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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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    The First Crusades

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    The Crusades From 1095 to 1291, Christians from the western part of Europe embarked on eight separate attacks against the Muslims in the Middle East. These attacks became known as Crusades and the main goal of the battles were to take the Holy Land and Jerusalem from Muslim rule and give it to the Christians in Europe. While many Crusades were launched against the Muslims, few were actually successful. The First Crusade started because the Muslim group known as the Seljuk Turks took over…

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    prepares. He has his men alert and able to jump into action at any moment and he has a military plan ready (124). The historical account states, “September 07, 1191 Battle of Arsuf: Richard I the Lionheart and Hugh, Duke of Burgundy, are ambushed by Saladin in Arsuf, a small town near Jaffa about 50 miles from Jerusalem. Richard had prepared for this and the Muslim forces are defeated” (“Timeline of the Crusades”). This account also says that Richard was prepared and able to defeat the Muslims.…

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    900 years ago, there was a Muslim military and political leader named Saladin. His goal was for Islamic conquest of Jerusalem and other Holy Land cities in the near east. At the same time, a group called the Crusaders with King Richard I of England wanted to regain the Holy Land from the Muslims and take control of Jerusalem. A war called the Battle of Hattin started on July 4th between these groups. The Muslims led by Saladin won the war and took control of Jerusalem and its holy cities. They…

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    he refused to renew the peace that Raymond III had made with him when Regent. In November 1177 Baldwin’s forces inflated a crushing defeat on Saladin’s invading army at the battle of Mont Gisard. He then in 1180 recognised that he couldn't fight Saladin with his current government upheaval so made a truce with him showing that he was trying to protect Jerusalem and Outremer the best he could under current circumstances. Baldwin IV while his successes where small it cannot be said that he did not…

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    The Crusades Dbq

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    The event occurred between 1095 and 1291. The circumstances and living conditions in the early 11th century were meagre. The quality of life was all dependant by wealth, power and status. If in the upper class, you were considered a noble, would sustain all privileges and rights, whilst if you were a part of the lower class, you were considered a peasant and would be apart village life. The health and hygiene during times were very poor, almost everyone would be ridden with disease due to lack…

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    Saladin in character was a typical Mohammedan, very devout in prayers and fasting, fiercely hostile toward unbelievers, and full of the pride of race. To these qualities he added a kindliness and humanity not surpassed, if equaled, by any of his Christian foes. Third Crusade was caused by the capture of Jerusalem in 1187 by Saladin, the sultan of Egypt. The people involved were Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, King Phillip…

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    First Crusades

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    to free it from him. Nur al-din’s forces, led by Shirkuh and his nephew Saladin, captured Cairo in 1169 and forced all the christians to evacuate the city “Crusades”. This meant bad news for the christians because Shirkuh was after territory and he wasn’t about to stop forcing christians to evacuate the cities that he controlled. Shirkuh’s reign was about to be over because he was going to die but he left his nephew, Saladin, in charge who only accelerated the conquesting campaign “Crusades”.…

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    The national emblem is in middle. The emblem is the Golden Eagle of Saladin facing the hoist side with a shield superimposed on its chest above a scroll bearing the name of the country in Arabic centered in the white band. Red represents the struggle against the British occupation of Egypt (the period before 1952) White symbolizes…

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    In 1187, Saladin the Great who was the general of Tikrit led the Muslim’s army and reconquered Jerusalem from the Crusade. Crusade was not simply religious journey of the Christian to Jerusalem. The event created a hostile relationship between the Muslim and the…

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