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Letter 44

To Ziad ibn Abih when Ameerul Momineen had come to know that Mnawiya had written to Ziad to deceive him and to attach him to himself in kinship.

I have learnt that Muawiya has written to you to deceive your wit and blunt your sharpness. You should be on guard against him because he is the Satan who approaches a believer from the front and from the back, from the right and from the left, to catch him suddenly in the hour of his carelessness and overcome his intelligence. In the days of Umar bin Khattab, Abu Sufyan happened to utter a thoughtless point which was an evil suggestion of Satan, from which neither kinship is established nor entitlement to succession occurs. He who relies on it is like the uninvited guest to a drink-party or like the dangling cup (tied to a saddle).

Letters

Letter 36

To his brother Aqieel bin Abi Talib, in reply to his letter which contained a reference to the army Ameerul Momineen had sent to some enemy. I sent towards him ...

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Instruction 27

Given to Muhammad bin Abi Bakr, when Imam appointed him as the Governor of Egypt. Behave humbly with the people, keep yourself lenient, meet them large-heartedly, accord them equal treatment ...

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Letter 33

To Qathm bin Abbas, his Governor of Mecca My spy in the West has written to me, telling me some people of Syria have been sent for Hajj who are ...

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