On the morning of May 1, an army of Islam crossed the walls of Tiberius and turned west. The army from Jazira was led by Muzaffar al Din Gokbori, and another platoon from Damacus under the Turkish amir Qaymaz al Najm and Dildirim al Yaruqi’s team with troops from Aleppo. Shitter’s full camping t-shirt. Al Afdal took the main force to close the army in southeastern Lake Tiberius. Earl Raymond now received news that the King Guy’s messenger was about to arrive and sent a warning to them. At this time, the envoy did not have Reynald of Sidon or Balian d’Ibelin who arranged to meet with Feve (Al Fulah). Most of the messengers heard about the advance of the Muslim army the night before, through Raymond’s warning in Galilee. Gerard de Ridefort brought together regional temple knights on the night of April 30, and the Temple commander borrowed 90 more knights from Caco castle (Al Qaqun).