Sultan Salauden Ayyubi And Seljuk Empire

Sultan Salauden Ayyubi And Seljuk Empire

History Of Ayyubi And Seljuk Empire / Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi / Battle of Yasi Jamn
Those who have watched Dirilis Ertugrul, must know about Ayyubid and Seljuk Empires. We will let you know about the relationship between Ayyubid and Seljuk Empires. According to history presented in the drama, at that time Amir of Aleppo was the grandson of Sultan Ayyubi and successor was Amir Al-Aziz. And the ruler of Seljuk Empire was Sultan Alauddin Kaikobad.

This video starts from fifty years back of that time. During the Crusades, the Zangi and Fatimid governments formed an alliance. Salahuddin Yusuf was the commander of the Zangi government during the Crusades. He fought vigorously against the Crusaders. Given his bravery and intelligence in this war, he was given the rank of Chief Minister in Egypt. After the death of Nur-ud-Din Zangi in 1069,

his eleven-year-old son became Sultan but since he was very young, his father took over the running of the empire. But then Salahuddin came to Syria from Egypt and confined the prince to Aleppo and became the sultan himself and established the Ayubi Empire. He used the titles “Sultan” and “Caretaker of Two Holy Mosques” for himself. The two holy mosques include the Masjid al-Haram and the Masjid al-Nabawi The sultan used the title for the first time and has continued to do so ever since Ayubi, Fatimi, Seljuk,

Ottoman Turks and today the Saudi government are the guardians of the two holy mosques.
Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi
At the same time that the Aubrey Empire was being formed in Syria, the Roman Seljuk rule in Anatolia was strengthening its foundations. How were the relations between these two states? Were they friends or were they also at war? Read the full article to learn the facts about the Seljuk, Aubrey relationship.

In 1071, Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi overthrew the Fatimid government. He made Cairo the capital of his government. From there he intended to strengthen his government The Fatimid regime was not completely overthrown,

and there was still the possibility of a riot. Salahuddin wanted to deal with both. In 1175, Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi conquered the Holy Hijaz. After the conquest of Hijaz, it emerged as a major power in the face of the Abbasid Caliphate.

They also feared that he might claim to be the caliph because he controlled two Muslim holy places. But he overthrew the Fatimid regime in Egypt and began to impose Sunni Islam there, for which he allied himself with the Abbasid Caliph of Baghdad.