That's one legitimate possible way to look at it. Why would you want to insist on that view since it doesn't fulfill the prophecy? Oh, I guess that's it, isn't it?
If there wasn't a legitimate possibility which fulfilled the prophecy, then you'd have something to be excited about.
Sorry. You lost in grand style.
The prophecy failed on a multitude of counts.
Your "defense" is as childish as it is moronic.
1. The "Prophecy" was made AFTER the city was seized by Nebby.
2. Lest go verse by verse
26:1 - When the prophecy was given. Note that it is AFTER the actual attack by Nebbys troops.
26:2 - Why
27:3 - God is ticked
27:4 - Failed. Never happened.
27:5 - Failed. Island still exists.
27:6 - Check ..... actually happened.
26:7 Check.... actually happened.
26:9 Failed. He never destroyed the walls to the city nor the towers of the city. The little village towns were sacked, but these have been described as "suburbs". These were lower class workers. They provided food and supplies to the gentry that lived in the city.
26:10 Failed. Nebby failed to enter the city abet not without trying. Tyre agreed to pay tribute and probably only did that because their supplies were cut off.
26:11 Probably failed. This again seems to be referring to the City, not the surrounding village.
26:12 Epic Fail. The wealth, the walls, the fine houses were all on in the island city where Nebby never entered.
26:13 Cannot be determined. Maybe they had to pay the harps as part of the tribute. Most likely another failure.
26:14 Grand Imperial Pooh Bah of failures.
26:15 - 26:18 Also seems clear enough who is being talked about,... again; "men of the sea"
26:19 Complete, utter and total failure. Tyre is still above water. In fact it is larger now than in Phonetician times.
26:21 Epic failure. We know where it is and it is still inhabited.
I hope this clears things up.
If one part fails then the whole prophecy fails,.... right?