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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 in Basrah.

I truthfully swear by Allah that if I come to know that you have misappropriated the funds of the Muslims, small or big, I shall inflict upon you such punishment which will leave you empty handed, heavy backed and humiliated.

Letters

Will 23

Made shortly before his martyrdom when he had been fatally wounded by a blow from the sword of (Abd ar.Rahman) Ibn Muljam (the curse of Allah be upon him). ...

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Letter 21

Also to Ziad Give up lavishness and be moderate. Every day remember the coming day. Hold back from the funds what you need and send forward the balance for the ...

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Letter 57

To the people of Kufa at the time of his march from Madina to Basrah Now, I have come out of my city either as an oppressor or as the ...

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