Mohamed ben Issa or al-Hadi ben Issa (also nicknamed Sheikh al-Kamil Arabic: الشيخ الكامل محمد بن عيسى‎‎; 1467–1526) was a Moroccan Wali and founder of the Triqa Issawiya. He is considered the patron-saint of the city of Meknes. His Tariqa has found many followers outside his native region, and today has outposts throughout Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. He was hagiographed by 18th-century Moroccan historian Ahmed ibn al-Mahdi al-Ghazzal in his book an-Nour al-Shamil (النور الشامل).

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  • Mohamed ben Issa or al-Hadi ben Issa (also nicknamed Sheikh al-Kamil Arabic: الشيخ الكامل محمد بن عيسى‎‎; 1467–1526) was a Moroccan Wali and founder of the Triqa Issawiya. He is considered the patron-saint of the city of Meknes. His Tariqa has found many followers outside his native region, and today has outposts throughout Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. He was hagiographed by 18th-century Moroccan historian Ahmed ibn al-Mahdi al-Ghazzal in his book an-Nour al-Shamil (النور الشامل). (en)
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  • Mohamed al-Hadi ben Issa
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  • a Moroccan Wali (en)
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  • Mohamed ben Issa or al-Hadi ben Issa (also nicknamed Sheikh al-Kamil Arabic: الشيخ الكامل محمد بن عيسى‎‎; 1467–1526) was a Moroccan Wali and founder of the Triqa Issawiya. He is considered the patron-saint of the city of Meknes. His Tariqa has found many followers outside his native region, and today has outposts throughout Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt. He was hagiographed by 18th-century Moroccan historian Ahmed ibn al-Mahdi al-Ghazzal in his book an-Nour al-Shamil (النور الشامل). (en)
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