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  1. 28/02/2021 · Saladin, Muslim sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Palestine, founder of the Ayyubid dynasty, and the most famous of Muslim heroes. In wars against the Christian Crusaders, he achieved great success with the capture of Jerusalem in 1187, ending its nearly nine decades of occupation by the Franks.

  2. Saladin - Wikipedia

    Saladin's soldiers broke their discipline, plundering the city; Saladin only managed to protect the governor and his officers by sending them to Mosul. After establishing a garrison at Sinjar, he awaited a coalition assembled by Izz al-Din consisting of his forces, those from Aleppo, Mardin, and Armenia . [89]

  3. Military History: Saladin's Siege of Jerusalem

    08/03/2018 · Saladin then offered a rate of 100,000 bezants for the entire population. Negotiations continued and finally, Saladin agreed to ransom 7,000 people for 30,000 bezants. On October 2, 1187, Balian presented Saladin with the keys to the Tower of David completing the surrender.

  4. Crusades - World History Encyclopedia

    Later Crusades. The subsequent crusades were very much a story of the Christians shooting their crossbows into their own feet. The Fourth Crusade (1202-1204 CE) somehow managed to identify Constantinople, the greatest Christian city in the world, as the prime target.

  5. Saladin (1963) - IMDb

    Directed by Youssef Chahine. With Ahmad Mazhar, Mohamed Abdel Gawad, Tawfik El Deken, Umar El-Hariri. Saladin, ruler of the kingdoms surrounding the Latin state of Jerusalem, is brought to attack the Christians in the Holy Land by the sacking of a convoy of Muslim pilgrims, a group which included his sister.

  6. Siege of Acre in the Crusades - ThoughtCo

    03/12/2019 · Saladin retaliated in kind, killing those Christian prisoners in his possession. Departing Acre on August 22 with the army, Richard moved south with the intention of capturing Jaffa. Pursued by Saladin, the two fought the Battle of Arsuf on September 7 with Richard achieving a victory.

  7. Saladin - World History Encyclopedia

    Saladin, now the Sultan of Egypt, repeated the feat of Nur ad-Din in Syria when he captured Damascus in 1174 CE. Saladin claimed to be the protector of Sunni Orthodoxy and his removal of the Shiite caliph in Cairo and organisation of his state according to strict Islamic law gave this claim serious weight.

  8. Saladin — Wikipédia

    Saladin [1] ou Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf (en arabe: صلاح الدين يوسف) et Selahedînê Eyûbî (en kurde: سەلاحەدینی ئەییووبی), né à Tikrit en 1138 et mort à Damas le 4 mars 1193 [2], est le premier dirigeant de la dynastie ayyoubide, dynastie qui tient son nom de son père Najm al-Dīn Ayyūb et qui a régné sur l'Égypte de 1169 à 1250 et sur la Syrie de ...

  9. Saladin - HISTORY

    Saladin (1137/1138–1193) was a Muslim military and political leader who as sultan (or leader) led Islamic forces during the Crusades. Saladin’s greatest triumph over the European Crusaders ...

  10. He decribes how, in July 1192, Richard the Lionheart stood poised for a strike on Jerusalem, while Saladin – mighty sultan of Islam – readied his troops inside the city, preparing for the ...