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Many maybes in your text

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Submitted by F.Moussa (Switzerland), Feb 15, 2017 at 11:09

its strange to believe that Muqawqas had not one arab in his entire kingdom who was able to translate the letter of Sayedna Mohammed pbuh. Its strange to believe that not one letter was send out to the rulers of the near and far kingdoms to maybe prevent a weaponized conflict. You assume so much .... I dont say the mentioned letters are no forgeries. But that such letters existed one time must be a fact.

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