Upon arrival, the ruler of Sharjah removed the curtain to mark the opening of the mosque, with its distinctive features designed in the Fatimid architectural style. The mosque is beautifully decorated with detailed Islamic designs and verses from the Quran and covers a vast area of 1,118 square meters. It has a dome nine meters in diameter and 25 meters high, as well as an imposing 47-meter minaret.
The ruler of Sharjah was fully briefed on the mosque’s design, construction details and the various amenities and services available to worshipers.
During his visit, he toured the mosque and learned more about the various facilities that are available to all worshipers. The facilities consist of an indoor space with capacity for 350 worshipers, a separate prayer area for women with capacity for 50 people, and an outdoor courtyard with capacity for 400 worshipers. The facility also includes a 36-square-meter library, as well as bathrooms and sanitary facilities for men and women.