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A Sufi is a practitioner of Sufism.  Sufism is generally considered to be a mystical form of [[Islam]] and that is how most Sufis describe the religion, but some Muslims disagree and contend that Sufism is a separate religion entirely.  <ref> http://godlas.myweb.uga.edu/Sufism.html</ref>   
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A '''Sufi''' is a practitioner of [[Sufism]].  Sufism is generally considered to be a mystical form of [[Islam]] and that is how most Sufis describe the [[religion]], but some [[Muslim]]s disagree and contend that Sufism is a separate religion entirely.  <ref> http://godlas.myweb.uga.edu/Sufism.html</ref>   
  
 
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A Sufi is a practitioner of Sufism. Sufism is generally considered to be a mystical form of Islam and that is how most Sufis describe the religion, but some Muslims disagree and contend that Sufism is a separate religion entirely. [1]

Reference

  1. http://godlas.myweb.uga.edu/Sufism.html