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Modern Salafists consider the 18th-century scholar Muhammed bin 'Abd al-Wahhab and many of his students to have been Salafis.  He started a reform movement in the remote, sparsely populated region of Najd .  He advocated purging practices such as shrine and tomb visitation, which were widespread among Muslims . 'Abd al-Wahhab considered this practice to be idolatry , representative of impurities and inappropriate innovations in Islam .   He evangelized in areas in the Arabian Peninsula during the 18th century, calling for a return to the practices of the early Muslims. His works, especially Kitab at-Tawhid, are still widely read by Salafis around the world today. The majority of Salafi scholars still cite them frequently. [ citation needed ]