Hawramani.com is an online Islamic resource and blog created by Ikram Hawramani, who is a software engineer and independent researcher in the field of Islamic studies living in the United States. He belongs to the Sunni Hawrami minority of northwestern Iran. He can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Islamic thinking expressed in this site is based on the thinking of a diverse set of scholars and intellectuals, most importantly:
The Egyptian scholar Mohammed al-Ghazali (1917-1996) is one of the best-known scholars of the 20th century in the Middle East.
Ahmad Moftizadeh (1933-1993) was an Iranian Kurdish leader and Shafi’i jurist, responsible for reviving interest in the Quran in his homeland of Iranian Kurdistan.
Said Nursi (1877-1960) was a Shafi’i jurist and revivalist in Turkey.