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Instruction 14

Given to the army before the encounter with the enemy at Siffin

Do not fight them unless they start fighting, because by Allah’s grace, you are in the right and to leave them till they start fighting will be another point from your side against them. If by Allah’s will, the enemy is defeated then do not kill the runner away, nor strike a helpless person, or finish off the wounded, and do not inflict pain on women even though they may attack your honour with filthy words and abuse your officers, because they are weak in character, mind and intelligence. We have been ordered to desist from them although they may be unbelievers. Even in pre-Islamic period if a man struck a woman with a stone or a stick he was rebuked along with his latter after him.

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Letter 28

In reply to Muawiya, and it is one of his most eloquent writings Your letter reached me where you recall that Allah chose Muhammad (pbuh) for His religion and helped ...

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Instruction 16

Ameerul Momineen used to give to his followers at the time of battle. The retreat after which return is intended and the withdrawal after which attack is in view should ...

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Invocation 15

Made by Imam when he used to face the enemy. O my Allah! Hearts are getting drawn to You, necks are stretching (towards You), eyes are fixed (on You), steps ...

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