Reciprocal Cultural Relations between Muslims and Crusaders during the Crusades Wars

Khaled S AlShreideh


Our research and also taught the information in this serious social study in cultural aspects and interrelationships of the various original sources and studies secondary to the foundations of civilizd communication between Muslims and Crusaders during the Crusades to the Levant and the contemporary Prince Osama bin Mongheth savior of these deceased war in 544 AH-1888 and then of the crusader Wiliam Suri, who died in 581 AH- 1185 AD and Fulcher of Chartres deceased in BC 12-6 e and traveler Ibn Jubayr, who died in 614 AH- 1218 AD, Ibn Shaddad, who died in 632 AH- 1234 AD who this war contemporary enrich and reflect more than others in this social aspect in terms of coexistence and understanding and communication between the various demographic elements that formed Shami community during the Crusades and inspired by the predominance recipe peace not war on this relationship, vulnerability and influence another between the Muslim and Crusader parties through a common language and means of addressing concerted by the friction between the parties and mating and affinity of each other sometimes and the impact of religion and belief of the parties in each other and we were the piece of material and moral heritage of mutual then we pointed to what some people taking it from each other from this positive heritage, habits and behaviors that have left their social impacts in the behavior of subsequent generations and we mentioned at the end of this research was reportedly referring some of the continued existence of a cruciform family after the departure of the Crusader forces from the region, through Shami families said to be related to the proportions since those invading Crusader campaigns in the Islamic eastern areas.


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