The Al Hanissim and Bimeh Matityah prayer included in the amidah expresses the military victory of the Hasmoneans as a miracle.
In Masechet Avodah Zara daf 2b, Hashem convene some nations in the end of times. Pertinent to the question, one of the claims asserted by the Persians before Hashem, is that all wars they waged were for Bnei Yisroel. Hashem retorts
יְהוָ֖ה אִ֣ישׁ מִלְחָמָ֑ה יְהוָ֖ה שְׁמֽוֹ׃ The LORD, the Warrior— LORD is His name!
A footnote in the Artscroll Avodah Zara, sends you to the sefer, Darash Moshe, and on that passuk (shemot 15:3) and I paraphrase a part of the footnote loosely, ‘that it is much of a miracle when a large force triumphs a smaller force as when a smaller force triumphs a larger force.’ Hashem determines who achieves the victory, as per the passuk. It then appears there is no Teva to war, as it is not decided by the number or power of the force but Hashem’s will. If you assume that a miracle is the suspension of Teva, then in this case there is no miracle, for no Teva was present to be suspended. On the basis of that assumption, there was no miracle of the Hashmonaim’s military victory. Hashem simply decided we should win.
How would one reconcile the argument above?