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Amr Aas

Governor

Egypt

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www.alqaem.org

9) When Moawiya appointed Amr Aas, the old and loyal sycophant of the Umayids, as the governor of Egypt, Amr Aas did not send him the regular taxes.
Moawiya wrote him a letter to immediately send the taxes without further delay. Amr Aas was taken aback because he did not expect Moawiya to order him around. In his reply to Moawiya, he penned a few poems, describing in them how much he had borne and how many sacrifices he had made to install his government, although he had no right to rule. If anybody had the right to form a government, it was Ameerul Momineen Ali Ibn Abi Taalib (a.s.). The effect of these poems was so strong that never again did Moawiya demand anything from Amr Aas. Does not Amr Aas' explanation and Moawiya's silence prove the concept of 'Mastership' on the day of Ghadeer? Is it not sufficient evidence for the followers of Moawiya? 10) Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Hemyari, a friend of Amr Aas and the poet of Moawiya's court was once attending the court along with two other poets and Amr Aas himself.


forum.shiasofkashmir.com

9) When Moawiya appointed Amr Aas, the old and loyal sycophant of the Umayids, as the governor of Egypt, Amr Aas did not send him the regular taxes.
Moawiya wrote him a letter to immediately send the taxes without further delay. Amr Aas was taken aback because he did not expect Moawiya to order him around. In his reply to Moawiya, he penned a few poems, describing in them how much he had borne and how many sacrifices he had made to install his government, although he had no right to rule. If anybody had the right to form a government, it was Ameerul Momineen Ali Ibn Abi Taalib (a.s.). The effect of these poems was so strong that never again did Moawiya demand anything from Amr Aas. Does not Amr Aas' explanation and Moawiya's silence prove the concept of 'Mastership' on the day of Ghadeer? Is it not sufficient evidence for the followers of Moawiya? 10) Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Hemyari, a friend of Amr Aas and the poet of Moawiya's court was once attending the court along with two other poets and Amr Aas himself.


www.14sayings.8m.com

9) When Moawiya appointed Amr Aas, the old and loyal sycophant of the Umayids, as the governor of Egypt, Amr Aas did not send him the regular taxes.Moawiya wrote him a letter to immediately send the taxes without further delay.Amr Aas was taken aback because he did not expect Moawiya to order him around.In his reply to Moawiya, he penned a few poems, describing in them how much he had borne and how many sacrifices he had made to install his government, although he had no right to rule.If anybody had the right to form a government, it was Ameerul Momineen Ali Ibn Abi Taalib (a.s.).The effect of these poems was so strong that never again did Moawiya demand anything from Amr Aas.Does not Amr Aas' explanation and Moawiya's silence prove the concept of ‘Mastership' on the day of Ghadeer?Is it not sufficient evidence for the followers of Moawiya?10) Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Hemyari, a friend of Amr Aas and the poet of Moawiya's court was once attending the court along with two other poets and Amr Aas himself.


www.almuntazar.com [cached]

9) When Moawiya appointed Amr Aas, the old and loyal sycophant of the Umayids, as the governor of Egypt , Amr Aas did not send him the regular taxes.
Moawiya wrote him a letter to immediately send the taxes without further delay. Amr Aas was taken aback because he did not expect Moawiya to order him around. In his reply to Moawiya, he penned a few poems, describing in them how much he had borne and how many sacrifices he had made to install his government, although he had no right to rule. If anybody had the right to form a government, it was Ameerul Momineen Ali Ibn Abi Taalib (a.s.). The effect of these poems was so strong that never again did Moawiya demand anything from Amr Aas. Does not Amr Aas' explanation and Moawiya's silence prove the concept of 'Mastership' on the day of Ghadeer? Is it not sufficient evidence for the followers of Moawiya? 10) Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Hemyari, a friend of Amr Aas and the poet of Moawiya's court was once attending the court along with two other poets and Amr Aas himself.


www.almuntazar.com [cached]

9) When Moawiya appointed Amr Aas, the old and loyal sycophant of the Umayids, as the governor of Egypt, Amr Aas did not send him the regular taxes.Moawiya wrote him a letter to immediately send the taxes without further delay.Amr Aas was taken aback because he did not expect Moawiya to order him around.In his reply to Moawiya, he penned a few poems, describing in them how much he had borne and how many sacrifices he had made to install his government, although he had no right to rule.If anybody had the right to form a government, it was Ameerul Momineen Ali Ibn Abi Taalib (a.s.).The effect of these poems was so strong that never again did Moawiya demand anything from Amr Aas.Does not Amr Aas' explanation and Moawiya's silence prove the concept of ‘Mastership' on the day of Ghadeer?Is it not sufficient evidence for the followers of Moawiya?10) Mohammad Ibn Abdullah Hemyari, a friend of Amr Aas and the poet of Moawiya's court was once attending the court along with two other poets and Amr Aas himself.


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