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Letter 29

To the people of Basra

Whatever disunity and schism you have is not hidden to you. I have forgiven your wrong-doers and held back my sword from those who ran away. I received everyone who came to me from among you. If devastating matters and wrong and silly views are prompting you to break the pledge with me and to oppose me then (listen) I have kept ready my horses and put saddles (on my riding camels), and if you force me to advance towards you I shall come down in such a manner that before it the battle of Jamal too would appear like the last licking of the tongue. At the same time I know the high position of the obedient among you and the right of the sincere without confusing the sinless with the offenders or the faithful with the pledge-breakers.

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Letter 72

To Abdullah bin Abbas Now, you cannot go farther than the limit of your life, nor can you be given a livelihood which is not for you. Remember this life ...

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Letter 74

Written by Imam as a protocol between tribes of Rabi`ah and people of Yemen. Taken from the writing of Hisham ibn (Muhammad) al-Kalbi. This indenture contains what people of ...

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Letter 13

To two of the officers in his army I have placed Malik bin Harith Ashtar in command over you and over all those under you. Therefore, follow his commands and ...

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