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Which Part of Islam is Expected to Survive to Dominate in the ME: In the World?

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in response to reader comment: Tovey: China, Persia and Very Early Islam

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 17, 2021 at 00:15

DNM:
If the extent of Islam's influences cannot be specifically determined to go beyond the remnants of the Ottoman Empire, that without specifically, references to China (the Far East, (which apparently, if China does not respect the Uyghurs), where is the specification of how the ummah is achieved? Is this in the Quran, or in al-Hadiths?
How does this replace what the Hebrew Scriptures in the Tanakh have written to a world in unbelief? Does this not set the tone of understanding the existence of the Abrahamic Accords and the newly refreshed enmity the Iranian Islamic Regime has for its Arabic 'neighbors?'
Does this not amplify your contentions of why the Quran has more influences from Persian scholars than those of Arabic descent? Whose perceptions of Islam actually drive the devotions when looking at those who do the pilgrimage of the Hajj at the Kaaba? Is this what drives the 'Palestinians' to cause rebellions of antagonisms at the Temple Mount, the promise of which continues in the background while the world watches for the next outbreak from Hamas on the south and Hizbollah in the north. Whom do we watch?

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