Iran's sunnis

‘After Historical Order of Leader, no Excuse Can be Accepted’

The most influential Iranian Sunni scholar urged on providing due rights of ethnic and religious communities. He termed any kind of excuse in this regard ‘unacceptable’.

Muslim Minorities

China: Police move to seize Qurans from Xinjiang’s Muslims

Chinese authorities in the northwestern region of Xinjiang have ordered ethnic minority Muslim families to hand in religious items including prayer mats and copies of the Quran to the authorities, RFA has learned.

Reports & Interviews

An Interesting Talk with Ml. Mohammad Hassan BarfiAn Interesting Talk with Ml. Mohammad Hassan Barfi

Mawlana Mohammad Hassan Barfi, Friday Imam and rector of the Islamic seminary in Tabas-Masinâ, is one of the old-line and reputable Ūlamâ/Islamic scholars in the province of South Khorâsân.

Sunnis in Iran

In the Memory of Prof. Sayyid Ajmal Ab. Razak

Professor Dr. Sayyid Ajmal Abdur Razak al-Aidrus suddenly passed away on Sunday 16th Sep. 2017 due to cardiac arrest in Malaysia. “We belong to Allah and to Him we shall return”. It was a shocking news for me.


Taj Mahal: ‘Symbol of India’ or mere Muslim tomb?

Taj Mahal is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, attracting more than six million tourists a year. It attracts more tourists than any place in India, but the monument it seems is out of favour from the government of Uttar Pradesh (UP), where it is located.