The best explanation that can be provided for Ibn Rushd's view on Sufism and the Sufis is the latter's view of him. As long as the Sufis' viewpoint implicitly conceals an Averroistic view of Sufism, it might be a reaction against the former's view of the latter. This is especially true given the intended subtle Averroistic disregard for discussion about Sufism. In this respect, it is useful to consider the meetings that were documented in the most elaborate way by Ibn Arabi, particularly the one that takes place at Ibn Rushd's funeral. At the moment of death this is an instance of confession from the living to the dead. The present study is an attempt to reveal the allusions of that meeting as well as its implications that unravel the Sufis' stand on Abu al-Walid.