Palestinians are Sunni Muslims and belong to the Hanafi School (less radical than their peers Hanbalite-Malekite). As with other Muslims of the world, among the Palestinians there are radical, less radical and moderate Sunni. Among the Islamic fundamentalists, there is Al-Qaeda and ISIS, which differ in their policies to impose Shaarya to Muslims. There is also Boko Haram, acting in mid-west Africa. Among the Palestinians, Hamas wants to impose a caliphate governed by the Shaarya, inspired by the Muslim Brotherhood, destroying Israel, while the Islamic Jihad is inspired and receives support from Iran. They are all Sunni (Palestinians) and combat the Yahilyah. Some see Israel as their main objective to be destroyed and others consider that by cutting the head of the viper (the west, USA, Europe), the rest (Israel) will die by itself. The Sunni are the majority of Islam, 85% of nearly 1.6 billion people. The main Sunni powers are Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey and Qatar. They believe in the teachings of the Quran and in the traditions and laws that derive from the life of Mohammed, the Hadiths. The Sunni Hadiths are adamant about confirming that the authority of Islam comes from the tribe of the Quraysh. After the death of Mohammed (632), four caliphs succeeded him (called the Rashidun), belonging to the tribe of the Quraysh: Abu Baker (632-634), Omar (who conquered an empire 634-644), Othman (who had the Quran written 644- 656) and Ali Ben-Talib (cousin of Mohammed 656-661). The Sunni believe in the legitimacy of all four. The Sunni Muslims fulfill the five premises of Islam: the Shahada, or declaration of faith, the prayer five times a day, the pilgrimage to Mecca once in a lifetime, the Sadaqah or charity acts, and the fasting during the sacred month of Ramadan.