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Another scenario for the Romans

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (United Arab Emirates), Apr 30, 2008 at 18:51

I will give you another scenario,

The muslims defeated their enemy in the battle of Badr against their enemey, they were 300 marching soldier muslims, while their enemey were counted 1000 better armed with 70 caveliers.

The muslims defeated their enemy in the Battle of Ahzabm they were 1000 and their enemy were 3000 much better armed than the muslims, - you can check internet

in the History of Tabukm the Muslims were 30,000 soldeirs and the Romans were 100,000 soldiers

as you can see, it is always 3:1 m so the romans for sure knows about the battles of Badr and Ahzab, and they have spies, they know the enemy who started marching to tabuk is 30,000 samll calculation they know yhey will be defeated they ran off before the muslims arrive.

By the way, the Romans army is always ready in palestine, remember the two battles with Persia in the jordan valley - the lowest land on earth. and then with Byzantine

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