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Sermon 229

Abdullah bin Zamaah who was one of the followers of Ameerul Momineen came to him during his Caliphate to ask for some money when Ameerul Momineen said:

This money is not for me nor for you, but it is the collective property of the Muslims and the acquisition of their swords. If you had taken part with them in their fighting you would have a share equal to theirs, otherwise the earning of their hands cannot be for other than their mouths.

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Sermon 172

About Talha ibn `Ubaydillah. As for me, I would never be frightened of fighting or be made to fear striking because I am satisfied with Allah's promise of support ...

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Sermon 195

Those companions of Muhammad - peace be upon him and his progeny - who were the custodians (of divine messages) know that I never disobeyed Allah or His Messenger  (...

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Sermon 92

Exalted is Allah Whom heights of daring cannot approach and fineness of intelligence cannot find. He is such First that there is no extremity for Him so He be contained ...

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