The mosque is attributed to Sidi Mohamed Dhahir Ib al-Sayyid Muhammad Abu al-Makarem, who was bor i 930 AH ad died i 980 AH ad was buried i his curret uiversity, ad exteds to Mr. Hassa al-Akbar, brother of Mr. Ahmad al-Badawi. There is a foudig marble plaque datig back to 740 AH at the top of the right etrace. This cofirms that the oldest mosque of the curret mosque was located i the Mamluk era i the reig of the Prophet Muhammad ib Qalawu. The curret mosque was reewed i the Ottoma era i the 12th cetury. The mosque has three facades, which are south-east, orth-east ad orth-west, while the fourth meets the water ad the house of the mosque. The miaret is located to the left of the iside of the middle door. The mosque is a rectagular area divided ito five corridors by four iches made of marble colums with the highest poited capitals parallel to the qibla wall, which cotais three iches, the largest of which is the middle oe, all of which are crowed with a broke cotract ad decorated with mud bricks. His door is writte: “The Mu’allif al-Sharif Mu’laa Imam Dhuheir al-Di reewed with the help of God the work of teacher Rajab Ludi.” The dome is ot i ay of the pillars of the mosque, but i the middle of the secod gallery. At the bottom of the dome is a woode box with kufic iscriptio, “This is the place of Sidi Dhahiruddi”.