Salafism is sometimes called Wahhabism by association with (d 1792CE), who was someone who renewed interest in this interpretation.Many Salafis take offence at this name, because it focuses on that individual, and not the philosophy.The academic literature on Sufism tends to focus on classical texts by Rabi’a al-Adawiyya (713-801), Muhyi’l-Din ibn’l-Arabi (1165-1240), Jalaluddin al-Rumi (1207-1273) and other gnostic Sufis whose major themes were the love of God, the quest for union with the divine and the equivalence of all religions. This orientation is mirrored in the anthropological literature that champions popular are typically depicted as exclusivist, intolerant of local cultures and other religions and, particularly in the post-9/11 literature, as being the embodiment of inherently violent Islam, and are associated with “conversion by the sword.”  Ibn Saud’s 18th century wars of conquest and Rumi’s 13th century verses about churches, mosques and synagogues as houses of God have become archetypes in contemporary Western discourse about .
Salafism and Sufism are two sub-branches of Sunni Islam.
You definitely can't have Salafi Shia, nor Sufi Shia (though there are some Shia sects that have a similar mentality to Sufism).
At its core, Sufism focuses more on the questions of the heart and the soul, and they often delve into philosophical questions or introduce concepts (e.g.
fanaa' or infinity, or unity of existence) that were not part of the early teachings of Islam.
These guidelines include the following: 1 – They should not show pictures of the women, because looking at the woman to whom one is proposing is only allowed for the suitor once he has resolved to marry her, and it is not permissible for anyone else to look at her, and it is not permissible to enable anyone to do that.