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Persian Influence Calls to Question of Kitab Mubeen for an Undeveloped Quran

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in response to reader comment: The Greek Persian War Timeline and al-Tabari

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 14, 2021 at 22:31

Al Tafsir of alTabari poses a question; how extensive was the Arabic language behind those writings if it took a scholar decades, even hundreds of years later to express the ambitions of empire after the changes of focus now lost from the Byzantine and former Roman influences as alluded to in the Tafsir of al Tabari?
DNM, once again, delves into lost intimations of what the region of Mesopotamia, indeed, all of the regions of the former Babylonian realm that were eventually lost to the Persian version forms of Islam; indeed, does the modern Iranian Islamic Regime now force the non-Arab persuasion of these modern times in order to validate the issue of how the Quran seeks to dominate Israel in order to dominate the world through nuclear ambitions of power?
How does this portend to the issue of kitab mubeen when attempting to establish valid motives of domination in the world?


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