Prominent scholar of the Iranian Sunni community termed the US embassy move to Jerusalem a “crime” and “bitter memory”. He called Muslim rulers to struggle for uniting the Muslim world instead of “expansionism” and “avarice”.
Mawlana Abdol-Hamid asked the president of Iran in a letter to resolve immediately economic problems in frontier provinces, especially in Sistan-Balochistan and Kurdistan where trade points have been blocked.
The most influential Iranian Sunni leader alluded to the ‘unanimous opinion of the Sunni community on moderation’ in the 27th graduation ceremony of Darululoom Zahedan and urged on taking seriously the legal demands of the community.
Shaikh Abdol-Hamid criticized the Iranian officials over banning some foreign guests of Darululoom Zahedan from taking part in the 27th graduation ceremony of Darululoom Zahedan which was held on Thursday 12th April, 2018.
Shaikh Abdol-Hamid emphasized on “execution of justice”, “removal of discriminations” and “ensuring legal freedoms”, calling them the requirements of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He was talking to Sunni worshipers in Zahedan on Friday 30th March, 2018.
The most influential Iranian Sunni leader expressed his deep concerns about educational downfall in Iranian Balochistan and decadence in public schools of Zahedan outskirt and some other regions of Balochistan.