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    positive images of Muhammad that were portrayed by Carlyle. In "The Edification of Sir Walter Scott’s Saladin in The Talisman." (2011) Zaman, Md Saifuz‏ argues The Talisman, though one of Sir Walter Scott’s lesser known works, garnered attention by its criticism in Edward Said’s Orientalism. This essay looks at how premature that criticism is by examining Scott’s sympathetic portrayal of Saladin in the novel. Indeed, one might attribute a case of “hero worship” to Scott, seeing how unashamedly…

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    The Lymphatic System

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    The Lymphatic system consists of the tonsils, lymphatic vessels, the thymus, lymph nodes, and the spleen, and its functions include immunity, lipid absorption, and tissue fluid recovery (Saladin, Sullivan, & Gan, 2015). The lymphatic system consists of 6 main types of lymphatic cells: B Lymphocytes (B Cells), Dendritic Cells, Macrophages, Natural Killer (NK) Cells, Reticular Cells, and T Lymphocytes (T Cells). The unique function of each cell is briefly described below. B Lymphocytes (B Cells):…

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    Regulates Water Intake

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    is called preformed water. Our bodies also keep our fluids up by creating metabolic water. According to Saladin metabolic water is “produced as a by-product of a dehydration synthesis reaction and aerobic respiration” (Saladin 2015 p.925.). We can lose water in many different ways. For example, we can lose water through exhaling air, urination, feces, sweat, and cutaneous transpiration (Saladin, 2015. P. 925.) Water loss can be very obvious at times like when we go to the bathroom, this is…

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    The Crusades were a series of wars fought between Christians and Muslims over the holy land of Jerusalem. There were many crusades, but the first three are the most remembered. The outcomes of these wars were varied. The Christians won the first, the Muslims won the second, and the third was ended in a peace treaty. In the First Crusade, the Byzantines were being harmed by the Turks. The Byzantines called for the help of the Catholic Church. For Pope Urban II to get supporters to go to war, he…

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    The Crusaders continued to try and obtain Jerusalem from Saladin. The leaders of the crusaders, however, were aware that once they conquered the city, the Crusaders would break up, most of the army moving West. They tried delaying the attack, in order to recover as much territory as they could, in order to assure the basis for attaining the Kingdom. However, the crusaders were lacking funds, thus they could not delay much longer. Nevertheless, on June 1192, there was another advance on Jerusalem…

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    Kingdom Of Heaven

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    the one hand, generally speaking, the personalities and events in the film are partially true according to the historical accounts in these two primary sources: The Conquest of Jerusalem and the Third Crusade by Peter Edbury (1998) and The Life of Saladin by Baha’ al-Din ibn Shaddad and translated by C.W. Wilson and C.R. Conder (1897). In the film Kingdom of Heaven, the protagonist Balian of Ibelin played by famous actor Orlando Bloom allied with Raymond of Tripoli. He came to the kingdom of…

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    top adviser Salahuddin wrote about the last days of Saladin. On the night of 27 Safar, 12 days after he fell ill, he had become very weak. Sheikh Abu Ja'far a pious man was asked to accompany Saladin at the Palace so if it dying, reading Qur'an and the testimony can be heard him. Indeed, the evening was to see signs of life expiry Salahuddin. Sheikh Abu Jaafar was sitting on the edge of her bed since 3 days ago recite Qur'an. In this time of Saladin always unconscious and conscious moment. When…

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    Kingdom Of Heaven Essay

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    have to know the consequences that may happen in choosing such decisions. Like what Guy did he didn’t planned and take the advice of Balian to take his crusaders journey to near waters and this results to an weak army for they are easily defeated by Saladin. Balian is a man with self-affirmation he has his ways and strategies in defending his people. The most notable part in the film for me is when Balian turns the men in the city to become warriors by making them down upon their knees and rise…

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    Crusade Sources Activity Richard I think richard is the one that is in the sun's spotlight. Because king richard was the important one and he would have all the attention brought to him, with his big coat and crown and spotlight. Source f is a secondary painting because the crusade happened about a 1000 years ago and the painting was painted only 10 years ago. King richard was a very powerful man, of great courage and spirit. The king was a man of wisdom and was very brave and clever. His…

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    Islam: Empire Of Faith

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    Islam:Empire of faith This movie Islam:Empire of faith was broke up into several parts. First Islam/Koran then Muslims, Muhammad, buildings. The things they did for us and made up in the past like math,engineering, astronomy, medicine, paper & publishing. Saladin, Mehmet, Suleyman where very important in this movie. What was good about the film was it went into great detail and explained everything out well. Also it had beautiful pictures. We learned that the religious faith of Islam, as it…

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