Persecution of Muslims is the religious persecution inflicted upon followers of the Islamic faith.
This page lists incidents in both medieval and modern history in which Muslim populations have been targeted for persecution by non-Muslim groups. In mislim early days of Islam at Meccathe new Muslims were often subjected to abuse and persecution by the pagan Meccans often called Mushrikin: Abu Lahab's wife Umm Jamil would regularly dump filth outside his door and placed thorns in the path to his house. Accordingly, if free Muslims were attacked, slaves who converted were subjected to far worse.
The master of the Ethiopian Bilal ibn Rabah who would become the first muezzin girl squirts animation take him out into the desert in the boiling heat of midday and place a heavy mislim on his chest, demanding that he forswear his religion and pray to the polytheists' gods and goddesses, until Abu Bakr bought him and freed him. The First Crusade was launched in by Pope Urban IIwith the stated goal of regaining control of the sacred city of Jerusalem and the Holy Land from the Muslims, who had captured them from the Byzantines in It was also partly a response to the Investiture Controversywhich was the most significant conflict between secular and religious powers in medieval Europe.
The controversy began as a dispute between the Holy Roman Emperor and the Gregorian Papacy and gave rise nude the political wife of Christendom as exploited orgasmus porn union of all peoples and sovereigns under the direction of the pope; as both sides tried to marshal public opinion in their favor, people became personally engaged in a dramatic religious controversy. Also of great significance in launching the crusade were the string of victories by the Seljuk Turks, which saw the end of Arab rule in Jerusalem.
On 7 May the crusaders reached Jerusalemwhich had been recaptured from the Seljuks by the Fatimids of Egypt only nude year before.
On 15 July, the crusaders were able to end the siege by wife down sections of the walls and entering the city. Over the course of that afternoon, evening and next morning, the crusaders killed almost every inhabitant of Jerusalem.
Muslims and Jews alike.