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Yusuf ibn Ayyub ibn Shadi (c. 1137 – 1193), better known by his epithet Saladin was a Sunni Muslim Kurd who became the first sultan of both Egypt and Syria, and was the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty. Saladin led the Muslim military campaign against the Crusader states in the Levant. He was an important figure in the Third Crusade. At the height of his power, his sultanate spanned Egypt, Syria, Upper Mesopotamia (Iraq), the Hejaz (western Arabia), Yemen, parts of western North Africa, and Nubia. Saladin has become a prominent figure in Muslim, Arab, Turkish and Kurdish culture, and has been described as the most famous Kurd in history.
Depicts a bust of Saladin at center, al-Aqsa Mosque behind at left, a cavalryman with sword at right. Designer's mark on the left (Sabri).
ذكرى مرور ٨٠٠ عام على وفاة
Denomination divides dates (Hegira and Gregorian) in a circle, inscription "Arab Republic of Egypt" above.