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Letter 52

To the Governors of various places concerning prayers

Now, say the Zuhr prayers with the people when the shade of the wall of the goats' pen is equal to the wall. Say the Asr prayers with them when the sun is still shining in a portion of the day enough for covering the distance of two farsakhs (about six miles). Say the Maghrib prayers when he who is fasting ends the fast and the pilgrim rushes (from Arafat) to Mina. Say the Isha'a prayers with them when twilight disappears and up to one third of the night. Say the morning prayers with them when a man can recognize the face of his companion. Say the prayers with the people as the weakest of them would do and do not be a source of trouble to them.

Letters

Letter 34

To Muhammad bin Abi Bakr on coming to know that he had taken over the Position of (Malik) al-Ashtar as Governor of Egypt after the latter had died on his ...

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Letters

Letter 70

To Sahl bin Hunayf Ansari, his Governor of Madina about certain persons in Madina who had gone over to Muawiya. Now, I have come to know certain persons from your ...

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Letter 22

To Abdullah bin Abbas. Abdullah bin Abbas used to say, "Apart from the Prophet's sayings I did not derive greater benefit from any saying than this one." ...

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