Nasir Yusuf

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Kurdish Empire - History - Fall - Mongol Invasion and Fall of The Empire
... An-Nasir Yusuf sent an embassy to the Mongol capital Karakorum in 1250, shortly after assuming power ... An-Nasir Yusuf sent a delegation to Hulegu afterward, repeating his protestations to submission ... Hulegu refused to accept the terms and so an-Nasir Yusuf called on Cairo for aid ...
An-Nasir Yusuf - Conflict With Egyptian Mamluks
... An-Nasir Yusuf, being an Ayyubid, refused to recognize Shajar al-Durr as the Sultana of Egypt and, as a sign of support, the Emirs of Syria granted him the city of Damascus, in Syria ... In October 1250 an-Nasir Yusuf sent forces to Gaza to conquer Egypt and overthrow Aybak, but Egyptian forces led by Faris ad-Din Aktai defeated them ... In January 1251 an-Nasir Yusuf led another army to Egypt and clashed with Aybak's army in a significant battle with Yusuf's defeat ...
Kurdish Empire - History - Disintegration - Restoration of Unity
... In 1244-45, as-Salih Ayyub had seized Judea and Samaria from an-Nasir Dawud he took possession of Jerusalem then marched on to take Damascus which fell with ... His general Fakhr ad-Din went on to subdue an-Nasir Dawud's territories ... Although he did not have the means to take it, an-Nasir Dawud was not strong enough to drive him away ...
An-Nasir Yusuf
... An-Nasir Yusuf (Arabic الناصر يوسف ) (Royal Name al-Malik al-Nasir Salah al-Din Yusuf (Arabic الملك الناصر صلاح الدين يوسف )(1228–1260) was the Ayyubid ruler of most of Syria ...
An-Nasir Yusuf - The Sack of Aleppo
... Turanshah, the uncle of an-Nasir Yusuf, refused to surrender ... When the news of the sack of Aleppo reached an-Nasir Yusuf, he and his army fled towards Gaza on January 31, stopping at Nablus for several days and leaving a ... troops raided Palestine, and fought with an-Nasir's troops in the olive groves of Nablus, defeating the entire force ...