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[[File:Saladin001.jpg|thumb|right|200px|Set against his many assets, Saladin sucked at tying a [[turban]].]]
 
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'''Saladin''' (/ˈsælədɪn/; 1137 – 4 March 1193), born '''An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub''' (Arabic: صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيوب‎),  was a [[Kurdish Military Industries|Kurdish]] <s>terrorist</s> white-turban [[Muslim]], famous for his excellent table manners and knee-trembling poetry. He is credited with beating the [[Crusades|Crusaders]] and starting a strange relationship with King [[Richard the Lionheart]] of [[England]].
 
'''Saladin''' (/ˈsælədɪn/; 1137 – 4 March 1193), born '''An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub''' (Arabic: صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيوب‎),  was a [[Kurdish Military Industries|Kurdish]] <s>terrorist</s> white-turban [[Muslim]], famous for his excellent table manners and knee-trembling poetry. He is credited with beating the [[Crusades|Crusaders]] and starting a strange relationship with King [[Richard the Lionheart]] of [[England]].
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Saladin is still considered a great hero in the [[Islamic]] countries of the [[Middle East]]. More surprisingly, he is one of the very few Muslims that [[Christian]] chronologers had a good word for and not subject to the usual abusive [[Latin]] descriptions of his family background. He was the soldier who re-took [[Jerusalem]] from the Crusaders in 1187.
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== Origins ==
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Traditionally, the Kurds have made a claim that Saladin was one of theirs. Since Kurdish is a language related to Iranian (and therefore an Indo European tongue and a distant relative of most European languages), this has given Saladin's legendary good manners came from that background. In fact, it is more likely he was at best mixed and no doubt spoke and wrote fluent Arabic.
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== Warrior ==
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== Egypt ==
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== Jerusalem ==
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== Richard the Lionheart ==
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== Death ==
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== Depictions ==
  
Saladin is still considered a great hero in the [[Islamic]] countries of the [[Middle East]]. More surprisingly, he is one of the very few Muslims that [[Christian]] chronologers had a good word for and not subject to the usual abusive [[Latin]] descriptions of his family background. He was the soldier who re-took [[Jerusalem]] from the Crusaders in 1187.
 
  
 
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Set against his many assets, Saladin sucked at tying a turban.

Saladin (/ˈsælədɪn/; 1137 – 4 March 1193), born An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub (Arabic: صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيوب‎), was a Kurdish terrorist white-turban Muslim, famous for his excellent table manners and knee-trembling poetry. He is credited with beating the Crusaders and starting a strange relationship with King Richard the Lionheart of England.

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Saladin is still considered a great hero in the Islamic countries of the Middle East. More surprisingly, he is one of the very few Muslims that Christian chronologers had a good word for and not subject to the usual abusive Latin descriptions of his family background. He was the soldier who re-took Jerusalem from the Crusaders in 1187.

Origins

Traditionally, the Kurds have made a claim that Saladin was one of theirs. Since Kurdish is a language related to Iranian (and therefore an Indo European tongue and a distant relative of most European languages), this has given Saladin's legendary good manners came from that background. In fact, it is more likely he was at best mixed and no doubt spoke and wrote fluent Arabic.

Warrior

Egypt

Jerusalem

Richard the Lionheart

Death

Depictions

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