Islamic Thought

Letters

Letter 19

To one of his officers

Now, the cultivators of your city have complained of your strictness, hard heartedness, humiliating treatment and harshness. I thought over it and found that since they are unbelievers they cannot be brought near nor kept away or treated severely because of the pledge with them. Behave with them in between strictness and softness and adopt for them a mingling or remoteness and aloofness with nearness and closeness if Allah so wills.

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Will 31

He wrote for Hasan (his son), when Imam encamped at Hadirin on his way back from Siffin. From the father who is (shortly) to die, who acknowledges the hardships of ...

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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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Letter 49

To Muawiya This world turns away from the next one. Its devotee achieves nothing from it except it increases his greed and coveting for it. Its devotee is not satisfied ...

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