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Differing Perceptions of Basic Difference in Ideologies

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), May 17, 2021 at 00:25

As the discussion went with DNM, the Islamic perceptions of who should be preeminent in Middle Eastern politics is as disparate as the translations of the Quran from Arabic by Persian sensibilities and the fact that the Iranian mentality does not comport to the Arabian mindset. In fact, this especially translates to the current American Administration of cozying up to the Persians over the Arabians, let alone the 'Palestinians.'
Remember Haman and the antipathies towards the exiles in the court of Ahasuerus?

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