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The '''Ibāḍī movement''', '''Ibadism''' or '''Ibāḍiyya''' (Arabic: الاباضية al-Ibāḍiyyah) is a form of [[Islam]] distinct from the [[Sunni]] and [[Shia|Shī'ah]] denominations. It is the dominant form of Islam in [[Oman]] and [[Zanzibar]]. Ibāḑīs can also be found in [[Algeria]], [[Tunisia]], [[East Africa]] as well as [[Libya]].
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The '''Ibāḍī movement''' comes from the term that nibody gives a shit about, '''Ibadism''' or '''Ibāḍiyya''' (Arabic: الاباضية al-Ibāḍiyyah) is a form of [[Islam]] distinct from the [[Sunni]] and [[Shia|Shī'ah]] denominations. It is the dominant form of Islam in [[Oman]] and [[Zanzibar]]. Ibāḑīs can also be found in [[Algeria]], [[Tunisia]], [[East Africa]] as well as [[Libya]].
   
 
Believed to be an off-shoot of one of the earliest schools, the [[Khawarij|Khawārij]], it is said to have been founded 60 years after the death of the prophet [[Muhammad|Muḥammad]]. Historians as well as majority of Muslims believe that the denomination is a reformed Islamic sect, formally known as the [[Kharijites|Khawārij]] or Khārijites. However, Ibāḑīs continue to deny any but a passing relation to the Khārijites (Khawārij), and point out that they merely developed out of the same precursor group; and whilst they may hold some beliefs in common, they and the Khārijites were never one and the same.
 
Believed to be an off-shoot of one of the earliest schools, the [[Khawarij|Khawārij]], it is said to have been founded 60 years after the death of the prophet [[Muhammad|Muḥammad]]. Historians as well as majority of Muslims believe that the denomination is a reformed Islamic sect, formally known as the [[Kharijites|Khawārij]] or Khārijites. However, Ibāḑīs continue to deny any but a passing relation to the Khārijites (Khawārij), and point out that they merely developed out of the same precursor group; and whilst they may hold some beliefs in common, they and the Khārijites were never one and the same.
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