A Baloch Scholar Passes away in a Road Accident

A Baloch Scholar Passes away in a Road Accident

The prominent Baloch Islamic scholar in Saravan, south eastern district of Iran, Mawlana Muhammad Anwar Sayyedzadeh and his three companions passed away in a road accident on Saturday night, 6th August, 2016.
According to the report of the Official Website of the Sunni Community in Iran (SunniOnline.us), Mawlana Muhammad Anwar Sayyedzadeh along with his daughter and son-in-law died following crash of their car with a truck.
He was graduated from the famous seminary of Jamia Darululoom Karachi in Pakistan.
Mawlana Muhammad Anwar Sayyedzadeh is the eldest son and disciple of Mawlana Sayyed Abdol-Wahed Goshti (known as Hazrat Saheb) who is the founder of ‘Ainululoom Gosht seminary’ in Saravan district of Balochistan, Iran. Mawlana Abdol-Wahed was one of the famous disciples of Mawlana Hossein Ali in Mianwali district of Punjab, Pakistan.
The late Mawlana used to teach in Ainululoom seminary of Gosht. After the death of his father, late Sayyed Abdol-Wahed Goshti, he moved to Paskooh, a village in Saravan where he continued his services and activities in the fields of edification and Islamic education as the rector of Darul-Foyouz seminary.
The funeral prayer of Mawlana Sayyedzadeh and his daughter and son-in-law was held by Mawlana Abdol-Hamid, the rector of Darululoom Zahedan, in Gosht, the hometown of the late Mawlana in Saravan district.
Mawlana Abdol-Hamid, the Friday Imam of Sunnis in Zahedan described late Mawlana Sayyedzadeh a righteous and pious scholar.
According to the correspondents of SunniOnline, apart from the common citizens, members of different classes including some authorities took part in the funeral ceremony.


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