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  1. It is school of thought with rigid interpretation of Islamic beliefs, mostly being followed in Arab countries.

  2. salafism is idea that the most authentic and true isalam found in the lived righteous gernation of Muslim known as the safa the Quran also word uses the safa

  3. Salafism Beliefs Explained

    Salafism is an ultra-conservative branch of Sunni Islam that emphasizes strict adherence to the teachings and practices of the first three generations of Muslims, known as the “Salaf.” The beliefs of Salafists include:

    The belief in the oneness of God (Tawhid) and the rejection of all forms of polytheism or idolatry.

    The belief in the absolute authority of the Qur’an and the Sunnah (teachings and practices of the Prophet Muhammad) is the primary source of Islamic law and guidance.

    The belief in the strict adherence to the practices and traditions of the Salaf, and the rejection of any innovation (bid’ah) in the religion.

    The belief in the importance of upholding sharia (Islamic law) in all aspects of life.

    The belief in the importance of purifying the faith and society from perceived moral decay and cultural influence.

    Salafism has several sub-branches, each with its own interpretations and practices, but these beliefs are generally considered central to the Salafist ideology.