SULTAN SALAHUDDIN AYUBI IN PDF

His firm foundation in the religion and its prime values, leading to his commitment to the Islamic cause, enabled him to accomplish great things. His Ayyubid Empire united Egypt and Syria. Above all, he played an instrumental role in turning the tide against the Crusaders by successfully reclaiming Jerusalem and earned a name for himself in the annals of both Muslim and Western history. Saladin was born in AD in Tikrit, Iraq, and studied the Quran and theology along with astronomy, mathematics, and law. He joined the military as a young man and was ably trained by his uncle Asad-al-Din Shirkoh, a commander of the Zengid Dynasty.

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His firm foundation in the religion and its prime values, leading to his commitment to the Islamic cause, enabled him to accomplish great things. His Ayyubid Empire united Egypt and Syria. Above all, he played an instrumental role in turning the tide against the Crusaders by successfully reclaiming Jerusalem and earned a name for himself in the annals of both Muslim and Western history. Saladin was born in AD in Tikrit, Iraq, and studied the Quran and theology along with astronomy, mathematics, and law.

He joined the military as a young man and was ably trained by his uncle Asad-al-Din Shirkoh, a commander of the Zengid Dynasty.

He held key posts in Egypt, enabling him to consolidate power and overthrow the Fatimids. Syria, at the time, was ruled by the Zengids; when the Zengid ruler unexpectedly died, leaving an underage successor, the road was eventually cleared for Saladin to capture Syria. During his reign, Saladin built many schools, hospitals, and institutions in his quest for intellectual and civic achievements.

He was also determined to bring justice, peace, and prosperity to those within his domain. Omar Suleiman tells us the story of Jerusalem. Can Jerusalem once again be home to all three faiths, Muslim, Jews and Christians. Once upon a time, they all lived together in theme. This talk takes us back to Jerusalem to the time Muslim rule. Watch this brief video to get some answers. This video is produced by Why-Islam. Saladin reconquered Jerusalem from Crusaders Salahuddin is best known for repelling the Crusaders and reconquering Jerusalem.

He defeated and decimated large numbers of the Crusaders in the decisive Battle of Hattin in July, On his way to Jerusalem, Saladin conquered almost every Crusader city. After a siege, Jerusalem was handed over to him in October of the same year. Subsequent efforts by the Crusaders to win back Jerusalem were resisted until they finally gave up and retreated homewards.

Although one would expect Saladin to be hated among the Crusader nations, he became one of the most esteemed Muslim figures of the medieval Islamic world because of the generosity he displayed towards the Christians despite the brutality Muslims had endured at the hands of the Crusaders.

When the Christians had overtaken Jerusalem during the very first Crusade, they carried out mass atrocities and killings, creating a bloodbath in which the Muslim residents were the most prominent targets, as graphically documented in the PBS series Islam: Empire of Faith. However, Salahuddin not only spared the Christians but treated them honorably, allowing those who wished to leave to do so in peace, and for those who wished to stay to do so in harmony.

Truly, he was a living example of the tolerant, progressive, and inclusive faith which was so dear to his heart. By showing restraint and peaceful treatment, Salahuddin was upholding the central tenets of Islam such as freedom of religion and protection of non-Muslims.

Although he was at the helm of a vast empire stretching from Egypt to Syria, he himself owned very little. At the time of his death, his property and assets included a horse and money which was not sufficient even to bury him.

He had devoted his entire life to the service of Islam and his subjects, avoiding the pomp and splendor which often distract rulers. Indeed, he was the epitome of a true hero and a devoted Muslim.

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Kakasa In a constantly growing xalahuddin Saladin defeated the Crusader invasion of Europe, except the one thing that recorded was Saladin had retreated from the Battle of Montgisard battle against Kingdom of Jerusalem short kingdom of Jerusalem during the Crusades. The crusaders had to settle for a treaty with Saladin that guaranteed Christian pilgrims access to the Holy Places. The members of these caravans had, in vain, besought his mercy by reciting the truce between the Muslims and the Crusaders, salahudddin he ignored this and insulted their prophet Muhammad before murdering and torturing a number of them. Consequently, the Nubians departed; but returned in and were again driven off. He defeated and decimated large numbers of the Crusaders in the decisive Battle of Hattin in July, He is buried in a mausoleum adjacent ayui the Umayyad Mosque. In just twelve years he conquered Damascus, Alleppo, and Iraq.

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