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Barnabas (unknown – 1191) was the Cypriot Resistance leader in Kyrenia, who actively supported in the revolt against the Templars, though he was eventually assassinated because of his efforts.

He was close with Alexander of Limassol, the resistance leader, and the two frequently exchanged letters.

In 1191, Barnabas was decapitated in Kyrenia by an agent sent by Armand Bouchart, the Grand Master of the Templar Order. This agent then impersonated Barnabas and tricked the Mentor of the Levantine Assassins, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, into killing Jonas, a respected merchant and member of the resistance.

Later, Armand Bouchart ordered Barnabas' head to be placed inside a burlap sack and delivered to Alexander by Shalim.