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'''Muhammad Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab''' (محمد بن عبد الوهاب, born 1703 in Uyaynah; died 1792) was a Muslim scholar from the Najd region of what is today known as [[Saudi Arabia]], who founded the eponymous Wahhabi branch of the [[Salafism|Salafi]] movement, a movement which he would also be ultimately responsible for popularizing in general.
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'''Muhammad Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab''' (محمد بن عبد الوهاب, born 1703 in 'Uyaynah; died 1792) was a Muslim scholar from the Najd region of what is today known as [[Saudi Arabia]], who founded the eponymous Wahhabi branch of the [[Salafism|Salafi]] movement, a movement which he would also be ultimately responsible for popularizing in general.
  
 
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Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab
Born 1703
'Uynaynah, Najd
Died 1792
Diriyah, First Saudi State
Employer Al-Sa'ud
Occupation theologian
Religious belief Wahhabi Islam
Children Ali
Hasan
Hussain
Ibrahim
Abdullah
Ali II
Fatimah
Abd al-Aziz
Notable works Kitab al-Tawhid
Kitab al-Qur'an
Treatise on the Foundation of Islam and its principles
Clarification of the Doubts
The Three Fundamental Principles
The Six Fundamental Principles
Nullifiers of Islam

Muhammad Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab (محمد بن عبد الوهاب, born 1703 in 'Uyaynah; died 1792) was a Muslim scholar from the Najd region of what is today known as Saudi Arabia, who founded the eponymous Wahhabi branch of the Salafi movement, a movement which he would also be ultimately responsible for popularizing in general.