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Letter 40

To one of his officers

Now, I have come to know such a thing about you that if you have done so then you have displeased your Lord, disobeyed your Imam and betrayed your trust. I have come to know that you have razed the ground and taken away whatever was under your feet and devoured what ever was in your hands. Send me your account and know that the accounting to Allah will be severer than that to the people.

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Document 3

It is related Shuraih (Imam’s Qazi at Kufa) purchased a house for eighty Dinars. When it became known to Imam he sent for him and said . “I ...

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Instruction 27

Given to Muhammad bin Abi Bakr, when Imam appointed him as the Governor of Egypt. Behave humbly with the people, keep yourself lenient, meet them large-heartedly, accord them equal treatment ...

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Letter 66

To `Abdullah bin Abbas And then, sometimes a person feels joyful about a thing which he was not to miss in any case and feels grieved for a thing which ...

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