پارسی العربیة
Prophet Muhammad Said: "My Lord, command me to do my duties, as he command me to tolerate with people." The book Al-Kafi, vol. II, p. 117.
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The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (3)

The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (3)
Researches about the battles of the prophet (peace be upon him and his family) and Jews are not that much as researches about the battles of Badr and Uhud in history
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The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (2)

The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (2)
“Jews say, "The Fire shall not touch us but for a few numbered days." Say: "Have you taken a covenant from Allah, so that Allah will not break His Covenant? Or is it that you
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The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (1)

The Muhammad’s hegira; the end of Jews era (1)
The principal enemies of the prophet (peace be upon him and his family); the heathens of Mecca and the Jews of Medina
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The fields of emersion of Ottoman (Othmani)

The fields of emersion of Ottoman (Othmani)
After the advent of Islam in the << Saudi Arabia >> peninsula and the development of international regulation towards the East, that followed by the surrender and defeat of the
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The cultural actions of Zionism against the Ottoman government (5)

The cultural actions of Zionism against the Ottoman government (5)
Based on the verses contained in the "Torah" such as "Isaiah" many Rabbis are of the opinion that human resurrection takes place in "Jerusalem" and such an event is
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The Cultural Actions of Zionism against the Ottoman government (3)

The Cultural Actions of Zionism against the Ottoman government (3)
Before the arrival of the Jews who were expelled from "Spain" in the Ottoman Empire in 1492 AD, the countries and regions in the "Middle East" had little interest in the printing
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A study of the historical conditions for the occupation of Palestine (2)

A study of the historical conditions for the occupation of Palestine (2)
In 1883, a Jewish writer who was called Lylyn Bloom said in an article entitled "The future of our nation," which he had published the following sentences:
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A review of the supremacy and racial claims of the Israelites by Ayatollah Martyr Beheshti (3)

A review of the supremacy and racial claims of the Israelites by Ayatollah Martyr Beheshti (3)
As it was stated earlier, to prove the self-isolation of the Jews in the world today and in the past, Ayatollah Beheshti says that this way of thinking and the worldview of the
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A review of the claims of supremacy and racism by the Jews from the perspective of Martyr Beheshti (2)

A review of the claims of supremacy and racism by the Jews from the perspective of Martyr Beheshti (2)
The purpose of Martyr Beheshti in expressing the excuses of the Israelites was demonstrating the lack of fortitude and faith and perseverance of these people because, in
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A review of the supremacy and racial claims of the Israelites by Ayatollah Martyr Beheshti (1)

A review of the supremacy and racial claims of the Israelites by Ayatollah Martyr Beheshti (1)
There are a limited number of those Islamic scholars who are present and have relied on the facts concerning the tumultuous and complex history of the Jews to properly
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