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Q: ) Which of the following about the Crusades is not true? The rise of the Seljuk Empire was the immediate cause of the Crusades. The concern of European Christian leaders over the spread of the
Islamic faith was a long-term cause of the Crusades. The Crusades were unsuccessful from the beginning, met with strong opposition from the united Islamic world. In the aftermath of the Crusades, the nations of Europe began to look inward.
A: Which of the following about the Crusades is not true? The Crusades were unsuccessful from the beginning, met with strong opposition from the united Islamic world.
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User: Which of the following about the Crusades is not true?

User: ) Which of the following about the Crusades is not true? The rise of the Seljuk Empire was the immediate cause of the Crusades. The concern of European Christian leaders over the spread of the Islamic faith was a long-term cause of the Crusades. The Crusades were unsuccessful from the beginning, met with strong opposition from the united Islamic world. In the aftermath of the Crusades, the nations of Europe began to look inward.

Weegy: Which of the following about the Crusades is not true? The Crusades were unsuccessful from the beginning, met with strong opposition from the united Islamic world.
mayaceb18|Points 180|

User: The expansion of Islam resulted in European expansion in which of the following ways? Europeans sought to convert new people to Christianity to counteract Islamic influence. Europeans wanted to get to China before the Chinese were converted to Islam. Europeans were compelled to search for sea trade routes to Asia to avoid crossing Islamic lands. Europeans who contributed to the Crusades were exposed to different cultures and languages.

Weegy: Europeans who contributed to the Crusades were exposed to different cultures and languages.
may100|Points 2488|

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