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Letter 13

To two of the officers in his army

I have placed Malik bin Harith Ashtar in command over you and over all those under you. Therefore, follow his commands and take him as the armour and shield for yourselves, because he is one of those from whom I have no fear of weakness nor any mistake, nor laziness where haste is more appropriate, nor haste where slackness is expected of him.

Letters

Letter 20

To Ziad bin Abih (son of his unknown father), when Abdullah bin Abbas was the Governor of Basrah, the suburbs of Ahwaz, Persia and Kerman while Ziad was his deputy ...

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Instruction 26

Given to one of his officers whom he sent for the collection of zakat and charities. I order him to fear Allah in his secret matters and hidden actions, where ...

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Letter 59

To Aswad ibn Qutbah, the Governor of Hulwan Now, if the actions of a governor follow the passions he will be greatly hampered in justice. All the people should be ...

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