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Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.

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  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Arab historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab or Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab or Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab(from the bani Assad tribe) jurist , scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
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  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Arab historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, an Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (5 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well. historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist and scholar, a Kurdish historian of great note, notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahā' ad-Dīn Yusuf ibn Rafi ibn Shaddād (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab or Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab or Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Muslim jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Kurdish jurist, scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
  • Bahāʾ al-Dīn Abū al-Maḥāsin Yūsuf ibn Rāfiʿ ibn Tamīm (Arabic: بهاء الدين ابن شداد‎; the honorific title "Bahā' ad-Dīn" means "splendor of the faith"; sometimes known as Bohadin or Boha-Eddyn) (6 March 1145 – 8 November 1234) was a 12th-century Arab(from the bani Assad tribe) jurist , scholar and historian notable for writing a biography of Saladin whom he knew well.
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