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Dr. Abdul-Rahman Mollazadeh Al-Baloushy Uncovers
Brief introduction of the Sheikh
|Sheikh Abdul Rahman al-Baluchy completed his secondary education in Iran, after which he was admitted to the Islamic University of al-Madeenah al-Munawarah in 1979 where he studied Arabic before joining the Usuluddin (Principles of Faith) and Da’wah college. He reached his second year of studies before the policy to expel Iranian students was implemented. He went to Syria to complete his Shari’ah studies at Damascus university, where he graduated in 1984. He also studied under the scholars of Damascus, such as Sheikh Abdul Qadir al-Arna`out and others. Upon graduation, he enrolled for his Masters degree at al-Awza’y college in Beirut where he graduated in 1989. His thesis was on the Baluchi people and Baluchistan. He enrolled for his Ph.D. at the same college and graduated in 1995. His Ph.D. thesis was on “The Transformation of Islamic Thought in Iran from Sunni to Shi’ah during the Safawi Rule”. This same topic was not accepted for his Masters Degree owing to certain political reasons. |
He currently directs the Ahlus Sunnah Association in Iran, London Office.
Is there a single capital city in the world without a Sunni mosque, with the exception to Tehran -the capital of the Shi’ah-, which has forty Christian churches and a cemetery for the Baha’is
Whilst we are living in the twentieth century, we find a third of the population of a nation deprived of their most basic rights. Is there any other country on the face of the earth which prevents its people from choosing names like Umar, Aa’ishah, Hafsah, Abu Bakr, Zubair….
There is no Sunni director in any of the government authorities, ministries, embassies, or local and provincial governments, hospitals or principalities; not even in the lowest government posts anywhere in Iran.
The double-faced regime was able, through raising the banner of Islamic unity, to fool many Muslims outside Iran as they ask them to attend their conferences, and transform their way of thinking within a short period of time