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The knights promised to fight for the land.

In war for land. I wanted land and you wanted land. We both send our knights to fight to see who gets the land. Also to fight to see who gets the lady. Because they wanted to gain honor. Also in wars. Say I have knights and you have knights. We wanted the same territory so we fought a war. Also to fight for their love. Knights fight in competitions to see who gets the lady.

There is a religion. the christian holy land is bethlehem. this is where was born and stayed for some time.

cause Christian people started the war first for holy land that's why Muslims fight with them for their protect..

Pope Urban demanded that all Christians were to reclaim the holy land from the Muslims.

The Knights Templar were a powerful Christian military. They had a reputation of being fearsome but were learned men who were dedicated to protecting people of all religions. They were great statesmen and economic traders. The Knights Templar were dedicated to protecting all things Holy as well as the Holy Land.

The Knights Templar were the most powerful military monastic order which took part in the Crusades. The Knights Templar were formed from several groups of knights by Hugh de Payens for the express purpose of protecting Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land.

The First Crusade. Christian knights waged a religious war against the Muslims in Jerusalem in an attempt to reclaim the Holy Land.

I think you mean Knights Hospitaller. They were a Christian organization that began as an Amalfitan hospital founded in Jerusalem in approximately 1080 to provide care for poor, sick or injured pilgrims to the Holy Land. After the Western Christian conquest of Jerusalem in 1099 during the First Crusade, it became a religious/military order under its own charter, and was charged with the care and defence of the Holy Land.

In return, the knights promised to fight on the king's behalf.

The holy land was in the middle east, Jerusalem. The main war that happened there was the Crusades. This was fought between the Christian Europeans and the Arabic people because Jerusalem is a very holy place in both Islam and Christianity.

they protected the pilgrims in the holy land in the second crusade.

Pope Urban II called Christians to the Holy Land to fight enemies of the Church.

Ostensibly to recapture the Holy Land from the Mohammedans (Muslims).

Prior to the crusades, the Holy land had been taken over by Muslims. The crusaders went to the Holy Land to fight the Muslims and kick them out.

they were protecting the land from terrorists and rapists who were trying to make people rapists and terrorists

Because they wanted to protect pilgrims coming from Europe to the holy land. Their original names were The Poor Knights of Christ and there were 9 knights in the begining.

For a time, yes. But the Crusades did not keep the Holy Land under Christian control for very long.

A good map can be found here:

The last Christian stronghold in the Holy Land seized by Muslim forces in 1291 was Acre. It was taken in the Siege of Acre.

It was a military campaign launched by Christian Europeans to win back the Holy Land occupied by the Muslims.

Knights fought for their land and nobles before the king was considered and only when the king paid them would they then fight for him

the crusades were to rescue christian holy items and land the first was to regain the holy land the others were to storm places were they belived the arabians were hiding the holy grail and such.

Well first of all, King William did because he got knights from the barons because william gave them land because he owned all of the land in france and england. barons give knights land to fight for william. so william, barons and knights benefit from the feudal system. the peasants didn't cus knights didn't give land to peasants to work for them on knights land

To take the Holy Land back from the Muslims

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