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Senegalese prosecutors requested a six-month sentence Wednesday for an imam accused of insulting the country's most powerful Muslim brotherhood, in a case that has underlined the group's outsized influence.The Mourides are one of four important Sufi brotherhoods followed by Senegal's Muslims, who overwhelmingly practise a moderate version of Islam while following the teachings of local spiritual guides.Senegal's Sufi movements have no relation to the Sunni Islamist Muslim Brotherhood popular across the Middle East and Africa and currently considered a terror organisation in several nations.
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