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Letter 42

To Umar bin Abi Salamah al-Makhzumi (foster son of the Holy Prophet from Umm al-mu'minin, Umm Salamah) who was Ameerul Momineen’s Governor of Bahrain, hut whom he removed and replaced by Nu'man bin Ajlan az-Zuraqi.

Now, I have posted Nu'man bin Ajlan az-Zuraqi at Bahrain and have released you from that position without anythingbad from you nor reproach on you, because you managed the governorship well and discharged the obligations. Therefore, proceed to me when you are neither suspected nor rebuked, neither blamed nor guilty. I have just intended to proceed towards the recalcitrant of Syria and desired that you should be with me because you are among those on whom I rely in fighting the enemy and erecting the pillars of religion, if Allah wills.

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Letter 63

To Ahu Musa al-Ash`ari, Governor of Kufa when Imam learnt  he was dissuadingpeople of Kufa from joining battle of Jamal when Imam had called them to fight along ...

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Letter 79

To the army officers when Ameerul Momineen became Caliph. Now, what ruined those before you was that they denied people their rights and then they had to purchase them (by ...

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Letter 40

To one of his officers Now, I have come to know such a thing about you that if you have done so then you have displeased your Lord, disobeyed your ...

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