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It is a fact of life that many of the earlier generations of Muslims were not familiar with "other races" so outside of "Arabs" and "Persians" every other race was alien. The Mongolian (i.e. Turkic races) with their facial features were thought to be Dajjal and/or their followers. Many Scholars (including) Indian Scholars exaggerate the facial features (and complexion) of Turks, you can see it in Persian/Urdu books of 200+ years ago. Turkish features are also aligned with Yajooj-Majooj. Then Mongols actually invaded and devastated the Islamic empire so this affirmed the Bias.
200+ years ago Wilayat was from Afghanistan and you can read it in Persian literature BUT when the British colonized India Wilayat became England.
When China invaded India in 1962, many Scholars were certain that Chinese are Yajuj-Majooj
There will be a lot of Dajjal followers from Persia (Isfahan) due to Jewish influence, the rest are actually meant to be Europeans (not Turkish people).
Today the fashion is about "Khurasan" i.e. applying Ahadeeth of 1400 years ago to modern geography and making them fit into modern areas of Iran/Afghanistan/Pakistan.
In Darul-ulooms, Zulaikha was taught for centuries...She is described to have waist "thinner then hair"...Can you imagine a girl having waist thinner then hair? and hair longer then (whatever) and cheeks like pomegranate etc
But this is the text book taught over hundreds of years to Ulama, as a result our (Indian) mindset is for a girl to have long (flowing) hair and really thin waist!
The interpretation of Hadeeth to modern races/geography/times is at the end of day "Interpretation".
P.S: Phillipino/Malaysian/Indonesian Muslims also have same features as mentioned in Ahadeeth but because they have NEVER invaded the Islamic caliphate/lands nobody calls them Yajuj-Majuj or Dajjal followers while Mongols have! Read what Spanish "Islamic Scholars" have written about Black skin and Africans and tried to twist Qur'aan and Sunnah to fit a narrative!
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.