This book discusses mosques built during the Fatimid era in Mahdia,
Sirte, Ajdabiya, and Cairo, some of which remained intact and some
of which were altered, and it is based on a treatise originally titled
(Fatimid Mosques, Their History and Architecture). Given the
significance of the mihrab in mosque architecture, I included an
article titled “The Rightness in the Relationship Between the Mosque
and the Mihrab” that opened the book’s pages which were the
introduction pages of the book.