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  1. Saladin - History Learning

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    Saladin’s approach to the crusade has been celebrated; not only did he protect its territory, but he also protected its ideology and returned it to a well-protected but enjoyable city, which allowed commercial and cultural freedom. The leader also made good use of Cairo - using it to accumulate the money he needed to fight against the crusaders.

  2. Saladin - World History Encyclopedia

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    30/08/2018 · Saladin all but destroyed the states of the Latin East in the Levant and successfully repelled the Third Crusade (1187-1192). Saladin achieved his success by unifying the Muslim Near East from Egypt to Arabia through a potent mix of warfare, diplomacy and the promise of holy war.

  3. Saladin and the Crusades were powerful symbols during their time in the Middle East. Their stories represent Arab unity and its victory against the west. The Crusaders were soldiers from Europe who fought to keep the holy land in the hand of Christians.

  4. Saladin – Monarchs of the Third Crusade

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    Intro to Saladin Saladin or Salah ad-Din in Arab was the leader of the Islamic forces during the crusade and founded the Ayyubid dynasty. Saladin fought many other Muslims and when he conquered Muslim territories he appointed his family members and close friends to positions of power to form this dynasty.

  5. Top 10 Amazing and Fascinating Facts about Saladin

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    09/04/2019 · Saladin’s army fought various battles against the Third Crusade and but in their hour of need, he offered his help even to his enemy. Saladin is believed to have helped Richard through his illness by sending him his personal doctor.

  6. Crusades - Wikipedia

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    Saladin's brother Al-Adil supplanted Saladin's sons in the Ayyubid succession, but lacked the authority required to unite the Muslim world of his brother. As a result, the kingdom of Jerusalem revived in a period of peace between 1194 and 1217. in 1213, Innocent III called for another Crusade at the Fourth Lateran Council .

  7. Battle of Montgisard during the Crusades

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    28/10/2019 · While exact casualties for the Battle of Montgisard are not known, reports indicate that only ten percent of Saladin's army returned safely to Egypt. Among the dead was the son of Saladin's nephew, Taqi ad-Din. Saladin only escaped the slaughter by riding a racing camel to safety. For the Crusaders, approximately 1,100 were killed and 750 wounded.

  8. 7.5 Saladin: Jihads and Crusades - sway.office.com

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  9. Massacre at Ayyadieh - Wikipedia

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    Saladin 's army. The Massacre of Ayyadieh occurred during the Third Crusade after the fall of Acre when King Richard I had more than two thousand Muslim prisoners of war from the captured city beheaded in front of the Ayyubid armies of sultan Saladin on 20 August 1191.

  10. Balian of Ibelin - Wikipedia

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    Later, he helped negotiate the Treaty of Jaffa in 1192 between Richard and Saladin, essentially ending the crusade. Under this treaty, Ibelin remained under Saladin's control, but many sites along the coast which had been reconquered during the crusade were allowed to remain in Christian hands.

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