Al-Taff Battle in the Sources of the Islamic History Third and Fourth Century Hegira (Scrutinizing Tests)
Volume 2, Issue 4, Pages 155-238
From the heart of our heritage many details about historical battles emanate in precision and fidelity that cast us into pride, but it is not void of fraudulence, intrigue and exaggeration in the reign of a ruler who takes freedom in reshaping and weaving history as his brush stroke desires. To the extent his tales go axiomatic. We quail at rethinking of them or suspecting them, since they reach consensus.
The present paper is to be bifurcated into two parts: the first tackles Al-Taff battle as found in the sources of genealogy and conquests; the second manipulates the battle as found in the translated sources, classes and Islamic general history.
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