Salafism in China
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Salafism came to China in the 1930's from among the Yihewani.
In China the salafiya cut their hair short, indicating their interpretation of the earlier text.
Atleast they acknowledge that it is NEW NEW and NOT NOT the Original way of the Salaf.
The Yihewani was a salafi/Wahabi movement, which entered into China during late 19th century. About 20% of Hui people followed this movement. The term 'Yihewani' is a Chinese pronounciation of an Arabic term 'Ikhwan' which means "brotherhood".