Sunni

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  • Iraqi cleric urges Sunni Muslims to defend Iran against U.S. 2019-05-17 19:45

    Iraqi cleric urges Sunni Muslims to defend Iran against U.S.

    TEHRAN – Sheikh Abdul-Latif al-Hamim, head of the Sunni Endowment of Iraq, has issued a fatwa, calling on Sunni Muslims to defend the Islamic Republic of Iran in the face of U.S. threats.

  • Coexistence between Sunnis and Shias must be a primary goal 2019-02-17 12:06

    By Martin Love

    Coexistence between Sunnis and Shias must be a primary goal

    NORTH CAROLINA - It may seem improbable but the very key to whether the world enjoys real (and somewhat relative, if not absolute) "peace" going forward, as well as the fate of the U.S. as any kind of somewhat respected but former imperial (and absurdly imperious) power, depends on two things: the end of U.S. disrespect for international laws, most evident in the “regime change” wars, and on the fate of the Palestinians and whether they are given civil rights and released from bondage in their own country.

  • Hazrat Fatima (A.S) 2018-12-19 11:30

    By Sadiq Aliyu Musa

    Hazrat Fatima (A.S), the most oppressed Lady in the world

    TEHRAN - Both Shia and Sunni sources agree that, on a number of occasions, Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) had said, "Fatimah is part of me. Whoever makes her angry, makes me angry." This has been recorded in both Sahih Bukhari (Arabic-English, Volume 5, Traditions 61 and 111) and Sahih Muslim (in the section on the virtues of Hazrat Fatimah, Volume 4, pages 1904-1905), two of the most important Hadith books to Sunnis. It is also recorded in Sahih Bukhari Chapter of "The battle of Khaibar", Arabic-English, v5, tradition #546, pp 381–383, also v4, Tradition #325) that Hazrat Fatimah was angry with Abu Bakr and did not speak to him before she died.

  • Muslims must be aware of divisive sources 2018-12-04 09:43

    Muslims must be aware of divisive sources

    Divisive sources in the Muslim community, unfortunately, have the media in hand. For instance, Fadak Satellite Channel, which is a private Shia Muslim TV in the UK, was launched with the purpose to create division among Shia and Sunni brothers. Fadak is funded by the British government. What is even more shocking is that broadcast media such as Al Wesal TV, and Kalemeh TV that are both Sunni based, or Fadak Satellite Channel and Ahl-e-Bait TV that are Shia based, both receive funds from the same source to create division among Ummah. Interestingly, Shias and Sunnis have 89 percent commonality in their secondary principles and 91 percent commonality in their main principles, so with more awareness, the enemy won’t be able to sow discord among Muslims.

  •  An interior view of the Shafei Jameh Mosque 2018-05-15 09:57

    A peek into Shafei Jameh Mosque

    Graced with intricate faience and stucco carvings

    TEHRAN – Graced with eye-catching architecture, the Shafei Jameh Mosque stands tall in the ancient city of Kermanshah in western Iran.

  • Mosque Brussels 2018-02-14 17:06

    By Dr. James M. Dorsey

    Surrendering a Brussels mosque: A Saudi break with ultra-conservatism?

    Saudi Arabia, in an indication that it is serious about shaving off the sharp edges of its Sunni Muslim ultra-conservatism, has agreed to surrender control of the Great Mosque in Brussels.

  • leader 2018-02-13 20:41

    Iranian Shias, Sunnis stand together in tough times: Ayatollah Khamenei

    TEHRAN - Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said that Shia and Sunni Muslims in Iran stand beside each other in the most difficult times.

  • قطر و عربستان 2017-09-05 16:20

    Iran’s deft diplomacy in region paying dividends: National Interest 

    In an article on its website published on Sept. 4, the National Interest said it is Iran which is emerging the winner in the Saudi blockade of Qatar. The article, written by Mohammed Ayoob, said, “Tehran’s deft diplomacy and infinite patience have finally begun to pay dividends.”

  • فرخ بال 2017-06-14 11:06

    Tehran attacks not sectarian: senior religious scholar 

    TEHRAN – The June 7 terrorist attacks in Tehran are in no way related to sectarian issues and religious scholars unanimously abhor such acts, the dean of Qom Seminary Teachers Society told IRNA on Tuesday.

  • دیدار علمای اهل تسنن با حجت السلام رئیسی 2017-05-07 10:53

    Raisi well aware of shortcomings: Sunni cleric

    TEHRAN – Presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi is well aware of shortcomings and concerns and he will be the fittest person to assume the presidential post, Sistan-Baluchestan’s representative at the Assembly of Experts said on Saturday.

  • دیدار علمای اهل تسنن با حجت السلام رئیسی 2017-05-07 10:09

    Raisi meets Qom clerics, religious scholars

    TEHRAN – Presidential hopeful Ebrahim Raisi traveled to the religious city of Qom on Saturday to meet with clerics of the Qom Seminary and members of the Qom Seminary Teachers Society.

  • Iraq 2017-01-21 01:09

    What defines victory for Iraq in Mosul

    As Iraqi forces end Islamic State’s hold in the country’s second-largest city, politicians are racing to avoid the old mistake of continuing Shia-Sunni divisions. Political reconciliation is the best weapon against terrorist groups.

  • rigi 2 2016-12-13 09:43

    By Naghmeh Mizanian

    Religious commonalities more important than differences: Sunni female governor

    TEHRAN -- Different branches of Islam should pay attention to their notable commonalities rather than little differences, says Ms. Homeyra Rigi, the first Sunni female governor in Iran since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

  • Tehran hosting 4th Christian-Muslim Summit 2016-11-07 10:32

    Tehran hosting 4th Christian-Muslim Summit

    TEHRAN – The 4th Christian-Muslim Summit kicked off on Sunday attended by representatives from Shia and Sunni Islam as well as Catholic, Protestant and Anglican Christianity. The first Christian-Muslim summit was held in 2009 in Washington, DC, in the US. Beirut, Lebanon, hosted the second summit in 2011 and the third was held in The Vatican in 2014.

  • 02-MH1.Larijani.230.jpg 2016-10-05 10:06

    Tehran’s policy is to unify Iraqis: Larijani

    TEHRAN – The speaker of Iran’s parliament has said that the policy of the Islamic Republic is to promote unity among Iraqi groups, including Shias, Sunnis, and Kurds.