It was the 4th congregational mosque. Its name derived from the name of Fatima al-Zahraa, the daughter of Prophet Muhammad or named after the Fatimid royal palaces of Cairo “al-qusor al-Zahira” or the flourishing palaces. It doesn’t bear the name of the founder, the Fatimid Caliph al-Moezz. He assigned his general and vizier Gawhar al-Saqlabi […]