“رسالة مفتوحة إالحاكم الجديد لمصر
سلام ، تحية للسلام
You have taken over reign of power in Egypt, the GREAT NATION and Civilization at a crucial time.
“الآن لتصل إلى ما إذا كنت ترغب في أن نتذكر في التاريخ مثل جورج واشنطن دي صلاح الدين فرنسي أو مجرد الأخرى حسني مبارك أو فرعون أو على حد سواء.”
Remember no one rules or lives for ever.
“Everyone is bound to taste death and you shall receive your full reward on the Day of Resurrection. Then, whoever is spared the Fire and is admitted to Paradise has indeed been successful. The life of this world is merely an illusory enjoyment.”(Qur’an;3:185)
Friend and well wisher of Oppressed People
In this era of turmoil, and religious extremism the personalties like Saladin, symbolize respect of human rights, tolerance, compassion piety and bravery. Saladin [Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb, born 1137/38, Tikrīt, Mesopotamia died March 4, 1193, Damascus, Syria] became Sultan of Egypt, Syria, Yemen, and Palestine and founder of the Ayyūbid dynasty. In 1171 he abolished the Shīʿite Fāṭimid caliphate and announced a return to Sunnite Islam in Egypt. From 1174, as sultan of Egypt and Syria, he succeeded in uniting Egypt, Syria, northern Mesopotamia, and Palestine. His reputation as a generous and virtuous but firm ruler rekindled Muslim resistance to the Crusades. In 1187, turning his full strength against the Latin Crusader states, he captured Jerusalem, which had been in Christian hands for 88 years. Whereas the Christian conquest had been marked by slaughter, Saladin’s troops demonstrated courteous and civilized behaviour. His victory deeply shocked the West and led to the call for the Third Crusade (1189–92), which matched him against Richard I (the Lionheart); their stalemate resulted in a peace that gave the Crusaders only a small strip of land from Tyre to Yafo (Jaffa). Many Muslims consider Saladin the paradigm of the pious and virtuous ruler.[Source Encyclopedia Britannica]