Salah ad Din & the Crusades

Salah ad Din and the Crusades,
*[A5] Paperback - 132 pages,
by Qaiser M. Talib,
Published by Taha, UK.
 

Back in Stock May 2024

 


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This illustrated book asks the following questions : What were the Crusades? Who were the heroes? Who were the villains? and What can we learn from it all?  How long did the King of England actually spend in England during his reign and what was Salah ad-Din’s favourite food?


You’ll find the answers to all these questions as well as lots of fascinating facts in this story of kings and peasants, conquests and losses, compassionate leaders and dishonest scoundrels…




Salah al-Din al-Ayubbi founded the Ayyubid dynasty of Egypt and Syria. Known as Saladin in the West, Salah al Din al Ayubi was born in 1138 in Tikrit. Saladin, a Kurdish warrior, became the Sultan of Egypt and known as a champion of Islam. Salah al Din became a legend in the East and West for his role in clearing the Crusaders from Jerusalem. His capture of Jerusalem, and the Muslim triumph that followed, gave him a remarkable place in the pages of history. The rise of a new, unified Islamic state centered in Egypt was accomplished by the skilled leadership of Saladin.



Illustrated in colour and recommended for ages 9 and over.






More books on Islamic History.

 


 

*Dimensions : 21 x 15cm (approx).

 

 

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