Islamic Thought

Letters

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 oppressed, either as a rebel or one against whom rebellion has been committed. In any case, to whomsoever this letter of mine reaches, I appeal to him in the name of Allah that he should come to me and if I am in the right he should help me; but if I am in the wrong then he should try to get me to the right according to his view.

Letters

Invocation 15

Made by Imam when he used to face the enemy. O my Allah! Hearts are getting drawn to You, necks are stretching (towards You), eyes are fixed (on You), steps ...

Learn More

Letters

Letter 45

To Uthman ibn Hunayf al-Ansari who was Imam’s Governor of Basrah, when he came to know that the people of that place had invited Uthman to a banquet ...

Learn More

Letters

Letter 38

To the people of Egypt when he appointed (Malik) al-Ashtar as their Governor. From the slave of Allah, Ali, Ameerul Momineen to the people who became wrathful for the sake ...

Learn More

ADDRESS

Islamic Thought P.O Box 533 Peterborough, UK PE1 5FW

EMAIL

maulana@islamicthought.co.uk

PHONE

07983-992746

Feedback

Send us your feedback to get improve our site and vission.