Salafiism, also known as Wahhabism, is a puritanical rationalistic movement founded by Mohammad ibn Abdul Wahhab (1703-1792).

Adherents, who describe themselves as muwahhidun ("unitarians"), insist on a literal interpretation of the Koran and a strict doctrine of predestination.

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AHYA Call and Guidance Center
Offers a collection of articles, audio resources and a newsletter on Islam, from a Salafi perspective. Includes their views on Jamaat Tableegh and Deobandism.
Includes a resource of articles on Islam and Islamic topics, with a discussion forum. Also a categorised directory of Muslim interest websites. [Arabic and English]
BBC: Islamic roots in Dagestan
The reactions of the Muslims in the small mountainous republic to the Wahhabi movement.
BBC: The threat from Islamic militancy
Malcolm Haslett asks if Wahhabi militants are behind the outbreaks of violence in the former Soviet Union.
Information about Masjid Ibrahim (Austin, Texas, US). Includes news and events, with a collection of articles and audio resources.
An on-line collection of fataawa (Islamic rulings) given by the Council of Senior Scholars in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; also available to download. Includes historical biographies and brief articles on Islam.
Islam Calls You
Variety of articles from Dr. K. Shoukath Ali on the Salafi movement, science and religion, history and philosophy.
Islam Q and A
Offers insight into Muslim belief and practice through questions, with answers supervised by Shaykh Muhammad Saalih al-Munajjid.
Maktabat Ahlil Athaar
Resource for Islamic audio, video, articles, translated works, and publications on Salafi Islam. Includes interactive forum and blog.
Salafi Dawah
Presenting the Sunnah between the Hands of the Ummah. A salafi mosque based in Sri Lanka providing lectures in English and Tamil.
Information for Muslims and non-Muslims focussing on Islaam as understood by the predecessors, as-Salaf as-Saalih. Includes articles and guidance.
Article covering the development, distinctive beliefs and practices, and influence of the movement. [From Wikipedia]
Salafy Ink
A site which deals with issues related to the Salafi beliefs and methodologies.
Sayings of the Salaf
Translations of traditions from the Salaf, the first three generations of the Muslim Ummah, in weblog format.
Islamic articles, quran and lecture audios, links, resources, news, and events.
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