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Download × The Book of Saladin á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook È The Book of Saladin is the fictional memoir of Saladin the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem as dictated to a Jewish scribe Ibn Yakub Saladin grants Ibn Yakub permission to talk to his wife and retainers so that he might present a full portrait in the Sultan's mThe Book of Saladin is the fictional memoir of Saladin the Kurdish liberator of Jerusalem as dictated to a Jewish scribe Ibn Yakub Saladin grants Ibn Yakub permission to talk to his wife and retainers so that he might present a full portrait in the Sultan's memoirs A series of interconnected stories follows tales brimming over with warmth. When I picked up this book for reading I was thinking about reading the biography of one of the greatest hero of Islam Ṣalāḥ ad Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb better known in the Western world as Saladin but biography of greatest hero in fictional form by Tari Ali is shallow test less and base Even Wikipedia gives better biography of Saladin than this book Why you ask here is whyI am really really disgusted by the numerous allusions to homosexuality sodomy prostitution described in this novel This not the disgusting part the disgusting part is suggestion that those closest to Saladin including imams and advisers were involved in these heinous actsAgreed that these things occur in this world but when you are writing a biography of great military leader and liberator of Jerusalem and using such a shameful language and behavior is really disgusting shallow test less and baseThe way Tari Ali describes the love life of Saladin is really shameful as I was reading I started to feel the Tari Ali really doesn’t know much about who Saladin was and even if he knew I think he hates him so much that he thought of writing a book to just show his hatred towards him Don’t know what exactly was going through his mind while writing this bookMost of the book is filled with sub plots or sub stories and these stories doesn’t add much to Saladin’s biography apart from filling the pages and making book denseI honestly won’t recommend this book to any one I won’t be reading any other books by Tari AliI honestly believe that Wikipedia entry on Saladin is better than this book

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Earthy humor and passions in which ideals clash with realities and dreams are confounded by desiresAt the heart of the novel is an affecting love affair between the Sultan's favored wife Jamila and the beautiful Halina a later addition to the harem The novel charts the rise of Saladin as Sultan of Egypt and Syria and follows him as he pr. These reviews are super predictable BAD reviews devout Muslims homophobes those in total denial about the existence of homosexuality in Muslim societies those naive enough to believe that Muslim leaders religious and secular didn't commit any sinsGOOD reviews or at least average secularists people who don't confuse historical fiction with history or biography people who understand that one's public and private lives can be two different things Sometimes Goodreads makes me so depressed about the state of literacy in this world

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The Book of SaladinEpares in alliance with his Jewish and Christian subjects to take Jerusalem back from the Crusaders This is a medieval story but much of it will be uncannily familiar to those who follow events in contemporary Cairo Damascus and Baghdad Betrayed hopes disillusioned soldiers and unrealistic alliances form the backdrop to The Book of Saladi. The Book of Saladin is the second book in Islamic uintet by Tari Ali It is the chronicle of Islamic warrior Salah Ud Din Ayubi or Saladin for western people set in the twelfth century Cairo Damascus and Jerusalem The Book of Saladin is a fictional memoir of Saladin the Kurdish liberator the Muslim leader during the Crusades was one of the best known figures of the Middle Ages The West accepted him as a worthy opponent; Islam was indebted to him for the recovery of Jerusalem though it's a brilliant effort by Tari Ali to portray the life of Salah ud Din through his wives and retainers but their is too much fiction in this book and i don't think the reality was this much true especially the women dominance in harem and sexual relationships between women and men that's why i gave this book only three starsthough i might be wrong