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Salah El Deen considered it first necessary to unite Muslims before he facing the Christian kingdoms in the Holy lands.In 1187 the Christian King of Karak, who was called Arnat, launched an attack against a number of pilgrims travelling to make the hajj.Famous in the Western history books for his challenge against Richard the Lion heart, he is very seldom portrayed in his true light.He was a man of good build, with a bright face, sharp eyes and a dark thick beard.In the letter he asked him to respect the peace agreement, to free all the hostages and to return whatever he had stolen.But the King refused Salah El Deen‘s request, leaving him no other choice but to teach him a good lesson.After establishing his army in Egypt he proceeded to unite the various smaller Arab States that had become semi-independent states.
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He decided to avoid Safarid and attack Tabarieh first.
Salah El Deen’s plan was to push the Christian to leave their positions in Safarid so that they would be tired and exhausted by the difficult journey. Forced into leaving their positions Salah El Deen’s plan proved its success.
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