Salafiyya

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Salafiyya, ko Salafiyyun, Salafawa ko kuma Akidar Salafiyya, wata sabuwar nau'i[1] branch[2][3] ko chanji ne[4] ne na jagoranci na da'awa a tsakanin mabiya Sunnah a adddinin Musulunci[5] wanda ta samu asali daga kasar Misra a karshen karni na goma sha tara (19th century) a amatsayin martani ga yaduwar mulkin Turawa da siyasar su,[6][7][8][9][10] Wanda tushen da'awar yasamu ne daga Da'awar Wahhabiyawa na karni na goma sha takwas (18th) wanda keda asali a garin Najd wani yanki dake kasar Saudiya ayanzu.[11] Akidar na da'awar a sake dawowa ne zuwa al'adar salaf, wato karnoni ukun farko na Musulmai, wanda yahada da zamanin include the generations of the Annabi(Muhammad)S.A.W dana Sahabbansa, sai wadanda suka biyo bayan su (wato Tabi'ai), sannan kuma suma wadanda suka biyo bayan su (wato Taba Tabi‘in).

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  2. Joppke, Christian (1 April 2013). Legal Integration of Islam (in English). Harvard University Press. p. 27. ISBN 9780674074910. "Salafism, which is a largely pietistic, apolitical sect favoring a literalist reading of the Quran and Sunna." 
  3. Joas Wagemakers (2016). Salafism in Jordan: Political Islam in a Quietist Community. Cambridge University Press. p. 227. "These men adhere to the Salafi branch of Islam" 
  4. "The Rise of European Colonialism". Harvard Divinity School. Retrieved 9 April 2018. 
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  8. Esposito, John L.; Shahin, Emad El-Din (1 November 2013). The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics (in English). OUP USA. p. 38. ISBN 9780195395891. 
  9. Curtis, Edward E. (1 January 2010). Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History (in English). Infobase Publishing. p. 499. ISBN 9781438130408. 
  10. Campo, Juan Eduardo (1 January 2009). Encyclopedia of Islam (in English). Infobase Publishing. p. 601. ISBN 9781438126968. 
  11. Tucker, Spencer C.; Roberts, Priscilla (12 May 2008). The Encyclopedia of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: A Political, Social, and Military History [4 volumes]: A Political, Social, and Military History (in English). ABC-CLIO. p. 975. ISBN 9781851098422.