About us

About us

About us

We are Sunnis of Iran and Sunni community is one third of the Iran’s population. We do not have any resource and informative facilities like television, radio channels and newspapers to broadcast our news, events and voice to convey our messages to others. We want to show others our pain and problems what we have been suffering since first day after the public revolution in1979 till now.

We want to use this website (SunniOnline), the registered official website of the Sunni community in Iran, as a source that introduces us to Muslim communities over the world and other interested societies, exposes them our activities and trustable information so the Muslim brothers and sisters would be aware of the conditions of their brothers in Iran. Our news and related-information would affect their political and social policies, because the believers belong to one community and Allah Exalted has made them brothers and sisters; they are like one person, if the person suffers from any pain, so his whole body will suffer from it and he would have insomnia. Certainly, the unity of Muslims has a profound impact on the fate of the Islamic Ummah.
Due to the importance of media, its deep impression over enlightenment of ideas, thoughts and decisions as well as broadcasting Da’wah in educated communities and among masses of the different races and colors, the administration of Darululoom Zahedan decided to develop its website covering different languages, especially Arabic and English. Our goal is transferring bright and constructive ideas to others and to preach brilliant teachings of Islam in educated societies as well as common people who belong to different sects, casts and colors to get more and more knowledge.

The management and supervisors of “SunniOnline”

Darululoom Zahedan is an international educational learning center, where more than two thousand students, male and female, study day and night. The office of “Sunnionline” is also located in the same building of Darululoom Zahedan. The staff which perform their duties over there contain a group of scholars and teachers which is being supervised by Shaikh Abdul Hameed (may God protect him.)

The website provides its admirable services in four worldwide languages: Arabic, Persian, Urdu and English; God willing we want to extend our services in Balochi, Turkish and Russian languages as soon as possible.

This office provides information which is needed mostly and according to demands of Muslim Umma, we strive to fulfill their required necessities in order to benefit the visitors and to inform them about their Sunni brothers and sisters in Iran. We focus on the umma’s conditions by providing latest news, analyses and events which are related to the Islamic Ummah in particular which regards to the Sunnis of Iran.

Furthermore, we publish the sermons of Shaikh-ul-Islam Mawlana Abdul Hameed Ismaeelzahi, khateeb of Ahl-us-Sunna in Zahedan and the most prominent Sunni scholar over the country. The rector of Darululoom Zahedan delivers his sermons in the grand Makki mosque and other forums. He focuses always on explanation of Islamic ethics and importance of adhering to the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the last and chosen book of Allah Almighty, offering the five obligatory prayers and avoidance from sins, supply of piety and the fear of God. Khateeb of the Sunnis in Zahedan also explains the problems of Sunnis and their demands from the Iranian governments; he analyzes the current global issues at different levels of governments, states and societies.

There are many articles and various other addresses regarding to the development and improvement, God willing they would benefit the visitors.

Policy of “SunniOnline”

The main aim of “Sunnionline” is to convey the real comprehensive Islamic messages and ongoing international issues to every person. To awaken the Muslims who are unaware of the situation of their Sunni brothers in Iran. “Sunnionline” tries to enlighten and discuss the current affairs, and it is a moderate and Islamic website. “Sunnionline” wishes the best luck for all mankind, it presents reasonable and proved facts, in addition to that, here you can find modern Islamic lectures etc.

Mission and targets:

1- To work for what is the best and felicity to all humanity, especially to remind Muslims their mission and responsibility about reforming and changing in them to return towards their religion with a new firm determination, strong animus and real faith. Besides, we want to remind them their responsibility towards the humanity; because, Muslims belong to the dispatched Ummah that should preach and it is superior to the previous sects and nations. Muslim Ummah does not live only for itself or contemplating to its success, but also it has to monitor the human life and to struggle to provide the fertile ground for the Islamic leadership to ensure excellence and superior of mankind.

2- To create Islamic awakening and alertness over the whole Muslim world. We are optimistic about the existence of awakening in Islamic society and we hope positive and crucial results for the Islamic nation. It is good news that Muslim community is becoming aware and active more than previous, however not as it needed, but it is much better than it’s past. It is necessary to find out the reasons that what and why have we been underdeveloped, dispersed and backward?

3- To focus on creating religious links and Islamic relations with all members of Ummah, especially with great personalities and writers, scholars and intellectuals, the centers and communities.

4- We want to spread moral values and Islamic basic knowledge for each individual, as well as on the level of society and family. As we mentioned earlier, our website is on the way of development and experience. We want to provide productive pages, reports and articles to our visitors without making them tired and bored so that every one can receive his/her required arts.

5- To introduce Islam and its immortality and moderation, inclusiveness and explanation of Islam’s discourse. Our basic purpose is that to introduce Islam as a religion of all mankind and it is the religion of everyone to embrace it, there is no discrimination of color, gender and it does not prefer the Arab on non-Arabs, black and white, rich and poor, they all are equal in Islam and the best is the most pious; they are asked to worship Exalted God. All of us belong to Adam and Adam is from soil.

We have extended our services by adding English section to familiarize non-Muslims from the Western countries and societies to the greatness of Islam and to inform them that Islam is the selected and last religion, human beings never wins and never can be successful until embracing Islam’s sovereignty.

Finally, we invite all enthusiast brothers, writers and researchers, who are working in the field of Da’wah and analysts in political, social and religious issues to help us in developing this website by sending their essays, articles and views. Because we live in an environment which suffers from lack of researchers who discuss issues accurately and carefully.
As we have been suffering for a long time from discrimination and deprivation, painful experience and lack of personalities, so we should be preferred on any location and we are more deserved for their association with compassion, academic services, learning and educational assistance.


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  8. Amin Goshti says:

    A tribute to my cousin Nezar Ali Sayadzada (نظرعلی سیدزاده)
    (1966 – 2017)
    It is with great sadness that I inform you all that my cousin Nezar Ali Sayadzada, son of Shay Morid Sayadzada and Lal Hatoon Hossainbor passed away prematurely soon after a heart surgery on 9 May 2017 at the age of 51 in his birthplace, the city of Gosht, Balochistn, Iran.

    He was a very warm, nice, quiet and honest person. He never tolerated injustice, despite the fact that he was a very shy and a nonconfrontational person. His late father and my father (who is still alive) were full blood brothers. My mother (also still alive) and his late mother were full blood sisters as well so we always felt like siblings. I spent the first 18 years of my life with him.

    Before going to school at the age of 6 we spent nearly all our days and nights together. He taught me how to ride a pushbike, later he taught me how to ride a motorbike. They both belonged to him.

    When we went to school in Gosht we always walked there and back together every day for 4 years. He was one grade ahead of me.
    We spent three years in Sarawan (Shastun) at the same middle school. He loved cooking and spicy food and Indian movies.
    We spent four years in Zahedan together studying at the same high school. We rented and shared a room. We also took pictures in the streets of Zahedan using a Polaroid camera to make a bit of money as our families could not fully afford to pay for our education.
    After finishing high school we went together to Pakistan, Afghanistan and then to the Soviet Union to study.

    Nazar Ali graduated from the Textile Institute in Ivanovo, Russia. He had good command of Russian. I remember how skillfully he used words and phrases. Sometimes I “stole” some of those words and phrases.
    We went to Europe (Belgium) together and after we returned to Russia he worked for a company headed by a Baloch friend of his for a few years. Finally, in 1997 he returned to his hometown Gosht.

    Last year he married his second wife; his first wife Malekatoon passed away a few years earlier. He is survived by his second wife Halima,and two children from his first wife Malehatoon; Marjan (girl, 12 years old) and Matin (boy, 7 years old).
    Some kind people and relatives, especially those who knew what a modest and decent human being he was, tried to help him. However, they were worried about the fact that he studied in the Soviet Union and that this might cause problems for him, although he was never interested in politics and had no political activities of any kind.
    He was very interested in astronomy – space and galaxies, and he read about them extensively whatever he could find. He actively followed new discoveries in this area. Also, he was interested in world events, mostly of a cultural nature. He read a lot in both Persian and Russian and listened to radio programs about the topics of his interests.

    Another act of kindness, showing his compassion for fellow human beings, was the fact that he gave lifts to strangers on his motorbike in Gosht and Sarawan.
    Unfortunately, despite the fact that Nazar tried everything he could to get his qualifications recognised in Iran, he was not successful. To do this he travelled to Tehran a few times. Poverty forced him to find casual/informal translation work, such as translating a small book from Russian into Persian for someone in Mashad. He travelled to Bushehr to find a job as a translator/interpreter but he personally complained to me that people were not interested in his expertise.

    Out of desperation that his qualifications were not recognised, and living in extreme poverty he tried to make a living by selling fruits in the streets of Sarawan. Instead of showing understanding and compassion, people made fun of him giving him the nickname “the foreign-educated engineer/translator potato seller”. He went into a deep depression. Later he opened a small shop but with the little money he had, he could not provide basic needs for his family.

    We do not value our decent human beings, we do not use their knowledge and expertise to make life better for everyone. After they pass away all we do is to regret. Let’s imagine how much Nazar could have contributed to the society as a highly qualified textile engineer and translator had we supported him?

    He was an excellent, hardworking student and spent 6 years at university to become a textile engineer. He graduated in 1992. During his student years, he was well known as a kind person who readily helped his fellow students when they needed him:with their studies or otherwise. I do not remember a single time when someone complained about him or said something negative about him. He was deeply respected by everyone who knew him.

    He always made me laugh. He had a great sense of humour – I couldn’t live a day without his jokes. He spoke Balochi, Persian, Russian and Urdu and could do accents with all his languages. Being a linguist myself I admired him for that and sometimes paid him “bribes” so that he would speak different accents in different languages. He did this with in a particular artistic manner. I loved that. Thank you Nezar Ali-jan!

    His sweet memories are a real inspiration for me, and to all those who knew him; to move on in life and honour his memory.

    You will always be in our hearts and never forgotten.

    Amin Goshti ( امین گشتی ( سیدزاده

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