Iran's sunnis

Ml. Ab. Hamid Concerned on Educational Situation in IR Balochistan

The most influential Iranian Sunni leader expressed his deep concerns about educational downfall in Iranian Balochistan and decadence in public schools of Zahedan outskirt and some other regions of Balochistan.

Muslim World

Turkish forces and Free Syrian Army capture Afrin city

Turkish forces and Free Syrian Army (FSA) rebels captured the centre of Afrin in northwest Syria after Kurdish fighters who were in control evacuated the city in order to fight another day.

Muslim Minorities

Germany: Mosque attacked with Molotov cocktails

A mosque in the southern German city of Ulm was attacked with Molotov cocktails early Monday amid threats by the terrorist PYD/PKK group to carry out more violence in Germany.

Reports & Interviews

19th General Competitions of Sunni Seminaries Held in Zahedan

Dozens of students took part in the 19th provincial competitions of speech, essay writing and poetry in Islamic School of Mawlana Abdol-Aziz in Zahedan, Iran. The three-day long competition was concluded on Thursday 22nd Feb. 2018.

Sunnis in Iran

Islamic Schools Should be Independent

Recently a popular Iranian daily newspaper interviewed Shaikh Abdol-Hamid in Zahedan, the most influential Iranian Sunni leader. The journalist of the paper asked him questions on different domestic and regional issues. Here is a summary of his interview:


Abu Hanifah an-Nu’man

It is a well-known fact that Muslims follow some basic schools of thought in matters of Islamic Jurisprudence, other than questions of faith and fundamentals of worship and legal practices.