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Who Is More Civilized, Saladin or Richard I?

Summary: Essay discussing, who is more civilized, Saladin or Richard I, both leaders in the third crusade.
Both Saladin and Richard I, also known as Richard the Lionheart, were great leaders and warriors in the third crusade. Richard the Lionheart was the English king who fought with the Europeans against Saladin. Saladin, who was a Muslim sultan, fought against the Europeans to protect Jerusalem. To decide who was more civilized, it is necessary to know the definition of "civil." Webster's Dictionary defines "civil," as "adequate in courtesy and politeness." For the purposes of this essay, it is necessary to specify that generosity and kindness are included in this definition. There is a wealth of historical records to prove that Saladin was generous and kind and reasonable and adequate even during the hard battles of war and therefore, he was more civil than his adversary, Richard I.

Saladin was born in 1138, in Baalbek, east of Beirut. His real name was...

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