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Modern Pretext of Prophetic Fulfillments in Either Judaic of Quranic Context

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 4, 2021 at 23:41

In a continued examination of potential conflicts about whose modern representation will be received when the modifications of the Quranic appropriations by the non-Arabic translations of the works started under the auspices of Islam's initiator and the centuries of debate of whose version of the history of the Middle East is gong to survive the completion of earth's modern age, it all distills down to who will occupy the Temple Mount (with a Jewish temple, by the way) in the final analysis. This is what is being fought over, either in the day of rage pending or the full blown combat of the days found in the Jewish Holy Writ. Anyone?

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