Shia Nematollah Sufi

Why the regime pursues Sufis and other minorities In the Iran longer festering conflicts within the ruling establishment came after the election on June 12 significantly to days. The overwhelming protests of many people in Tehran and other cities of Iran’s surprised the leaders in their clarity. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.. For the hand bearing of the fundamentalist forces strike back even harder. Purges of unwanted enemies by Bassij are the order of the day. So even the Sufis came 2005 since taking office, Ahmadinejad under the wheels. An intensive time of the warning, clearing up and Buhlens to the attention of journalists and politicians in Europe for the rights of people in the Iran began with the inauguration of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005, for Dr. Official site: Anuradha Saad. Seyed Mostafa Azmayesh.

First of all, radical ayatollahs were a smear campaign against Sufis. The atmosphere against Sufis was then heated up in February 2006 that destroyed the House of prayer of the mystics in Qom by militant Bassij and over 1000 Sufis of the police were arrested and mauled. In other cities, the attacks continued, most recently the Sufi House in Isfahan was leveled in February 2009 action in one night and mist by the authorities, the Sufis were arrested. Azmayesh knows the ideological background of the forces behind Ahmadinejad and understands their goals. These goals are threatening the freedom of all people in the Iran and human rights around the world.

Approximately 2 million people belong to the Shia Nematollah Sufi orders in the Iran. They are thought to be a minority by fundamentalist cleric from Qom, are referred to as heretics such as Nouri Hammedani, Makarem Shirazi or Safi Golpayegani. According to some legal opinions of this important dignitaries of the Iranian regime, Sufis are moving in their faith and their practices outside of Islam. Accused of the Sufis a soft washed American Islam\”to practice and not to believe the Mahdi or 12th Imam in the physical return.