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The conflict between the Christians and the Muslims between 1098 and 1229 was the result of political unrest which was fueled the Muslims migrating into the Christian holy lands lead by Pope Urban II and carried on throughout latter centuries by his followers What follows is a story of war holy visionsunholy alliances promises made with fingers crossed sieges and slaughters the details of which fill volumes Christianity in its infancy was a very threatened state It was enriched with radical ideas that called for the worship of a single god in place of the many dieties that had ruled for centuries before These radical concepts took a while to sink in and become the root of what would be the modern era The world of the latter 9th century and early 10th century was in a state of turmoil resulting from the recent adoption of Christianity as the official religion of the modern world In order to cement its hold on the masses the political heads of the day decided to quell all internal conflicts and unite against an enemy whose destruction would help to further develop the hold that the Pope and the church had on the world The Muslims were originally a tight banded group of followers of Muhammad and the religion of Islam When the prophet Muhammad died however the group lost its center and thus began to unravel a little and disperse The Muslims slowly began to integrate into the Christian holy lands threatening the foundation of Christianity This integration lead to unease and gave root to the cause of the Crusades It allowed for the Pope to issue official doctrine which called for the removal of the muslims in a united effort by devout Christians A crusade is a holy war authorized encouraged and supported by the Pope in the name of God and Christ In order to justify a war or
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