Iran's sunnis

Ml. Ab. Hamid Decries Tehran Attack

Following the biggest attack of Daesh in Iran, dozens of public figures denounced the attack. Shaikh Abdol-Hamid, the most influential Iranian Sunni cleric and social leader also decried the attack on the parliament and shrine of Ayatollah Khomeini.

Muslim World

Afghan police killed in Taliban attack in Gardez

At least five police officers have been killed after the Taliban stormed a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan, the interior ministry has said.

Muslim Minorities

US man sentenced to 20 years for seeking Mosque burning

A Tennessee man has been sentenced to nearly 20 years behind bars for seeking to recruit others to burn down a New York mosque, the Justice Department announced Thursday.



Reports & Interviews

Zakir Naik: Why India wants to arrest the preacher

He has 16 million followers on Facebook, 150,000 on Twitter and has given more than 4,000 lectures on Islam across the world. But Zakir Abdul Karim Naik, the popular televangelist and Islamic preacher, is now wanted by the Indian authorities.

Sunnis in Iran

‘Highlight Country, Nation not Sect, Race’

The most influential Iranian Sunni leader urged on focusing and highlighting “Iranian nationality and motherland not sect and religion” He also called on the officials to engage Sunnis on higher posts to increase the respect of Iran.

Articles

Iranian Presidential Race; Landscape of Sunnis

Sunnis of Iran know well the ongoing circumstances of their country. They do not expect any revolutionary change in the case of their due rights.