Zensufism is a religious movement founded in the 23rd century during the beginning of the Human Diaspora. It was founded by Ali bin Ohashi, a member of the eclectic splinter group called the "Brotherhood of Prophets". This group sought to integrate the structural insights of Soto Zen with the mystical Sunni traditions of Sufism.

Zensufism lays out a new form of worship in addition to Salat. It encourages muslims to chant the sacred mantra "Allahu Ackbar" (God is Great) in order to enter a mystical state. The state they aspire to is a combination of the Sufis Dervish and the Zen master's Satori.

Zensufism has grown to encompass some eighty percent of all muslims.