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Sermon 66

 When Ameerul Momineen appointed Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr  Governor of Egypt and he was overpowered and killed, Ameerul Momineen said:

I had intended to send Hashim ibn `Utbah to Egypt and had l done so he would have made way for the opponents nor given them time (to get hold of him). This is without reproach to Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr as I loved him and had brought him up.

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Sermon 15

After resuming the land grants made by Uthman ibn `Affan, he said: By Allah, even if I had found that by such money women have been married or slave-maids have ...

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Sermon 223

This is a house surrounded by calamities and well-known for deceitfulness. Its conditions do not last and those who inhabit it do not remain safe. Its conditions are variable and ...

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Sermon 198

By Allah, Muawiya is not more cunning than I am, but he deceives and commits evil deeds. Had I not been hateful of deceit I would have been the most ...

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