Mohamed ben Issa
Mohamed al-Hadi ben Issa
سيدي محمدالهادي بن عيسى
Shaym near Safi
|Resting place||al-Hadi ben Issa Mausoleum|
|Other names||al-Hadi ben Aissa|
|Sufi order||Tariqa Issawiya|
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.
He was hagiographed by 18th-century Moroccan historian Ahmed ibn al-Mahdi al-Ghazzal in his book an-Nour al-Shamil (النور الشامل).
He originated from the Semlala, one of the most important Sanhaja Berber clans in Jazulah of Sous.
One of his grandsons has a mausoleum in Jamat Shaim, where it is referred to locally as Sidi Issa ben Makhlouf.