Ibn Taymeeyahs Letters From Prison.pdf
I conclude my letter by requesting aid to Shaykh Abul-'Abas and assistance to all of the
prisoners. I request that none be harmed or forced to change his belief. When this is achieved, the
King shall see the good result of his good act. The King knows of my good intentions towards
him, as Allaah the Almighty demands it of us. We, the Muslims, are instructed to seek good for
all, show sympathy to all of His creation, and call them to the way of Allaah and His Religion,
thereby protecting them from the evils of the devils and humans.
Allaah alone is able to guide the King in his responsible position, and to direct him for what is
better for him. All praise is due to Allaah, Lord of the Worlds, and may His Peace and Blessings
be upon the messengers and prophets - especially Muhammad the final messenger. Peace be
upon them all.
This concludes the series of excerpts from "Letters from Prison". Letters 3, 5 and 6 can be read
in the original book.