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This episode looks at the causes of the Crusades and the early march of the Crusaders through Muslim territory and the lead up to the capture of Jerusalem.
This episode looks at the continued Crusader march through Muslim lands on their way to Jerusalem from 1098 to 1099. We will see the massacre and cannibalism of the city of Maarrat al-Numan and the capture of
Jerusalem by the Crusaders in 1099.
This episode of the Lost Islamic History podcast looks at the occupation of Jerusalem in the Crusades and the Muslim response (or lack of response) in the early 1100s
This episode of the Lost Islamic History podcast looks at the development of Muslim unity in the mid-1100s in the face of the Crusader threat. Syria and Egypt finally unite, paving the way for Salah al-Din to come in and lead the Muslims to victory and the liberation of Jerusalem.
Thank you to Lost Islamic History for these videos.