The twenty-first of Shaaban

The twenty-first of Sha’ban:


It happened on this day,,

* In 489 AH / August 1096 AD, Pope Urban II announces the start of the crusade gathering in Constantinople, Preparing for the start of the campaign against the Islamic East, and the seizure of Jerusalem, And rid him of the hands of Muslims.
* Year 559 AH / July 1164 AD The recapture of Homs from the Crusaders by Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi after he besieged it, By opening it, he became more of the Levant under his hand.
* In 1006 AH / March 1598 AD the Germans seize the city of “Yanqale” in a smart way, After it was under Turkish control.
* In 1389 AH / November 1969 AD the signing of a ceasefire agreement in Cairo between the Lebanese government and the Palestine Liberation Organization, After the clashes that erupted between them in Nahr al-Bared for Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

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* In 1397 AH / August 1977 AD Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin decides to impose Israeli legislation on the West Bank.
* Year 1439 AH / May 2018 AD US President Donald Trump announces his country’s withdrawal from the nuclear agreement concluded with Iran since Jumada II 1436 AH.


Events written on this day:


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