Muwahhidism

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The Muwahidin or Muwahid Muslims are a Muslim restoration movement that accepts mainstream Islam. The place an emphasis on the concept of tawhid. Muwahidists believe that the Muslim faith has gradually been mixed with many cultural traditions. They want to return the Muslim faith back to its original foundations. This means the worship of Allah. They acknowledge the 5 pillars of Islam.[1]

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  1. Encyclopedia of African History 3-Volume Set - Page 949, Kevin Shillington - 2013