How did Muslims Fight Against European Knights?

originally taken from this Quora answer https://qr.ae/pGZzld With this: And later on, this: It is a misconception that Muslims were lightly armored. In fact, heavy cavalry played an instrumental part in the Battle of Ain Jalut when the Mamluks defeated the Mongols. Secondly, heavy cavalry wasn’t invincible as we see in the Battle of Agincourt, … Continue reading How did Muslims Fight Against European Knights?

Why Every Muslim Should Read Siasatnama

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Nizam ul Mulk actor from Buyuk Selcuklu Turkish serial Siasatnama, "The Book of Rules for Kings." is a book written by the great vizier, scholar and political thinker Nizam ul Mulk. He was one of the best political theorists to have ever lived. Yet, not many people, especially Muslims, know about him or his works. … Continue reading Why Every Muslim Should Read Siasatnama

Feminism- The oligarchy’s right-hand weapon

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Feminism The term feminism, blankets social and political movements under the guise of an ideology that claims to raise women to the same threshold as men in all fields of society. However, this dogma deserves contention as its true intentions remain shrouded by the elitists of the past. The complementary relationship between oligarchy and feminism … Continue reading Feminism- The oligarchy’s right-hand weapon

John Axouchos, From Kidnapped Child to Roman Commander

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Early life John Axouchos was born circa 1087. He is a Turk by birth (though referred to anachronistically as a "Persian" by John Kinnamos). Because of his origin, it is possible that Axouchos was a Muslim before his capture. In 1097, the little John Axouchos was captured by the Romans during the Siege of Nicaea … Continue reading John Axouchos, From Kidnapped Child to Roman Commander