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After Effects of the Crusades
Transcript of After Effects of the Crusades
What happened in the middle east during the crusades?
Current problems in the middle east
U.S. Pins Hope on Syrian Rebels With Loyalties All Over the Map
Similarities: They were fighting for land. They didn't want the holy land to be in Jewish rule. Many innocent people are affected.
The crusades are possibly the most misunderstood event in European history that might even be a legend. They also affected many religions and innocent people. But they brought a lot of knowledge.
By: Grazia Decanini and Brenda Martinez
Between 1095 and 1291, Christians from western Europe launched a series of eight major invasions against the Middle East, this was to liberate the Holy Land and Jerusalem from Muslim rule. This attack, the crusades affected many of the Muslim and Jewish people of the Middle east.
One of the most important effects that the Crusades had on the Middle East was in the area of economics.
But after that the middle east became very popular in trade.
Israel wants to exist as a Jewish state and to live in peace. But the Palestinians also want that. But the main problems is that many Palestinians and may other muslims and arabs do not recognize the right of the Jewish state of Israel to exist (Since 1947). So the United nations voted to divide the land into a Jewish and Arab state. The Jews accepted this but no Arabs or any muslim country accepted it.
Several Islamic states and countries have accepted to join the United States to fight against the Islamic Revels.
Muslims reactions to the crusades:
They were really prepared and had good soldiers and they survived thought them.
Muslims way of thinking:
They wanted peace and didn't want to give up their land.
Muslims attitude toward peace:
They wanted it but it was really difficult to get it.
Muslims action towards Christians and Jews:
They fought with them.
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President Obama’s determination to train Syrian rebels to serve as ground troops against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria leaves the United States dependent on a diverse group diven by infighting, with no shared leadership and with hard-line Islamists as its most effective fighters.
New york times
-Now at days: They have more powerful weapons. They have made peace with some countries.
-In the middle ages: They were more protected because people took much more time to get there. They didn't have many powerful weapons.