Another supposition by al-Jawahari suggests that the more formal name Bahri (lit.
"belonging to the sea") would have been misunderstood and so was opted against.
According to Saudi writer Abdul Aziz Qassim and others, it was the Ottomans who "first labelled Abdul Wahhab's school of Islam in Saudi Arabia as Wahhabism".
The British also adopted it and expanded its use in the Middle East.
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