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Baybars I

(baɪˈbɑːs)
n
(Biography) 1223–77, sultan of Egypt and Syria (1260–77), of the Mameluke dynasty
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"The mosque has a rare historical and architectural value as it was established by the Mameluke Sultan Al Daher Baibars [1223-1277 AD)," Abbas said.
It took its name from its founder Al-Zaher Baibars. Building this library was his father's idea but he died before he could achieve it.
He said Khedive Ismail approved a proposal to establish a museum of Islamic art in the courtyard of the Mosque of Baibars, but this was not carried out until 1880, when Khedive Tawfiq ordered the Ministry of Endowments to set it up.
His fellow patient used the pseudonym "Baibars," the name of a 12th-century Muslim warrior who defeated the Crusaders and Mongols.
The so-called "storming leader of special forces in Bab Amre battalion", Ali al-Daloub al-Fa'ouri, and the senior commander of al-Sham Legion, al-Zaher Baibars al- Salmouni, have been identified among the dead, the terrorist groups said.
The detainees were identified as Muhammad Baibars and Nour Kustero.
The flaneur inside the city, in areas like Bab Al Amara, Salheyi, Meidan and also Bab Touma would have noticed how the old cafes in Damascus would become theatre-like spaces where one could find a storyteller mounting the stage and donning his red Tarboush while telling love stories about heroic and charitable characters like Antar, Abla, Qais, Laila and King Baibars of the Mamluk period.
The Egyptian Marnluk general Baibars and his slave warriors drive the Mongols back at the Battle of Ain Jalut.
Even the mighty Saladin was never able to capture Krak, which finally fell to the Mamluk Sultan Baibars in 1271.
It also includes the remains of the children of Al Zahir Baibars, the 13 th century Mamluk Sultan of Egypt.
In a November 10, 2011 statement, JaK said, "Know that the policy that you [President Nazarbayev] are following is the same that was applied in Tunisia, Libya and Egypt; however, as you have seen, it only caused suffering to those who implemented them." (55) Moreover, in explaining the reason for the name Jund al-Khilafa, one of JaK's leaders, Rawil Kusaynuv of the Zahir Baibars Battalion (named after the legendary Kazakh, Baibars, who became the Sultan of Egypt in the 13th thirteenth century), said,