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Who killed Saladin Ayyubi?

Salah Eldin Elayoubi was not killed. He died because of a fever on 4 March 1193, at Damascus, Syria.
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Why was saladin remembered?

Saladin or Salah Al-din is remembered for being a unselfish kind ruler who captured the holy city of Jerusalem and repelled the crusades. He eventually made an agreement to le (MORE)

Why was saladin called saladin the merciful?

he was merciful not only to his fellow muslims but his enemies too, after the victory in the battle of hattin, he offered his enemey king iced water to drink and didnt torture (MORE)

Who is Saladin?

saladin was a leader of the Muslims in the crusades in the fight for Jerusalem he won against Richard the lionheart. Saladin [Salahuddin Ayyubi] was the leader [Sultan] of Eg (MORE)

Why is Saladin famous?

Saladin or Salah Al-din is remembered for being a unselfish kind ruler who captured the holy city of Jerusalem and repelled the crusades. He eventually made an agreement to le (MORE)

Who was Saladin?

Life and History Salah ad-Din was born in Tikrit, Iraq. His family was of Kurdish background and ancestry. Salah ad-Din's military career began when his uncle Assad al-Din Sh (MORE)

Why is Syria called land of saladin?

Because Salahadin was the sultan of Syria back in time. Also the sultan in Egypt, Yemen and some other places. He was a great warrior, with the biggest heart a warrior has eve (MORE)

What did Saladin do for the Muslims and when did he do it?

Saladin lead the Muslim armies against the Crusader Forces in the earlier Crusades. He also founded the Ayyubite Caliphate in the Levant Region. These events occurred in the (MORE)

Why was saladin unpopular with the Muslims?

He had his supporters. Saladin, whose actual name was Yusef ibn  Ayyub, which in English would be Joe Jobson, was a Kurd who was  nontheless Sultan of Egypt, having seized t (MORE)