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Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab (c. 1702–c. 1791) was the founder of Wahhabism, a socially conservative branch of Sunni Islam. In 1744, he formed a key alliance with Muhammad ibn Saud, the founder of the House of Saud, which rules Saudi Arabia.