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Sermon 48

Delivered at the time of marching towards Syria:

Praise is due to Allah when night spreads and darkens, and praise be to Allah whenever the star shines and sets. And praise be to Allah whose bounty never misses and whose favours cannot be repaid. Well, I have sent forward my vanguard and have ordered them to remain in camp on this bank of the River till my order reaches them. My intention is that I should cross this water over to the small habitation of people residing on the sides of the Tigris and rouse them to march with you towards the enemy and keep them as auxiliary force for you.

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Sermon 168

When Imam approached Basrah an Arab met him and spoke to him, as he had been sent to him by a group of people of Basrah to enquire from him ...

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Sermon 3

Known as the Sermon of Shiqshiqayya Beware! By Allah the son of Abu Quhafah (Abu Bakr) dressed himself with it (the caliphate) and he certainly knew that my position in ...

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Sermon 102

This sermon has been quoted before, however with a different narration So now, certainly Allah deputised Muhammad (S.A.) as the Prophet while no one among the Arabs read the ...

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