Iran's sunnis

Domestic, Foreign Policies Should be Reviewed as Global Conditions Changed

Shaikh Abdol-Hamid pointed out to changes in the global circumstances in all fields and urged on reviewing and changing internal and foreign policies of the country. He termed changing the policies a need of time and Iranian nation’s demand.

Muslim World

Taliban in Afghanistan announce temporary ceasefire

The Taliban in Afghanistan on Saturday announced a three-day truce for the forthcoming Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr in an apparent reply to the earlier unilateral ceasefire announced by the Afghan government for nine days.

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:


In memory of Razan al-Najjar

The 21-year-old paramedic was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers while trying to aid wounded protesters near the Gaza-Israel separation fence. Many Israelis either refuse to believe she was actually killed or claim that her killing was somehow justified.