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What was the Battle of Ayn Jalut ?

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Asked by khabardar, 08 Jun '12 04:00 pm
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The Battle of Ayn Jalut (or Ain Jalut) pitted the Mongols under Genghis Khan's grandson Hulagu against Egypt's professional warrior-slave class, the Mamluks in 1260
Answered by Anil K Chugh, 22 Oct '13 02:38 pm

 
  
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The Battle of Ayn Jalut
Contributed by Prof. Dr. Nazeer Ahmed, PhD

Not since the Battle of Badr had the Muslim world stood face to face with extinction as it did at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. Just as the Prophet had triumphed at Badr 600 years earlier, the Mamlukes triumphed over the combined armies of the Mongols, the Crusaders and the Armenians at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. The Muslim world survived by a margin that was as small as any allowed by history to any civilization.

As the Mongols turned back from central Europe after overrunning Hungary and Poland, it became obvious to the Christian powers that Western Europe was safe. At the Council of Lyons (1245) they resolved to seek an alliance with the Mongols against the Muslims. In 1246, one of the delegations under John de Plano Carpini reached Korakorum, the Mongol capital and made representations to Kuyuk, the Great Khan. Two of Kuyuks ministers were Christian and John was received cordially. A second delegation under Anselm, ...more
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The Mamlukes triumphed over the combined armies of the Mongols, the Crusaders and the Armenians at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. The Muslim world survived by a margin that was as small as any allowed by history to any civilization.
Answered by z, 08 Jun '12 04:07 pm

 
  
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Not since the Battle of Badr had the Muslim world stood face to face with extinction as it did at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. Just as the Prophet had triumphed at Badr 600 years earlier, the Mamlukes triumphed over the combined armies of the Mongols, the Crusaders and the Armenians at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. The Muslim world survived by a margin that was as small as any allowed by history to any civilization.
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Not since the Battle of Badr had the Muslim world stood face to face with extinction as it did at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. Just as the Prophet had triumphed at Badr 600 years earlier, the Mamlukes triumphed over the combined armies of the Mongols, the Crusaders and the Armenians at the Battle of Ayn Jalut. The Muslim world survived by a margin that was as small as any allowed by history to any civilization.
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Answered by azam khan, 22 Oct '13 03:36 pm

 
  
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