Description - وصف
The Battah Mosque is located inside the old Sidon markets and was formerly known as the Market Mosque. To the south of the mosque there is the Al-Masabana neighborhood, and the Al-Masalakhiya neighborhood, and to its north is the Al-Hayakin market, then the Al-Kandarjieh market, the vegetables, and the Al-Lahhamin, and near it is the market bath. There are many sayings revolving around the reason for the name of the mosque of Battah. The first is because of an incident that occurred previously in the mosque, where a hyena entered the mosque at night and drank the oil with which the mosque was lit. The second is because Sheikh Muhammad Battah is buried in the room adjacent to the mosque. Above the door of the minaret of the mosque are two ancient marble panels on which the inscription is very difficult to read because of the cement stains covering them. This mosque is distinguished by its simple architecture, with its low-rise minaret, and consists of a medium-sized sanctuary with three huge square pillars. It is topped by a simple minbar, topped by a small Turkish-style dome. In addition to the mosque room, which is located on the western side of the mosque, a small room leads to another rectangular room, in which there are two tombs. The entrance to the mosque, which is a narrow and short entrance that leads directly to the mosque's precinct.