Treaty of Jaffa
A three-year truce signed by Salah ad-Din for the Ayyubid Sultanate and King Richard of England on behalf of Crusader forces
The Treaty of jaffa, negotiated with the help od Balian of Ibelin, agreed a three-year truce between Ayyubid and Crusader forces, allowing Christian pilgrims to enter Jerusalem without hindrance. Under the terms of the truce, the Ayyubids would retain jerusalem and most of Palestine. The Crusaders would retain coastal cities fro Tyre to Jaffa. The walls of Ascalon were razed.