How was Salahuddin Ayyubi?

1. Shia view on every person is according to his obedience or disobedience to the orders of Allah SWT) and the Prophet (SAWA). We love and respect any pious person who obeyed Allah and His Messenger and vice versa, we don't like nor respect those who disobeyed Allah and His Messenger.

2. Salah Uddin al-Ayyubi was a dictator ruler who captured the rule over Egypt and many other countries through bloodshed. Sunni books especially al-Maqreezi in al-Khitai, mentioned details of his battles against Muslims in many areas and his killing thousands of Muslims just to take the government on them. 
3. Salah Uddin al-Ayyubi killed many scholars including al-Sahrawardi who was a well known Sunni Sufi scholar. He killed hundreds of Shia scholars in Egypt and Aleppo and other places for no crime but just out of hatred to Ahlul Bayt (AS).

4. He travelled to hundreds of places but never performed Hajj at all.

5. He was drinking alcohol daily as it is recorded in his daily minutes which was recently published in many volumes. 
6. He refused to allow the Abbasid Caliph (Al-Nasser) to send his army to remove the crusaders from Palestine fearing on his chair. He joined hands with the crusaders allowing them to rule over almost all Palestine except parts of Quds. He became an ally of the crusaders and arranged marriage of his brother with the sister of the crusaders king.

7. He destroyed all schools of Shia scholars and closed down al-Azhar because it was established by the Shia . It remained closed for 104 years.

8. He burned thousands of valuable books and destroyed the libraries in Egypt just because it was established by Shia.

9. He burned thousands of Sudani Muslims alive who were besieged by his army.

10. He used to kill any Muslim who refuses to leave Ahlul Bayt till he forced people in Egypt to follow his own sect by his sword.

These are few facts about Salahuddin al-Ayyubi. More details can be found in many Sunni books like al-Khitat by al- Maqreezi and other books of history.


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