Imad-ud-Din Zangi By Sadiq Hussain Siddique

Imad-ud-Din Zangi By Sadiq Hussain Siddique Title of the book is “Imad-ud-Din Zangi” Written by Maulana Sadiq Hussain Siddique.

Sultan Imad-ud -Din Zangi was one of the great General and worrier on the Islamic world in the history. He was the son of Sultan Malik Shah. Sultan Mahmood conferred on him the govt of Mosul in conjunction with the title of Atabek, the Tutor of the Princess. When he was in Syria and Iraq, Imad-ud-Din was attacked by Edessa that was among the strongest fortresses held by the Crusaders and fashioned the center of their aggressive inroads into the neighboring territories held by the Muslims.

Imad-ud-Din captured Edessa in 539 AH In keeping with Arab historians, it was absolutely the “conquests of conquest” for Edessa was considered by the Christians because of the “stoutest prophecy of the Latin Empire.

In the past, Shortly when achieving this sensible victory ‘Imad-ud-Din was assassination by a slave on the fifth of Rabi’ al-Thani, 541 A.H. Therefore, perished one amongst the best heroes of Islam, who was inaugurated in the manner of a counterattack against Crisaders. However, the task was left incomplete by the good.

 

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