What where the crusades what led to christians to participate in the crusades?
Some people went on the crusades to seek wealth and some went to seek adventure.
The Crusades brought knowledge of Muslim culture to Europe. As a result, those who did not participate in the Crusades grew more intolerant and began to view all non-Christians as their enemies. This led to the increase in the persecution of Jew in Europe.
Christians participated in the Crusades in order to regain access to the Holy Land in Jerusalem. They were also trying to stop the spread of Islam. Pope Urban II said if they went on the Crusade to fight for Christianity they would have a free pass to heaven.
Christians and Muslims. Christians wanted to take the holy land away from the Muslims.
The Christians where the Crusaders as they started the Crusades
European Jews did not begin, or participate in the Crusades, which were a strictly Christian activity. In fact many Jews were murdered by Crusaders, who had a generally hostile attitude toward all non-Christians.
Jews, Christians and Muslims were in the Crusades.
The Crusades were fought by the Christians and the Muslims.
Yes Christians liked crusades, because crusades helped them, with a military problems and serfs nobles liked especially because of them they became more rich and etc crusades took those people to the qar, so ya Christians liked crusades
No. The Crusades were wars fought between Christians and Islam.
The Christians of Europe led the Crusades, and sometimes their holy rulers or kings would lead them in battle. An example of this would be Pope Urban II on the first crusade. They were waged against the Muslims, Russian and Greek Orthodox Christians, Mongols, Cathars, Hussites.
Christians mostly killed Muslims and Jews during the Crusades. The whole thing was wrong- it was a slaughter.
Christians captured Jerusalem in the crusades.
The Christians Of course
Christians were promised forgiveness and a spot in heaven if they joined the crusades.
The Crusades were about re-capturing the Holy Land, which is the sacred land for Christians.
Crusades were decreed by Popes.
Christians and Muslims
George was dead hundreds of years before the Crusades so did not participate.
The crusades were a holy war made by the christians and the Muslims who were fighting over Jerusalem
The Crusades. the Crusades
they lead the crusades yes. The crusades were an effort to retake Jerusalem.
The Holy Lands are important to both the Christians and Muslims. The crusades began when the Muslims began denying Christians access to the sacred sites.
immediately before the arrival of the Crusaders, Jerusalem was in Sunni Islamic hands, specifically the Seljuq Empire. However, Jerusalem had been controlled at different points by believers in Canaanite Polytheism, Judaism, Greco-Roman Polytheism, Orthodox Christianity, and Sunni Islam.
The christians wanted their land back. The Jews raped the christians
Muslims vs christians
Muslims Vs. Christians
The people that took part in the crusades were the European christians and the seljuk Turks.
The primary cause of the Crusades was for the Christians to win back the "Holy Land."
The Crusades. There were nine crusades between 1096-1272
Spain was an Arab country.
Christians were promised a number of things to make them join the crusades including forgiveness and a spot in heaven.
Many people participated in the Crusades including the Christians and the Muslims. The Byzantines and the Muslim Turks were the most prominent participants in the Crusades.
What was happening in Muslim lands that led christians to begin the crusades at the end of the 11th century?
The Islam religion had taken control of the Holy Land, which (naturally) had to be reconquered by the Christian religion.
What was happening in Muslim lands that led European Chrisitians to begin going on crusades at the end of 11th century?
The Muslim Empires Conquered Jerusalem which was considered Holy to the Christians also.
The Crusades for starters. The Crusades were a religious was between the Christians and the Muslims...with the Jews caught in the middle.
The reason for the crusades was a war between Christians and Muslims which centred around the city of Jerusalem.
Those who fought during the crusades were: the Seljuk Turks, the European Christians, and the Muslims.
The two mains sides that fought in the crusades were the Christians and Muslims.
christians,muslims and the jews
How about the Christians and Muslims
Saladin of the Muslims and Richard I for the christians
What was happening in Muslim lands that led European christians to begin going on crusades at the end of the 11th century For what reasons did europeans join the crusades?
the Seljuk Turks captured Jerusalem and would not allow Christians to go on a pilgrimage there Europeans went for fame, fortune, riches, religious beliefs, were absolved from all debt, and they were told by the pope they would go to heaven
Crusades: a series of Holy wars fought between the Muslims and Christians for control of Jerusalem aka "The Holy Land". During the Third and final Crusade, the Muslim leader Saladdin took victory over the Christians led by Richard the Lion-Hearted. Plague: carried by rats. Wiped out 1/3rd of the English population.
Arab Muslims as well as Arab Christians fought together the crusaders as invaders and not as Christians.
The Muslims didn't learn anything from the christians because they where so cruel to the christians.
The 2 Reasons why the crusades started: The first reason that the crusades started was that the Christians wanted to regain power over Jerusalem because the Turks wasn't allowing Christians to enter the city; and because Jerusalem was the Holy City to Christians, Muslims and Jews there was a lot of conflict between the three Religions. The second reason that the crusades started was that the Christians wanted people to change religions (EXAMPLE: Christians wanted… Read More
The crusades started in 1095 and ended in 1291. They led to the decline of Feudalism.
Saladin was a Kurd who led Islam during some of the Crusades
The first crusade was led by French Nobles.