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    hello everybody.I watched all AC traliers,I saw all AC screenshots but i didn't understand one thing.Ä?f assassins enemies are crusaders,what is assassins religion? Are they are muslim?
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    <span class="ev_code_GREY">Ismaili (Shia) Muslim</span>
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    they are muslims (correct me if i'm wrong) but they don't only kill crusaders they kill all the sides which includes the muslims
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    <span class="ev_code_GREY">They don't kill either side, they kill the people who are responsible for making the crusade happen, guards are of no interest, they are merely... Unfortunate casualties of war.</span>
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    well... Altair is Muslim but what? Shiite or Sunni? And who ever his boss is will control him to kill other Shiite or Sunni Muslims. What kind of Muslim was Saladin?
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    Hi,

    Altair belongs to Assassin's Sect, a part of "Shia" muslims. According to the period of The Third crusade ( 1191 ), His boss is supposed to be Rashid Bin Sinan, the leader of The Assassins in Masyaf's Castle. Saladin is the leader of "Suna" Muslims.
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    thanks for the info
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    Originally posted by entropy777:
    <span class="ev_code_GREY">They don't kill either side, they kill the people who are responsible for making the crusade happen, guards are of no interest, they are merely... Unfortunate casualties of war.</span>
    You sound fit for an assassin lol,
    I don't get this whole Shia and Sunny Muslim thing, whats the difference between the two?
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    Illuminate: You are simply asking to tell you a story that began 1400 years ago...
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    <span class="ev_code_GREY">Hahahahahahaha Marvelous! Sunny muslims! Good one

    Anyway, you could say it's sort of like the Catholic and the Protestant christians... Two sides of the same coin.
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