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Sermon 229

Abdullah bin Zamaah who was one of the followers of Ameerul Momineen came to him during his Caliphate to ask for some money when Ameerul Momineen said:

This money is not for me nor for you, but it is the collective property of the Muslims and the acquisition of their swords. If you had taken part with them in their fighting you would have a share equal to theirs, otherwise the earning of their hands cannot be for other than their mouths.

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Sermon 16

Delivered when allegiance was sworn to him at Medina The responsibility for what I say is guaranteed and I am answerable for it. He to whom experiences have clearly shown ...

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Sermon 9

They thunder like clouds and shone like lightning but despite these things they exhibited cowardice, while we do not thunder till we pounce upon the foe nor do we show ...

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Sermon 192

About the hypocrites We praise Allah for the succour He has given us in carrying out His obedience and in preventing us from disobedience, and we ask Him to complete ...

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