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Kitab Mubeen - Next Session - Translation Transition - Which Came First - Classical or Quranic?

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 12, 2021 at 19:24

Our esteemed DNM poses in an interlude of establishing the credentials of translators of the Quran:
Dr.Ghali or his predecessor, al Tabari, the presumed Mobed scholar that appears to be transitional from the early period to the common 'Shiite' (though apparently Sunni) perceptions;
But before that, DMN posed this following, apparently to process a timeline of events from Persian to Greek influences in Arabic history, Byzantine interruptions notwithstanding:
2. Next we can discuss the Ahl Layka also Ahl al-Ayka tradition where we can date that some of the narratives in the Qur'an pre-date Mecca of 610 Ad by several hundred years!
Where does it all really begin?

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