The Crusader names for the Frankish settlement at Kawkab al-Hawa were Beauvoir, Belvoir, Bellum videre, Coquet, Cuschet and Coket. The fortress of Belvoir served as a major obstacle to the Muslim goal of invading the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem from the east. It withstood an attack by Muslim forces in 1180. During the campaign of 1182, the Battle of Belvoir Castle was fought nearby between King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem and Saladin.
"The Battle of Montgisard, 1177" by Zvonimir Grbasic. King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem (just 16 at the time and racked with Leprosy) led a smaller force of knights, including contingents of Templars and Hospitalers, against Saladin's much larger army and routed them utterly. Saladin was forced to retreat back to Egypt, which delayed his plans to conquer Jerusalem.
[Montgisard]. 'On a major campaign against Palestine, Saladin of Egypt besieged the coastal city of Ascalon before advancing towards Jerusalem. in a desperate counter-offensive, King Baldwin IV of Jerusalem, supported by the Knights Templar, ambushed the Muslim army at Montgisard, near Ranleh. Saladin was badly defeated and withdrew to Egypt with heavy losses (25 November 1177)' - (p. 682).