Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi : the establishment of the Ayubid state : vol. 2
Title By: Khattab, Nasiruddin [Translated by]Material type: BookPublisher: Riyadh : International Islamic Publishing House, c2010.Description: 476p. : maps ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9786035010573Other title: Ṣalaḥ al Din al Ayyubi.Subject(s): Saladin, 1137-1193 | Crusades | Hattin -- Battle of Israel, -- 1187 | IslamDDC classification: 297.72 SA SA
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|297.72 LE CR The crisis of Islam : holy war and unholy terror /||297.72 MU BA The Battle of Qadisiyyah : the fall of the mighty Persian empire||297.72 SA SA Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi :||297.72 SA SA Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi :||297.72 SA SA Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi :||297.74 MA DA Dawah according to the Qur'an and the Sunnah /||297.77 AB EX Explanation of important lessons (for every Muslim) /|
Includes bibliographical references.
The renowned contemporary Arab historian of Islam, Dr. Ali M. Sallabi has written a fascinating biography of a man who looms larger than life throughout history, yet who remains largely unknown to people outside the Arab world. Dr. Sallabi's meticulous research has effectively filled that gap in our knowledge. His work is more than just biography, as the reader will see. Volume One of Salah ad-Deer al-Ayubi sets the stage for the advent of the Ayubids as Dr. Sallabi describes vividly (and with his characteristic candour) the geopolitical scene upon which the first Crusades were acted out and their effects on the Muslim world in the twelfth century CE. The author discusses the events and introduces the many interesting personalities that played important parts in this real-life drama. Volume Two of Salah ad-Deen al-Ayubi discusses the establishment of the Ayubid state, mentioning the origins of Salah ad-Deen's family, his birth and childhood; Dr. Sallabi describes the character and ethics of Salah ad-Deen: how he put an end to the Fatimid opposition and reorganised administrative affairs in Egypt; his efforts to revive the Sunnah in Egypt; his jihad against the Crusaders; his use of his literary skills in the service of Islam; and his keenness to unite the Muslim world. Theauthor discusses the events and introduces the many other interesting personalities that played important parts in this crucial period in world history.