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The first crusade started in the year 1096 and ended in 1099. It was a military mission by the Catholic in Europe to recover the Holy lands taken by Muslims. Pope Urban II launched the conquest who wanted to respond to an appeal made by Byzantine Emperor Alexios I, who asked for western aid to help him resist the Seljuk Turks invasion. The Holy Land belonged to Roman Empire, and hence the Byzantine Empire, until the Islamic conquest which drove Byzantines out of the land. However, the Muslims allowed Christians to visit their sacred places until 1071 when Seljuk Turks came in claiming to defend the Byzantines. Seljuk Turks conquered Jerusalem the same year from Egyptian Fatimid. After the conquest, they became unfriendly to Christian pilgrims subjecting them to harassments. This made Alexius I, the Byzantine Emperor, to call for help from Western Europe. The second goal was to rescue Jerusalem and the [url=]hollister outlet sale[/url] Holy Land from Islamic rule, which became the main objective of [url=]ugg pas cher[/url] the crusade (Helibrium Timeline of Art History).
Peasants and knights from Western Europe travelled by sea and over land to Jerusalem. Peasants were more [url=]moncler pas cher[/url] than the knights during the crusade. There was a division of the crusaders into different armies. Unfortunately, the peasants army did not reach Jerusalem because the peasants less trained in combat than the knights. However, the knights reached Jerusalem and initiated an assault on it, capturing it [url=][/url] in July 1099. During the process, of rescuing Jerusalem, there was a massacre of many Muslims and Jews in the city. They established the crusaders states of Jerusalem, principality of Antioch, County of Tripoli and county of Edessa. The crusaders refused to return their respective countries, but instead established their states after conquer. This conquest remains controversial as [url=]moncler[/url] either aggressive or defensive because instead of rescuing the city and giving it back to Christians, the crusaders decided to dominate it. The first crusade being a response by Christians to Muslim conquests, followed by other eight crusades (Runciman 35)
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Modern Christianity does not consider crusades as crucial due to modern beliefs towards war and [url=]moncler sito ufficiale[/url] religion. They believe that religion is [url=]barbour[/url] not [url=]hollister[/url] a cause of violence. The crusades bring shame to modern Christians for they see it as the dark side of Christianity history. Many anti- Christian believers cite the crusades as a proof against Christianity. For this reason, crusades are not significant in modern Christianity. Therefore, they promoted trade between Asia and Europe. Politics also changed in Europe. Following the death of many knights and nobles during the process of the crusades, many kings increased their power. The crusades had long impacts on the relationship among people. Crusaders attack on Jews made [url=]barbour paris[/url] Jews not to trust Christianity. Tension increased between Byzantines and Western Christians particularly after the crusaders attack at Constantinople.
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