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Sermon 66

 When Ameerul Momineen appointed Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr  Governor of Egypt and he was overpowered and killed, Ameerul Momineen said:

I had intended to send Hashim ibn `Utbah to Egypt and had l done so he would have made way for the opponents nor given them time (to get hold of him). This is without reproach to Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr as I loved him and had brought him up.

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Sermon 206

When Imam’s companions expressed displeasure about his attitude concerning Arbitration, he said: O people, matters between me and you went as I wished till war exhausted you. By ...

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Sermon 193

Praise be to Allah who has displayed such effects of His authority and the glory of His sublimity through the wonders of His might that they dazzle the pupils of ...

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Sermon 138

About backbiting and speaking ill of others Those who do not commit sins and have been gifted with safety (from sins) should take pity on sinners and other disobedient people. ...

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