Lessons Learned from the Companions – The Arbitration and Betrayal Against Ali!

After the arbitration proceedings, Abu Musa did not have the courage to face Ali. He slipped away to Makkah and from there wrote a letter to Ali offering some sort of apology. Ali replied to this letter as follows: “Verily, many persons will be deprived of their rewards in the next world. They fall an easy prey to the temptations of the world, I am in a queer fix as regards the problem of the caliphate. A man stiff necked in his concede is at loggerheads with me. Surely, there is no one more anxious than me to keep the solidarity of the Muslims, because I strongly hope that God would reward me for these selfless services of mine in the cause of the unity of the Muslims. Abu Musa, you turned against the Right, and deserted me. Surely there is none more unfortunate than you, because you were deprived of your wisdom, and the faculty to act in the right way.”


About lailanasheeba

Laila Nasheeba is a graduate of Cleveland State University where she earned her Bachelor's degree in Communications and Ancient Civilizations.  She is also a certified Para-Legal.  She has studied Islam with concentration in AlHadis since the age of six from various others beginning with Imam Mutawwaf Abdus Shaheed to her present teacher, Shaykh Mustapha Morsy Abu AtTayyib -  who in turn gave her permission to teach from varous books of Aqeedah and Hadis, and due to her understanding of the Sunnah, permission to answer Questions about Islam.   Position at AlQuran wa Sunnah: Laila Nasheeba is the founder and Managing Director of AlQuran Wa Sunnah Islamic Site of Learning - an online Islamic Institute- wherein she devotes her time to teaching and calling the Muslims back to the Quran and Authentic sunnah.
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