I've tried to gather information on this page that deals specifically with Iranian religious movements rather than generically with Islam. Massood Cajee's Dunya is an excellent site which offers an introduction to Islam as well as pointers to other sites. An online copy of the Qur'an is also available and has been of some help to me in the preparation of my own pages.

 
Ahlul-Bayt Student Association
This page deals with the Ahlul-Bayt, the family of Mohammad who trace their descent through his daughter Fatimeh. The Shi'ia, or party of 'Ali, took their political stance in support of her husband against the claims of the Caliphs. 'Ali himself is the fourth Caliph of Sunni Islam and the first Imam of the Shi'ites.
http://www.scar.utoronto.ca/~94alikha/misc/iasa.html
Checked Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 05:47 PM.

Arash's Iran Page
Arash Tirandaz is an Iranian Baha'i living in Birmingham, Alabama. In 1996 he is in his last year of a three year residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Alabama in Birmingham where he maintains a home page with a number of Iranian and Baha'i links.
http://medinfo.dom.uab.edu/Arash/Iran.html
Checked 05-March-96 11:50:02.

Avesta Web Server - Zoroastrian
Joseph Peterson has assembled a scholarly site, dedicated to the teachings of this ancient faith of Iran. The site provides the complete text of the extant Avesta, the most ancient of the zoroastrian scriptures as well as some of the Pahlavi ones. Joseph Peterson has plans to expand it to include information on the special language used to write the sacred texts, called Avestan.
http://kasson.cfa.org/~jpeterso/avesta.html
Checked Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 05:03 PM.

Shia Home Page
Shi'ism is the particular belief of Islam most widely followed in Iran, in contrast with the more widely followed Sunni'ism. My own pages contain a history of the schism which precipitated the division, but Farrukh Zaidi's page offers more details and a religious perspective.
http://metro.turnpike.net/F/fzaidi/index.html
Checked Tuesday, April 16, 1996 at 05:47 PM.

Bahai
This is a comprehensive set of links about the Bahai religion which originated near Shiraz in 1844 and was immediately supressed as a heresy of Shi'ism. The site contains a useful introduction to the faith which includes its early history
http://coyote.einet.net:8000/galaxy/Community/Religion/Bahai.html
Checked Wednesday, May 1, 1996 at 03:47 PM.

Sufism Home Page
The Sufi is one who moves towards the Truth by means of Love and devotion. Since only one who is perfect is capable of realizing the Truth, the sufi strives his utmost for Perfection. Sufis believe the only way to become perfect is to purify oneself under the training of a perfect Sufi Master
In common with all Sufi orders, the Nimatullahi Order stems from an initiatic chain, going back to the beginning of Islam, with Muhammad being considered the first Sufi master. The word Nimatullah is derived from the name of Shah Nimatullah Wali, who founded the order at the end of the 14th century C.E. and was one of the great Sufi masters of Iran.
http://www.Nimatullahi.org/
Checked Monday, September 9, 1996 at 09:55 AM.
http://www.naqshbandi.net/haqqani/Sufi/sufi_islam.htmlNaqshbandi Home Page
Checked December 15, 1998.

Sufi Stories
Mariam Ispahani has gathered a wonderful collection of Sufi stories here together with some evocative pictures. This is a highly accessible site at which to start a study of this important religious movement through its fables.
http://www.ispahani.org/story.htm
Checked Monday, 21 June, 1999

Stanford University Zoroastrian Society
Zoroastrianism was the ancient religion of Iran before the Arab conquest in the middle of the sixth century C.E. This page is devoted to matters relating to the society and includes a good introduction to the religion itself.
http://www.leland.stanford.edu/group/zoroastrians/ Checked Monday, April 15, 1996 at 03:56 PM.