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A movement within Sunni Islam that seeks to return to the purity of the pious ancestors (as-Salaf as-Salih) of early Islam, and extirpate any innovations (bid'ah), superstitions, deviations, and heresies. Also known as Wahhabism, after Mohammad Ibn 'Abd al-Wahhab, closely identified with the rise to power of the House of Saud.

    A large collection of resources, including downloadable files in PDF format, e-books, and audio resources, on Islam from a Salafi perspective.

  • Al-Ibaanah Publishing Co

    Translates and publishes Islamic books from Arabic to English. Includes information about their products, and a library of articles, e-books, and biographies.


    A collection of fatwas (religious opinions on Islamic law) issued by a group of Wahhabi or Salafi scholars.

  • Fatwa-Online

    A collection of religious opinions in answer to believers' questions (fatwa) given by the Permanent Committee for Islaamic Research and Fataawa in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Also includes resources on Islamic belief and practice.

  • Islam Question and Answer

    A collection of fataawa (religious opinions) issued by Sheikh Muhammad Salih al-Munajjid of Saudi Arabia. Classified by category.

  • Islamic Network

    A da’wah organization based in the UK, which aims to promote awareness and understanding of the religion of Islam. Includes a collection of articles on Muslim faith, their events and courses, and contacts.

  • Salaf

    Covering Islaam, Sunnah, and Salafiyyah, this site seeks to inform peple of same via discussion, articles, and video.

  • Salafi Manhaj

    A Salafi group based in the UK present a collection of resources on Islam according to the salaf-as-saalih (the pious predecessors). Includes articles, audio and video files, and news.

  • The Wahhabi Myth

    Sets out to challenge the identification of Osama bin Laden and the events of 9/11 with Salafi (Wahhabi) Islam. Offers abridged excerpts of a book by Haneef James Oliver.

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