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Not discouraged by his defeat at Tell Jezer, Saladin was prepared to fight the Crusaders once again.
The medieval historian Ibn Athiralso a Kurd, relates a passage from another commander: It replaced Saladin’s reputation as a figure who had been largely forgotten in the Muslim world, eclipsed by more successful figures, such as Baybars of Egypt. Seeing the execution of Raynald, he feared he would be next. Having been absent roughly two years, he had much to organize and supervise in Egypt, namely fortifying and reconstructing Cairo. He complied and the truce between him and the Zengids officially ended in September By mid, Saladin had conquered Hama and Homsinviting the animosity of other Zengid lords, the official rulers of Syria’s various regions.
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. He began granting his family members high-ranking positions in the region; he ordered the construction of a college for the Maliki branch of Sunni Islam in the city, as well as one for the Shafi’i denomination to which he belonged in al-Fustat. Although his deputies continued to send him revenues from the province, centralized authority was lacking and internal quarrel arose between Izz al-Din Uthman of Aden and Hittan of Zabid.
In Syria, even the smallest city is centred on a defensible citadeland Saladin introduced this essential feature to Egypt. His death left Saladin with political independence and in a letter to as-Salih, he promised to “act as a sword” against his enemies and referred to the death of his father as an “earthquake shock”.
When the treaty was concluded, the younger sister of as-Salih came to Saladin and requested the return of the Fortress of A’zaz; he complied and escorted her back to the gates of Aleppo with numerous presents.
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The city walls were repaired and their extensions laid out, while the construction of the Cairo Citadel was commenced. Two emir s, including an old friend of Saladin, Izz al-Din Jurduk, welcomed and pledged their service to him.
The sons listed by Imad number fifteen, but elsewhere he writes that Saladin was survived by seventeen sons and one daughter. Joseph Stevenson, Rolls Series, London: While transporting these goods to Damascus, Saladin took the opportunity to ravage the Crusader countryside.
The First Hundred Years, ed. Although he was short of money, Saladin also allowed the departing Zangi to take all the stores of the citadel that he could travel with and to sell the remainder—which Saladin purchased himself. Tyreon the coast of modern-day Lebanonwas the last major Crusader city that was not captured by Muslim forces. Saif al-Din mustered a large army and dispatched it to Aleppo, whose defenders anxiously had awaited them.
Under Saladin’s command, the Ayyubid army defeated the Crusaders at the decisive Battle of Hattin inand thereafter wrested control of Palestine — including the city of Jerusalem — from the Crusaders, who had conquered the area 88 years earlier.
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It was a major disaster for the Crusaders and a turning point in the history of the Crusades. Biography portal Kurdistan portal Middle East portal.
This page was last edited on 9 Aprilat In this ealahudin, the emir of Damascus appealed to Saif al-Din of Mosul a cousin of Gumushtigin for assistance against Aleppo, but he refused, forcing the Syrians to request the aid of Saladin, who complied.
Seven centuries later, Emperor Wilhelm II of Germany donated a new marble sarcophagus to the mausoleum. Saladin’s intimates accused Majd al-Din of misappropriating the revenues of Zabid, but Saladin himself believed there was no evidence to back the allegations.
Afterward, in the spring ofNur ad-Din sent Saladin’s father to Egypt in compliance with Saladin’s request, as well as encouragement from the Baghdad -based Abbasid caliph, al-Mustanjidwho aimed to pressure Saladin in deposing his rival caliph, al-Adid.
Historical Dictionary of the Kurds 2 ed. The combined forces of Mosul and Aleppo marched against Saladin in Hama.
Saladin was born in Tikrit in modern-day Iraq. Several days later, while Saladin was resting in one of his captain’s tents, an assassin rushed forward at him and struck at his head ayuni a knife. Upon hearing this, Saladin swore an oath to personally execute Raynald.