What We Learn From Saladin Analysis

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As you read through history, you can notice that it is likely about battles: winning and losing, and leaders: good or bad. Either one is a part of every history of every nation or community. By reading these aspects of history you can see that leaders are the most important part of every history or nation’s past because they are the backbone of every battle or even communities and empires. And above all that a leader is a one who goes first and leads by example, so that others are motivated to follow him. This is a basic requirement, and in order to be a leader, a person must have an inherent commitment to the goal that they try to achieve even if nobody follows them. Otherwise, they will not be the leader that everybody wishes to follow. If someone wants to be an effective leader, he/she must have followers and to have followers, trust must be gained by the…show more content…
He offers a gap into the ironic history and peacefulness of Islam because of his great leadership and peaceful status. It is obviously shown that Saladin let different religions live together peacefully. Not only did Saladin treat the Crusaders with kindness, he also ensured that Muslims and non-Muslims lived in peace and harmony with each other. Also, he preferred to take Jerusalem without violence and offered generous terms, as in this article “What We Learn from Saladin” which talks about the good features that Saladin had and we should learn from him, states that “Saladin did not shed the blood of Christians in Jerusalem. He freed the old, the widows, and the children to ensure that they were not condemned to a life of slavery” (What We Learn from Saladin). In this article which I know is not perfectly describes how Saladin was and did but mentions the positive features of him, and it means that he always thought of offering peace to a place before he conquer it, and he wanted to use the peaceful way rather than killing

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