Many people assume that Yeshua/Jesus was born a few days before the end of December, during 1 BCE. However, most theologians and religious historians estimate that Jesus was born in the fall of some year between 7 and 4 BCE. We have seen estimates as late as 4 CE and as early as the second century BCE. The fall date is reasonably firm, because the birth of John the Baptizer (. John the Baptist) is known accurately from the transitions among the chief priests in the Jeruaslam Temple as mentioned in the Bible. The birth of Jesus is known approximately relative to his cousin John's birth.
The two Arabic conjunctions "until" ( hata ) and "wherever" ( haythu ) demonstrate the perpetual and ubiquitous nature of these commandments: There are still "people of the book" who have yet to be "utterly humbled" (especially in the Americas, Europe, and Israel) and "idolaters" to be slain "wherever" one looks (especially Asia and sub-Saharan Africa). In fact, the salient feature of almost all of the violent commandments in Islamic scriptures is their open-ended and generic nature: "Fight them [non-Muslims] until there is no persecution and the religion is God's entirely. [Emphasis added.]"  Also, in a well-attested tradition that appears in the hadith collections, Muhammad proclaims: