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Not to be confused with Salafism.

A Salaf (سلف "ancestor") is an early Muslim from the first three generations[citation needed] of proponents of Islam. The Salaf are the first few generations of Muslims, which included Muhammad's companions and followers at the time.

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  1. ^ Al bidaya wan Nahaya