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  • (diff | hist) . . Battle of Jacob's Ford‎; 10:31 . . (+44). .Arminden (talk | contribs)(The castle was the initiative of, belonged to, and was garrisoned by the Knights Templar, who had their local stronghold at nearby Safed. This should appear throughout the article, which had ZERO mention of them until now.)
  • (diff | hist) . . Crusades‎; 00:13 . . (-47). .NeilN (talk | contribs)(Reverted 1 edit by 5050500a (talk): Unsourced. (TW))
  • (diff | hist) . . m Crusades‎; 00:01 . . (+47). .5050500a (talk | contribs)(The Holy Lands had been under Muslim rule for close to 500 years by the time the Crusaders had invaded. If this is considered as "Islamic Aggression", then surely the Ottoman Empire must have been fighting "Christian Aggression" when it was in the Balkan?)

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  • (diff | hist) . . Syria‎; 16:21 . . (-14). .Attar-Aram syria (talk | contribs)(Mhallami in Syria ?? no source for that, and their article Doest not mention it, and even most Syrians arent living in Syria anymore .)