Rev 13:3a One of his seven heads appeared to be fatally wounded, but was resurrected from his fatal wound (from the Aramaic text).
Dan 8:5,8-11 As I was observing, a male goat (the "king of Greece", Dan 8:21) appeared, coming from the west across the surface of the whole earth without touching the ground. The goat had a conspicuous horn between his eyes ... Then the male goat became very great, but when he became powerful, the large horn was shattered ("appeared to be fatally wounded"). Four conspicuous horns came up in its place, pointing toward the four winds of heaven. From one of the four winds a little horn was resurrected (the "king of the north", Dan 11:6; the "north" is: Turkey, Armenia, Bulgaria, and Romania) and grew extensively toward the south (the Ptolemaic kingdom) and east (Syria, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Pakistan), and toward the beautiful Land (Lebanon is towards Judea). It grew as important as the heavenly host (the armies of Israel, 1Sam 17:45), made some of the princes and some of the army fall to the ground, and trampled them. It made itself great, even as the chief of the army (the priests, Num 31:6 & Deu 20:1-3; see 1 Maccabees); it removed the priests' evening-and-morning offerings and overthrew the foundation of the priests' Sanctuary.
Rev 13:3b The whole earth was amazed and followed the beast whose fatal wound was healed.
Rev 13:4 They worshiped the dragon (the Bismillah) because it ceded authority to the beast whose fatal wound was healed (revived
Edom in the guise of Islam). And they worshiped the beast by saying, "Who is like the beast? Who is able to wage war against him"?
Rev 13:5 A mouth (the Prophet) was given to him to speak boasts and blasphemies. (The beast, whose fatal wound was healed, will again be given authority to act for 42 months).
Rev 13:6-7 The mouth began to speak blasphemies against YHVH: to blaspheme His Name and His Tabernacle and those who tabernacle with Heaven (a circumlocution for YHVH). And the beast was permitted to wage war against the Children of Israel (Psa 148:14) and to conquer them. He was also given authority over every tribe, people, language, and nation within the whole earth.
Rev 13:8-9 All those who live within the whole earth will worship the beast whose fatal wound was healed (see vs. 4 above: to worship is to say, "who is able to wage war against him"; cp. Num 13:31) everyone whose name was not written from the beginning (Mal 1:2-3) in the book of life of the Servant who was slaughtered. (If anyone has an ear, he should listen).
Rev 13:10 If anyone is destined for captivity, into captivity he goes. If anyone is to be decapitated with a sword, with a sword he will be killed. Here is the endurance and the faith of the Children of Israel.
Rev 13:11-12 Indeed, I saw this different beast (the Prophet) coming up out of the whole earth; he had two horns (2 identities), that is, he seemed like a servant (salam, "peace"), but he spoke like a dragon (Islam, "submission"). He carries out all the authority of the first beast and compels the whole earth and those who live within it to pay homage to the first beast, whose fatal wound was healed.