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His grandfather was known to the locals as the "stone" because of his pious nature. The nickname came from people saying he was "silent as a stone".
This was due to the fact that he seldom spoke and when he did it was greatly revered for his religious knowledge. He returned to Mecca in and stayed there a year before returning home again. The last time he traveled to Mecca was in , this time he brought his family and decided to permanently reside there.
His life dedication in Mecca began to be writing, teaching, and issuing fatwa. It was at this time he wrote his most notable work, which was called "Tuhfat al-muhtaj bi Sharh al-Minhadj". He wrote many other works, some of which are listed in the "works" section of this page. He was once asked about the legal status of those who criticizes Sufis: Is there an excuse for such critics?
He replies in his Fatawa hadithiyya: It is incumbent upon every person endowed with mind and religion not to fall into the trap of criticizing these folk Sufis , for it is a mortal poison, as has been witnessed of old and recently. The jurist have established the general principle that what is of use for the religious sciences should be respected and may not be derided, and it should be studied and taught as a fard kifaya" .
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