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Who is Al-Kamil?
Al-Kamil was a Kurdish ruler, the fourth Ayyubid sultan of Egypt. During his tenure as sultan, the Ayyubids defeated two crusades. In a temporary agreement with the Crusaders, he ceded Jerusalem to the Christians and is known to have met with Saint Francis of Assisi at the alleged Trial by Fire.
- also known as Al-Malik al-Kamil
- born in (836 years ago) in Cairo, child of Al-Adil I
- religion: Islam
- died on (777 years ago) in Damascus
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by Clifford J. Rogers
The crusaders disembarked at the end of May 1218, but the sultan's son, al-Kamil, though surprised, managed to assemble a ...
by Ian Richard Netton
AL-KAMIL. aThe. perfect man« is the individual who maintains the link between God and creation and acts for the believers as a perfect mirror of the divine. Many Sufis discussed the perfect man including Ibn al-aArabi and aAbd al-Karim.
by Kevin Shillington
capitalized on an ongoing Ayyubid civil war and succession crisis, in which the Ayyubid princes of Syria and Palestine were allied against al-Kamil of Egypt. To prevent a ...
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