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60,573.  The Pope proclaimed a new Holy War against Islam.  For control of the most hallowed site in the Christian cosmos – the sacred city of Jerusalem.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  Dr Thomas Asbridge, The Crusades 1/3 BBC 2012

 

60,574.  The story of the Crusades is remembered as a tale of religious fanaticism and unspeakable violence.  Of medieval knights and Jihadi warriors.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,575.  From the summer of 1096 between sixty and a hundred thousand Christians - men, women and children, set out to walk some two and a half thousand miles.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,576.  The Pope created an anti-Islamic onslaught, peppered with propaganda.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,577.  I think most people joined this Crusade because they earnestly believed that the coming campaign would cleanse their souls of sin.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope & Sin)  ibid.

 

60,578.  The Crusaders decided to divide their army in two.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,579.  Lack of water became a real issue.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,580.  Christian numbers were severely depleted by an epic journey.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,581.  The Muslim world finally appeared to unite.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope & Muslim)  ibid.

 

60,582.  The Muslim garrison was thrown into a state of utter confusion, and soon Antioch’s remaining gates were thrown open and the Crusaders poured in.  In the half light of dawn a chaotic slaughter began.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope & Muslim)  ibid.

 

60,583.  The besiegers had become the besieged.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,584.  They overran the Holy City ... They unleashed a rampaging torrent of barbaric and indiscriminate slaughter.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

60,585.  The Crusaders were wading through their enemies’ blood.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Pope)  ibid.

 

 

60,586.  In July 1192 Richard the Lionheart, king of England, valiant crusader knight, stood with his Holy Warriors preparing for a strike on Jerusalem.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Muslim)  Thomas Asbridge, The Crusades: The Clash of Titans 2/3 BBC 2012

 

60,587.  Jihad literally means struggle, but in the Middle Ages this could represent a fight against internal impurity or a sacred physical struggle – a Holy War, and its message could be spread by poetry.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Muslim)  ibid.

 

60,588.  Saladin was quickly becoming the premier Muslim leader in the East ... He united the disparate Muslim factions into a coherent army.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Muslim)  ibid.

 

60,589.  The Christian army marching in the height of summer was being led into a waterless killing zone.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Muslim)  ibid.

 

60,590.  Jerusalem was back in Muslim hands.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)  ibid.

 

60,591.  In June 1191 Richard the Lionheart sailed down the coast of Palestine.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)  ibid.

 

60,592.  The Third Crusade had achieved a categorical victory.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)  ibid.

 

60,593.  During Richard’s long absence from home his brother John had been plotting to take control of England.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)  ibid.

 

60,594.  Against his better judgment the Lionheart began a second advance having effectively lost control of his Crusade.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)  ibid.

 

60,595.  The Lionheart failed to learn the third Crusade to victory.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I)   ibid.

 

 

60,596.  Two centuries of religious war.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)   Dr Thomas Asbridge, The Crusades: Victory & Defeat

 

60,597.  These Christian outposts were ruled by bickering warlords.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

60,598.  The power and wealth of the Hospitallers.  This is a monument to rival anything in the Middle Ages ... Like their Templar brethren, they embraced the Crusading ideal.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

60,599.  Commercial contacts between East and West blossomed.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

60,600.  Louis was determined to bring Jerusalem back into the Christian fold.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

60,601.  Louis IX was the perfect Crusader king.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

60,602.  The Mongols and the Mamluks are the big players.  (Crusade & Islam & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & England & Richard I & Christianity)  ibid.

 

 

4,349.  In twenty years Islam unites the warring tribes of Arabia.  (Humanity & Islam & Arabia)  Mankind: The Story of All of Us IV, History Channel 2012

 

4,352.  A Christian knight on a mission from God in the Holy Land waging war on Islam.  (Humanity & Christianity & Crusades & Islam & Pope)  ibid.

 

4,353.  The Pope calls on Christians to take up arms.  (Humanity & Christianity & Crusades & Islam & Pope)  ibid.

 

4,354.  The Crusades will continue for two centuries and will cost more than a million lives.  (Humanity & Christianity & Crusades & Islam & Pope)  ibid.

 

 

60,535.  The Muslims had had a very clear idea of what the peoples of northern Europe were like.  They were of the wrong religion, they were boorish, they were unhygienic, they were like lumbering animals.  (Crusades & Islam & Muslim & Christianity)  Professor Carole Hillenbrand, author The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives

 

 

60,536.  There is no doubt on both sides of the historiography for this event that the crusaders were exceptionally bloodthirsty.  The memory of the brutality of the crusaders is still with Muslims today.  (Crusades & Islam & Muslim & Christianity)  Professor Carole Hillenbrand

 

 

60,537.  Saladin failed to remove the Crusaders permanently from Muslim soil.  (Crusades & Islam & Muslim & Christianity)  Professor Carole Hillenbrand

 

 

60,538.  He allows the Crusaders to leave.  (Crusades & Islam & Muslim & Christianity)  Professor Carole Hillenbrand

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