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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 181

Praise be to Allah Who is recognised without being seen and Who creates without trouble. He created the creation with His Might, and receives the devotion of rulers by virtue ...

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Sermon 86

So certainly, Allah did not break the neck of any unruly tyrant in this world except after allowing him time and opportunity and did not join the broken bone of ...

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Sermon 218

Imam recited this verse: Engage (your) vying in exuberance, until you come to the graves. (Quran, 102:1-2) He said: How distant (from achievement) is their aim, how neglectful are these ...

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