Iran جمهوری دموکراتیک ایران

The Only Way Forward

بر ماست که کاری زینبی کنیم / Mousavi’s message for the month of Moharram

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Full English translation of Mir Hossein Mousavi’s message for the arrival of the month of Muharram is as follows:

In the name of God

“Those who say: Our God is Allah, and afterward is upright; the angels descend upon them, saying: Fear not nor grieve, but hear good tidings of the paradise which you are promised.” (Holy Quran: Chapter Fussilat, Versus 30)

Once again we are in the month of Muharram and approaching the anniversary of the commemoration of a movement that was initiated centuries ago to return human to their innate high stature and the brightest symbol of humanity of the time and all times that chose to call out for justice and reveal fallacy over shameful silence despite all the pains that were lurking for him. [Imam] Hossein stood up at a time that he found what was left from the movement of his grandfather (prophet Mohammad) was attacked by the totalitarian storm of the power seekers and saw the religion being slaughtered for the magisterial of the palace of oppression and narcissism. Hossein was witnessing that they (the government) were wearing a clothes of justice over the fallacy and were portraying the justice as fallacy. Hossein was seeing that this time the intention of the power seekers was not only to gain control over all the power but rather to keep it at any cost and by relying on money, force and deception. He saw that this time it is the religion itself that is the target of the narcissists and it is not silence anymore that could help keep the little light of belief alive and it is the time for standing in front of all those, who in the name of being the successor to the prophet and the ruler of Muslims, were destroying the religion and religiousness to stay in power just a little bit longer.

Hossein knew that the mortar between the stones of the palace of power was lie and it is the call of truth seeking that would abolish it. Hossein knew that what great sufferings were waiting for him in that path: hired clerics would accuse him of abandoning the religion and creating sedation; would surrender the family of the prophet in difficulties and repetitive disgraces; and would put him at the cross road of choosing between a shameful life [of being silence to live] and standing for justice [and die for it]. And he chose to stand. Hossein broke silence to protect the religion of his grandfather from annihilation and accepted the leadership of a movement that was not for fame and power but for fixing wrong doings and cleaning abominations. This is why the noble men and women, who followed him, from any religion and sect, considered him the everlasting symbol of freedom seeking.

Centuries later, the Islamic revolution happened in a land with deep-rooted culture and civilization, and people who had previously proven their leadership in recognizing their best interests in a transformed world and in this part of the world  by the constitutional revolution, the movement of nationalizing oil and the movement of Khordad 15  and the creation of dialogue on freedom seeking, justice and search for independence [from the foreign influence] to progress and achieve a society in which human can reach financial peace and pious blessing. We all remember how the roaring flood of the protestors on Tasua (the day before Aashura) and Aashura of 1357 (1357 of Persian calendar: the year 1978) ended a tyrant regime (Shah’s government) that had shut down all peaceful means of criticism and objection and in the last years of its life had hallucinations that more than anything were the results of being disconnected from the realities of the society.

The tyrant rulers were surrounded by their limited toadeaters and flatterers such that instead of hearing the sound of their legitimacy cracking they were looking for hearing the voice of support from paranormal powers in their hallucinations, obliterate to the fact that the greatest asset of any country is the support of its people from the officials by free and informed participation; obliterate to the fact that legitimacy must be sought in daily improvement of people’s living condition; obliterate to the fact that the majesty must be sought in the hearts of people not in the armed parades and show of weapon stockpiles. And this is why the people of this land turned back on the rulers and the greatest revolution of the century was formed.

The millions of people, who took on the streets on days of Tasua and Aashura (of 1978), found their over hundred year old demands in the call of the man whose perseverance in undertaking the path they had tested. In the rallies of those days, everyone was participating with their ideas, beliefs and color. Those unfamiliar yesterday would become familiar faces that day; selfishness would turn into selflessness and “I”s to “We”. Since the next day of victory, those people were enthusiastic to build and reconstruct the wreckage in front of their eyes and put hands in each others’ hands with kindness. Even when disagreements escalated, they were united in front of the invading enemy (Saddam) and defended their inherited land. And who has forgotten that all across Iran was the scene for heroism: the frontlines and behind the frontlines, factories and farms, schools and universities, homes and offices, all and all were the scene for struggle and work to defend this land. And who has forgotten that when we had to accept the peace deal, the same suffered but resilient people, stood in front of those few who had sought shelter and help from the invaders, and showed that the decision to withdraw from the war was not based on fear and lack of belief but rather was based on wisdom and foresight. They showed that they consider the mistakes of their leaders forgivable because of believing in their sincerity and confession to mistake not only would not lessen the stature of their leaders but rather increase their affection in the hearts of the people. They showed that they have adopted a religion to guide their actions that has logic for its war and peace. They showed that for them, religious beliefs are guidance for them that would bring them to their destination in the mist of sand storm of the time. That was why whenever they would see themselves furthering from the path, they would attempt to fix it: Khordad 2nd (first term Mohammad Khatami was elected to president and the birth of reform movement) and Khordad 22nd (day of the rigged presidential elections in 2009) were from this vigilance.

But what a pity that the totalitarians that consider monopoly in power as their only way of surviving this time didn’t care about these just demands [of the people] at all. The totalitarians lined up all their facilities and media in front of the will of the majority, and shot their deadliest ammunition of allegation and false accusations toward the people who wanted change; and when, because of the unprecedented presence of the people, their routine cheats and tricks did not work in the process of election, they found the solution in an election coup d’état: they put aside counting the votes and announced their victory; attacked the oppositions’ campaign centers and arrested activists. And when angry and humiliated people took on the streets to peacefully and quietly demand their indisputable rights and respect for their votes, they (the totalitarians) declared shedding their bloods (blood of the people) not a sin and created the bloody events like the [Tehran] University dormitory and Kahrizak [prison] and similar to those. (Note: The government’s thugs and plain clothes militia along with the police forces twice attacked the dormitory of Tehran University and beat and killed students by throwing them off the rooftops and shooting at them. At Kahrizak prison that many Green protestors arrested and held at this prison, were killed under government’s torture, three of whom the government confessed to their murder.)

You remember what they did to the protesting mourners during last year’s Aashura: They (the government’s thugs and police forces) threw the protestors off the bridges, run over their defenseless bodies by cars, and shot at their love-filled hearts. And then shamelessly called the reaction of angry people by showing incomplete and selective footage in their media as the riot of foreign-supported goons and cried Islam is in danger! Was that person whose body was run over twice by the police car an American or Israeli? Or those who were shot directly on midday Aashura while calling [Imam] Hossein’s name were of the army of Yazid (the tyrant who was ruling Muslims and ordered the killing of Imam Hossein) or Amreas or Ebn-Ziad (deceitful agents of the tyrant rulers of the time)? After that also they arrested several men and women of the best sons and daughters of this revolution and land so that they would silence these voices. Little they know they suppressed anger of informed and oppressed people is more dangerous that their voice seeking justice.

My Green minded companions: These days the religion and its practice are going through difficult times and these days many of you ask, given all these deceptions, how one can save the pure hearts of this land’s youths from the constant waves of rejecting the religion? The answer of this humble companion of yours is that rejecting the religion finds ground to extend when the religion that is being advertized violates the very basic foundations of moral principles such as honesty and not lying; [and when] in the name of the religion, horrific crimes are committed, and in order to defeat the oppositions false accusations and lies against them are preached from the holy platforms of the Friday Prayers as not only allowed but desirable; [and when the government] mobilizes all platforms and mosques to spread false accusations and lies against the opposition by issuing memos and at the very same places the rights of the teachers and workers be ignored; and [when] the social gap, corruption and prostitution caused by the unprecedented poverty, the [high] divorce rate and unemployment be considered as normal phenomena. In such situation, how can youths identify that all these oppressions, violence and hatreds that are being assertively presented as Islam by those having the official platforms, have nothing to do with Islam? And while they have been the innocent witnesses of the massive financial and cultural problems as well as the extensive presence of lies in all affairs, how can they believe that preserving the establishment is based on preserving the moral and Islamic values and the national interests and not based on preserving the individuals at power by any means? Now instead of facing the true face of the religion which is a kind and merciful one, they are facing an ugly face which knows no other language but violence and force. They witness how the rights of the people which have been stated in the constitution are being ignored, and separation of the branches [of the government] which is a barrier against creation of the above-the-law and unlimited powers is being violated repeatedly, and the independence of the judiciary, judges and courts is destroyed by the security authorities, and the parliament that is supposed to be on top of all affairs is influenced by orders; and reckless adventures in the foreign policy are becoming norm, and military officials end up in greed and gaining money instead of fulfilling their duties; and absolutely no opposition voice is being tolerated, and the prisons are filled with women and men that do not put up with these views of the rulers.

In these critical times, let us take action as Zeynab (sister of Imam Hossein who after the martyrdom of his brother and while was taken as a prisoner of war did not keep silence and unveiled the facts) did and give the true message of religion with its spiritual face to those who are thirsty for truth. It is our responsibility to learn and teach others that the false claims of those pretending to be religious should not be considered as what the religion truly is; it is our responsibility to tell the true story of the revolution for the generation that whatever knows is either via distorting media or via those narrative it while have been against it; and in this telling the facts we should not be afraid from fairly criticizing the past and at the same time we should avoid denying its great achievements. It is our responsibility to tell the truth like Zeynab and erode the mortar that holds the palace of lies together. It is our everlasting responsibility to keep alive the memory of high statured martyrs of the revolution, the war, and the events of after the election and the noble women and men in the prisons, just like all the family of Imam Hossein. And it is our responsibility to help protect the traditional social centers by organizing and attending the ceremonies for commemorating the epic of Aashura in this memorable month.

 

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مصاحبه اختصاصی محمد رضا حیدری با تلویزیون دولتی نروژ

Mohammed Reza Heydari finally speaks out.  In an interview with Norwegian National Television, the former Iranian consul in Norway says that the Iranian regime contacted him after he resigned and offered not to touch him if he would come back to Iran, in exchange, that he give an official interview and take back his resignation.

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خامنه ای19دی:تشکرازجنایات بسیج و وحشت ازاعتصابات

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Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi calls protestors “Corruptors on earth”

The leader of the Haghani Circle (Hojjatieh), and one of the principal architects of the stolen election, fundamentalist leader Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi in a recent sermon called the post-election events “corruption on earth.” According to Iranian laws, punishment for a “corrupter on earth” and “mohareb” is death.

At a gathering of IRGC commanders, Mesbah Yazdi who now heads Imam Khomeini’s Educational and Research Institute in Qum said: “Seditions and events which have taken place in the country over the past few months have not been unprecedented in the history and they won’t be the last of them, either.  Of course the types of slogans, actions, and covers are different now, but they share the same titles of one or more ‘corruptions on earth.”

After the verdicts for five Ashura protesters who are facing execution was announced, concern about such statements which obviously provide religious justification for execution of political dissidents who criticize the Islamic Republic’s Leader on grounds of identification as “mohareb” has been rising.  Over the past few months, several sources have reported of Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi’s having issued “fatwa’s” after calling anti-government protesters as “mohareb,” news which has never been denied by this extremist cleric who is a member of the Council of Experts, nor those close to him.

Original source: Iranhumanrights.org

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Identity of Man Run Over by Police Car During Ashura

Abbas (Shahram) Farajzadeh Tarani was thirty-years old when a police car  backed into him and then ran over him again, killing him on Dec. 27. His death was captured by fellow protesters  on video (See below).  He worked in a paint factory and leaves behind his wife and five year-old daughter.  Like many of those martyred during the post-election unrest, the Iranian government has done its best to stop the impact of his death.

As was told to us by a third-party source, after he was hit, fellow protesters and one relative took his body to the hospital. But, when his family arrived at the hospital, his body was missing.  Shortly thereafter, government officials called his brother to tell him that Shahram’s body was being buried in Behesht Zahra, the main cemetery in Tehran.

Full story @ Iranian.com

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Mousavi’s Statement Regarding the Events of Bloody Ashura (#17)

Mir Hossein Mousavi’s complete statement is as follows:


In the name of God the Compassionate and the Merciful

It was constantly told to me and [my] friends that if we don’t issue any statements, people would not take to the streets and would quit their protests and demands, and peace would return to the country. I, as one of those accompanying the great Green movement of the people, was not in favour of this idea and believed that things would not go back to normal unless the necessary reforms based on the clear principles of the constitution were carried out.

For the commemoration of Ashura, despite several requests, neither Karoubi, Khatami, myself nor any other friend issued any statement. Yet, people spontaneously came to the scene and showed that the extensive social networks formed spontaneously during and after the election, would not wait for statements and announcements. While, people neither had any accompanying or encouraging newspaper nor had the benefit of the state-run television and radio which is supposed to be bipartisan, fair and wise, yet all the nations and people of the world witnessed that in the middle of a storm of threats, propaganda, insults and godless callings, the mourners of Imam Hossein (Prophet Mohammad’s grandson) on this holly day (Ashura), while calling on Hossein, peacefully and without chanting any radical slogans took to the streets and squares [of the cities] which they had chosen themselves; and this time again faced provocative actions. Unbelievable brutalities like running people over by cars, shooting at people by the plain clothes militia that today their identity is not hidden from anyone and every day their faces and the faces of their puppeteers get more and more unveiled, created a disaster that its consequences will not leave the political scene of our country anytime soon.

Watching the shocking footages of Ashura shows that if sometimes slogans and actions moved toward unacceptable radicalism, it is because of throwing innocent people of bridges and heights, shootings, running them over by cars and assassinations. It is interesting that in some of these footages, people were seeing their [religious] brothers behind the faces of the oppressive police and Basij forces and in that critical situation and on that deafening and hateful day they were trying to protect them from any harm. If the state-run television and radio had the slightest bit of fairness, in order to calm the atmosphere and bring people closer together, it would have shown a little of these scenes. But no way! The progress of events after Ashura and the extent of arrests and other government’s actions showed that the authorities are repeating the same past mistakes this time in a greater scale and think that the policy of terror is their only solution.

Assume that with all the arrests, brutalities, threats, and shutting the mouths of newspapers and media you can silence people for a few days, how do you solve the change in people’s view of the establishment? How do you rectify the lack of legitimacy? How do you change the stunned and blaming views of all people of the world over all this brutality of a government against its own people? What do you do with the problems the country’s economy and living conditions that are getting worse because of extreme weakness of the administration? With what backing of expertise, national unity and effective foreign policy, you want to alleviate the shadow of more UN resolutions and the international attempts for gaining more points from our country and our nation?

They think that by pushing back the intellectuals, scholars, academia and political activists, they can return to the day before the election without going back to the roots of today’s country’s problems. But those who have studied the history and know a little about the complicated nature of the sociology know that this idea is the result of an illusion for escaping from the reality and seeking refuge to shallow and deceiving actions.

I clearly and bluntly say that the order of execution, murder, or imprisonment of Karoubi, Mousavi and figures like us will not solve the problem. The announcements made this Wednesday in Enghelab Square (central Tehran) and before that during the last Friday prayer by some figures affiliated with the establishment will make the consequence of any terrorist act the direct liability of the center [of the establishment] and will make the problem of the current crisis unsolvable. Calling a major portion of the society a bunch of insignificant cows and goats and calling them dirt and straws and declaring the murdering of Imam Hossein’s mourners Mobah (religiously allowed) are disasters that are currently happening by a known group and the state-run television and radio. What kind of speech is this that from a government’s podium invites people to fight with each other and calls a group the party of God and the other the party of Devil? They announce several times in a short speech to the people that it is a war! Are these remarks call for civil war and riots? Considering the use of religious language and references to Quran’s versus and the teaching of the prophet, the knowledgeable Marajeh and clergymen can say what should be done to these kinds of people.

What relates to me as a small member of the society is [the concern over] the reception of any deviation in the path of Islam and our beloved country and the remarks in the past few days, reminds me of the word of Imam Khomeini (peace be upon him) that “Kill us and we will get stronger.” I have no worries of becoming one the martyrs that lost in their lives in quest for their religiously and nationally legitimate demands since the election and my blood is not redder than those martyred.

I bluntly say that unless the existence of a serious crisis in the country is recognized, no solution to the problems and issues can be found. Not recognizing the crisis will become the justification for continuation of the oppressive solutions. Recognizing the current crisis can put the solution not in confrontation but rather in national unity. Accusing people of godlessness and collaborating with foreign imperialistic powers and infamous people and appalling movements such as MKO with the hope that it could lead to the physical elimination of some the devotees of Islam and the people is the consequence of closing eyes over the nature of the country’s national problems. I, as a devotee, say that MKO with their betrayals and crimes are dead [in the eyes of Iranians]; don’t revive them because of hatred and for gaining partisan gains.

Before I offer my solution for getting out of the crisis, I find it necessary to emphasize on the Islamic, national, against foreigners domination and loyal to the constitution nature of us and the Green movement. We are followers of Imam Hossein. We are infatuated with the freedom which that innocent Imam was its harbinger. We are followers of the one who would not tolerate the theft of a jewel from the foot of a Jewish woman in the vast Islamic land (referring to Imam Ali). We believe in a godly interpretation of Islam that considers all human the same and of equal value in creation. [We have] a view that believes in innate dignity of human and does not accept that the attacker receives a different food from what his victim is given or be subject to torture and things like that.

I and my dear friends who many of them are jailed in prisons are serious devotees of the country’s independence and suffer that our Islamic market has turned into a deceitful market of foreign goods. We are strongly opposed to the present corruption that is the result of wrong policies and lack of insight. We say that a large and influential organization like IRG cannot defend the country and national interests if it wants to calculate everyday how much the stock market has gone up or down; it will corrupt both itself and the country. We say and are prepared to participate in discussions to show that today wages and benefits of poor, workers, clerks, and other parts of the nation are sinking a vast corruption. The Green movement is opposed to lie and considers it a home wrecking pest for the country and therefore we consider the [government’s] lies in politics, security, economy, culture and other areas a great danger for the country.

We want a truthful, kind and peaceful administration and government based on people’s vote that looks at difference in people’s views and opinions as an opportunity not a threat. We consider looking into the private lives of people, inquisition, spying, closing down newspapers and limiting media against our prosperous and empowering religion and against the constitution raised from this religion. We consider wasting a cent of the public’s money for achieving personal and partisan goals sinful and announce that the national twenty year plot that has been approved by all levels of the establishment today has turned into a worthless piece of paper. We warn that significant competitors in the region with two-digit economic growth are emerging and every day get stronger while unfortunately our government is incapable of establishing the yearly budget, keeping tabs on the country’s accounts, safeguarding people’s savings, and being responsive in front of the supreme audit court and the parliament.

We are neither affiliated with Americans nor British. We have neither sent greeting cards for the leaders of any powerful countries nor are hoping for their assistance and we know that with determination in international affair every country is after its own nation’s interests and we hate those who don’t respect the culture and religious and national beliefs of their nations. It is ludicrous to accuse us of insulting Quran and Imam Hossein’s Ashura, and tearing apart the picture of Imam Khomeini. Obviously if there has been any disrespect on the day of Ashura, we don’t approve but we consider that the worst kind of disrespect is the murders of innocent people and mourners on the day of Ashura and in a month that killing is banned by Islam.

But I think that the solution to the current problems and the present crisis is as follows. Today the situation of the country is like an immense roaring river that massive floods and various events have led to its rising and have caused it to become mucky. The solution to calm down this great river and clearing its water is not possible in a quick and swift action. Thinking of these kinds of solutions that some should repent and some should make deals and there should be some give and take in order to solve this great problem is in practice going off road.

I consider letting streams and springs of fresh clear water into this river to be the solution that will slowly and gradually improve the water and the river. I also believe that it is still not too late and our establishment has the power to do accomplish this importance should it have insight and have a respectful and kind view toward all of the nation and its layers. I describe some of the solutions that like streams and springs of clear water can influence the national atmosphere and improve the situation:

1-The administration should be held liable in front of the people, the parliament and the judiciary system so that there would be no unusual supports for the administration in response to its incompetence and ineffectiveness and the administration be held accountable for all the problems it created for the country. For sure if the administration is competent and right it would be able to respond to the people and the parliament, and if it is incompetent and inept, the parliament and the judiciary system would confront it based on the constitution.

2-Legislating new and clear election laws in a way that it would regain people’s trust in the free and fair elections without meddling and interference. This law should ensure the participation of all the people despite their differences in opinions and views and should prohibit the biased and partisan interference of the authorities in all levels. The primary parties in early days of the revolution can be considered as a model.

3-The release of all political prisoners and restoring their dignity and honour. I am sure that this move would be interpreted as a strong point for the establishment rather than a weakness and we know that the defeated political movements are against this solution.

4-One of the necessities of the improvement is the release of the banned press and media and letting the shut down newspapers to publish again. The fear of free media should be eliminated and the international experience in this matter should be considered. The expansion of the satellite channels and their growing importance and the decisive influence of this media clearly show the inadequacy of the traditional methods and limitations of National TV and radio channels. Signal jamming methods and internet censorship can only be effective for a short time. The only solution is having various free and informed media inside the country. Isn’t it time to turn eyes back from beyond our borders to domestic political, cultural and social prosperity by a courageous act and based on trusting the intellectual and innovative forces of the society?

5-Recognizing people’s rights for having legal demonstrations and forming parties and groups and abiding to the 27th principle of the constitution. Acting in this matter that can be done with the wisdom and collaboration of all of the country’s enthusiasts can replace the battle between the Basij and security forces and people or people and people with an atmosphere of friendship and national affection.

More items can be added to the above list. In my opinion, even a clear small rivulet at this time can be helpful. It is not necessary that all these items be started simultaneously. Witnessing determination in this attempt will help to clear the horizon. And the last word is that all these suggestions can be executed with wisdom, insight and good will and without the need for treaties, negotiations, and political deal makings.

Mir Hossein Mousavi

For full statement in farsi @ Mousavi facebook

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Iranian security forces run over people with their vehicles on Ashura زیر کردن مردم با ماشین توسط مزدوران نیروی انتظامی

In this video you see security forces purposefully charging at protestors with their vehicles and injuring many.  Near the end of the video a security member backs up after hitting and injuring a protestor only to intentionally run over the injured protestor again.

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Full video of Khatami’s speech in Jamaran on Dec. 26, 2009

Full video of Former President Khatami’s speech in Jamaran on Tasoa that was disrupted by plainclothed thugs on December 26, 2009.

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Man sets fire to Koran in protest of Iranian Regime

This is the declaration of the protestor:

I have decided to set Quran on fire as long as Islamic dictatorship of Iran:

1. doesn’t commit to Universal Declaration of Human Rights rules;
2. doesn’t stop executions;
3. doesn’t free students and opposition from prison;
4. doesn’t bring justice in Judiciary system and society.

I believe religious disobedience is the key to save Iranian people from ruling mullahs. They preach that Islam is religion of peace and freedom which is a hypocrisy in reality.
So as long as this hypocrisy goes in Iran, this fire is on Quran and I will continue to do so for unlimited time. Also I encourage you to set fire on Quran in every corner and leave the rest of it in the city because this movement should spread itself among everyday people.

I chose this date because it’s Islamic sacred month in the Islamic calendar which in this month the Hajj Pilgrimage takes place. So setting Quran on fire, I am sending this message to mullahs (clergies) who live in hypocrisy that if Islam has not brought peace and prosperity in Iran for Iranians as logic suggests, we should get rid of it like what I am doing.

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آیت الله دستغیب: فقها و علما سکوت را بشکنند

rahesabz

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Our perserverance is our sword, Our unity is our shield, AZADI… is our destiny!

Brave Women Of Iran

A special note we would like to share with the brave and beautiful women of Iran; You have shown extraordinary courage, passion, pride, humility and humanity in the face of great injustice. The world has taken notice and we are all humbled by your strength and determination. If you are the future, then we all are comforted by how bright it will shine.

The One Who Wishes To Move A Mountain, Must Start By Removing Stones

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