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'''Salaf''' is an [[Arabic]] noun which translates to "predecessor", or "forefather". In [[Islam]] it refers to the first three generations of Muslims, the so-called "Pious Predecessors".  
 
'''Salaf''' is an [[Arabic]] noun which translates to "predecessor", or "forefather". In [[Islam]] it refers to the first three generations of Muslims, the so-called "Pious Predecessors".  
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According to Prophet [[Muhammad]] in the hadith, the [[Sahabah]] ("Companions"), [[Tabi'un]] ("Followers"), and [[Tabi' al-Tabi'un]] ("Those after the Followers") are among the [[Qur'an,_Hadith_and_Scholars:Islamic_Theology#The_First_3_Generations_of_Muslims_are_the_Best_Muslims|best generation of Muslims]] on Earth, and are therefore seen by the vast majority of today's Muslims as a model for how Islam should be practiced.  
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According to Prophet [[Muhammad]] in the hadith, the [[Sahabah]] ("Companions"), [[Tabi'un]] ("Followers"), and Tabi' al-Tabi'un ("Those after the Followers") are among the [[Qur'an,_Hadith_and_Scholars:Islamic_Theology#The_First_3_Generations_of_Muslims_are_the_Best_Muslims|best generation of Muslims]] on Earth, and are therefore seen by the vast majority of today's Muslims as a model for how Islam should be practiced.  
    
Salafis are a Muslims who claim to rid Islam of [[Bid'ah]] or innovation introduced after the Salaf of the Prophet had passed away. They thus tend toward strict [[Sunni|orthodox]] interpretation of the [[Qur'an]] and [[Sunnah]].
 
Salafis are a Muslims who claim to rid Islam of [[Bid'ah]] or innovation introduced after the Salaf of the Prophet had passed away. They thus tend toward strict [[Sunni|orthodox]] interpretation of the [[Qur'an]] and [[Sunnah]].
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