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Sixteen 'Deus Vult' Memes For The Dank Crusaders

Here's an interesting historical tidbit: "deus vult" was the war cry of the Crusaders during the First Crusade of 1095. Memers love these dank Crusade memes, and although we're not entirely sure how they came to fruition, we're glad for their existence. So scroll down to see some of 'em and head on over to Know Your Meme for tons more!

Funny dank memes about the Crusades | pope orders retake holy land but Constantinople looks like may have some spare gold lying around 9% D.12% 760 86 0.168 663 280 stonks +1.5 N/ 2.344 | yoda star wars Israel or Palestine There is another
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Twitter Thread Tells The Story Of A Muslim Key-Keeper At A Holy Site In Jerusalem

For the first time since the Black Death in 1349, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was closed amid coronavirus fears. Journalist David Videcette took to Twitter to tell the story of the Muslim family that has guarded the keys to the church since the seventh century. 

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Interesting Twitter thread about the person who holds the keys to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem | David Videcette @DavidVidecette This is the moment The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem was closed due to Coronavirus. Last time this happened was in 1349, during The Black Death, a bubonic plague pandemic. What’s fascinating about this story is the guy with the keys.
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