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“/1141 CE, in Sijistān, in Persian Khorasan, modern Iran1.”
“Dasht may be either the town in Khorasan or the “forests” (dasht) belonging to Ahwáz”
“For example, we inveigh every day against the Turks, and we call Khorasan  by its new name; when the old word has been forgotten and has almost disappeared, no use of ancient sources, even if they were available, has been made: I have chosen to use no word unless it were in common use.”
“Depression of British trade in Khorasan, NAI, Foreign Secret F, April 1895, Proceeding Nos.”
“Use of the word Khorasan here indicates that the word and concept of Afghanistan had then not fully adhered in colonial and local discourses. back”
“And after, on this half, is the kingdom of Khorasan, that is a good land and a plenteous, without wine.”
“This hadith predicted that the climax would come in the land known as Khorasan, which today includes Afghanistan, the tribal areas of Pakistan and parts of Iran.”
“Those to whom they were given took them back to their own homes, bringing some of them to the region called Khorasan, and others to the city of Antioch, where they would endure wretched slavery under the worst masters imaginable.”
“This army will come from the East, and march towards Mecca beneath a black flag; the hadith talk about "the black flags of Khorasan," an ancient term for Afghanistan.”
“Some Pashtuns believe that "Khorasan" refers not just to Afghanistan but specifically to the 'Pashtun belt' that stretches across the south of the country and up into north-west Pakistan.”
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