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ISIS has threatened Egyptian followers of the mystical Sufi strand of Islam after claiming it beheaded two of their clerics in its Sinai Peninsula stronghold.In the latest edition of the ISIS weekly newsletter Al-Nabaa issued Thursday, a militant identified as the head of the jihadists' "morality police" in the Sinai warned Sufis to renounce their beliefs.ISIS follows the puritanical Salafist school of thought -- the dominant one in Saudi Arabia -- which views some Sufi practices as heretical.Many Muslims in Egypt and elsewhere regard the Sufis as part of the mainstream.
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