The Crusades: Islamic Perspectives

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Routledge, 24‏/10‏/2018 - 704 من الصفحات
First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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An Overview
4-38
The Theories of Sivan and Köhler
4-45
How the Muslims Saw the Franks Ethnic and Religious Stereotypes
4-54
The Value of Popular Folk Literature
5-2
Later Medieval Views of the Franks in the Cosmographical and Geographical Literature
5-8
The Religious Dimension
5-18
The Frankish Threat to the Pilgrimage and to the Holy Cities of Arabia Mecca and Medina
5-25
The Evidence of Contemporary Muslim Poetry
5-38

The Eastern Perspective Seljuq Disunity 48549210921099
2-3
A Summary of the State of the Islamic Lands on the Eve of the First Crusade
2-11
Muslim Accounts
2-18
The Fall of Antioch
2-24
The Conquest of Jerusalem
2-31
An Overview of the Years 49250410991110
2-40
The Egyptian Response
2-43
The Local Syrian Response to the Frankish Presence
2-50
Jihad in the Period 49356911001174
2-57
Spiritual Jihad the Greater Jihad
2-64
The Lack of Jihad Spirit in Syria and Palestine
2-70
Zengi and the Fall of Edessa
3-8
The Religious Dimensions of the Career of Nur alDin
3-15
The Image of Nur alDin in the Written Sources
3-26
The General Status of Jerusalem in the Medieval Islamic World
3-32
The Role of Jerusalem in the Propaganda of the CounterCrusade
3-38
Jihad Literature from the Time of Nur alDin
3-48
Jihad in the Period from the Death of Nur alDin until the Fall of Acre 569
3-58
The Evidence of the Medieval Muslim Chroniclers
3-64
Saladin and Jerusalem
4-1
A Historical Introduction to the Ayyubid Period 58964711931249
4-7
A Hollow Sham?
4-13
The Fate of Jerusalem in the Ayyubid Period
4-19
The Power of the Preacher to Rouse the Populace to Jihad
4-14
An Overview of Jihad in the Ayyubid Period
4-15
The Jihad Titulature of the Mamluks Evidence of Monumental Inscriptions and Chancellery
4-23
The Attitude to Jihad amongst the Military and Religious Classes in the Early Mamluk Period
4-30
The Contrasting Symbols of the Cross and the Quran
5-45
The Religious Gullibility of the Franks
5-53
The Intensification of antiChristian Propaganda in Saladins Time
5-54
The Level of the Muslim Debate about Frankish Christianity
5-60
Aspects of Life in the Levant in the Crusading Period
5-67
Muslim Views on the Crusader Religious Orders
5-74
Frankish women
6-10
Was the Frankish Lifestyle Influenced by the Muslims?
6-19
The Appropriation of the Religious Monuments of the Other
6-35
Freedom of Worship
6-41
The LongTerm Effects of CrusaderMuslim Contact
6-57
Conclusions
6-91
Armies Arms Armour and Fortifications
6-100
The Military Manuals of the Muslims
7-4
The Arms and Armour of the Muslims
7-21
Fortifications in the Levant in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
7-47
CHAPTER 8 The Conduct of
7-74
Siege Warfare
7-90
Muslim Accounts of Individual Sieges
8-2
The Naval Dimension
8-28
An Overview of the Value of the Islamic Sources on the Conduct of
1951
The Development of Muslim Interest in the Crusading Phenomenon
1965
Some General Reflections
1983
Bibliography
1989
Index
2003
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