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Letter 35

To Abdullah bin Abbas after Muhammad bin Abi Bakr had been killed.

Now, Egypt has been conquered and Muhammad bin  Abi Bakr, may Allah have mercy on him, has been martyred. We seek his reward from Allah. He was a son who was a well wisher, hard worker, sharp sword and a fortress of defence. I had roused the people to join him and ordered them to reach him to help before this incident. I called to them secretly as well as openly repeatedly. Some of them came half-heartedly, some put up false excuses and some sat away leaving me. I ask Allah, to give me early relief from them, for by Allah, had I not been yearning to meet the enemy for martyrdom and not prepared myself for death, I would not have liked to be with these people for a single day nor ever to face the enemy with them.

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Letter 21

Also to Ziad Give up lavishness and be moderate. Every day remember the coming day. Hold back from the funds what you need and send forward the balance for the ...

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Letter 61

To Kumayl bin Ziyad an-Nakha`i, the Governor of Hait expressing displeasure on his inability to prevent the enemy forces that passed through his area from marauding. Now, the neglecting ...

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Instruction 16

Ameerul Momineen used to give to his followers at the time of battle. The retreat after which return is intended and the withdrawal after which attack is in view should ...

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