Iran's sunnis

Discrimination, a Great Injustice

Criticizing the national and provincial officials for violating the rights of religious and ethnic communities in Iran, Shaikh Abdol-Hamid termed it a great injustice.

Muslim World

Lebanon’s PM-designate Adib announces resignation

Lebanon’s Prime Minister designate Mustapha Adib will be stepping down from his position amid political impasse over the formation of a new government cabinet, he announced on Saturday.

Muslim Minorities

US Muslims Launch T-shirt Initiative to Celebrate Islam’s Innate Anti-Racism

A leading American civil rights group has cooperated with a California Islamic clothing brand to launch a T-shirt initiative celebrating Islam’s commitment to racial justice.


Friday Sermons

Steadfastness Raised Position of Companions

Alluding to the perseverance of the Companions of the Holy Prophet Muhammad PBUH in the way of Islam, Shaikh Abdol-Hamid saw it as the most effective factor of the Companion’s “high position” in the first part of his Friday speech of Sep 25, 2020.


Reports & Interviews

Rohingya Muslims in Pakistan decry global silence

As the world prepares to observe the third anniversary of a brutal military crackdown against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims, hundreds of them living in Pakistan are still looking for their loved ones who went missing.

Sunnis in Iran

Liberation of Al-Aqsa or Building a Mosque for Sunnis in Tehran?

How can Sunnis believe the [Iranian] authorities would liberate al-Quds while they are deprived of the right of a mosque in Tehran?

Articles

A Love Letter to Islamic Children’s Books

As a seasoned lover of vintage clothing, I always had this uncanny knack of being able to scan a rail of clothing from across the shop and be instantly drawn to the sole diamond amongst the moth-eaten rubble.