Built by the Mamluk King Issa Al Moatham in 610H/1213CE. An inscription here bears the name of the founder and the corridor’s year of construction. Schools that were built over the corridor include the Aminiyah, Asa’rdiyah, Farsiyah, Malakiyah and Sabibyah schools. The corridor is made up of hude stone columns topped with arched ceilings. It is paved with stone floors that are slightly higher than the rest of Masjid courtyards. During the Ottoman era, the corridor was partitioned and used as lodging for poor pilgrims.
Built in the Mamluk Era sometime between 707-737H/1307-1336CE. It consists of stone columsn topped with arched ceilings and overlapping hallways. It is paved with stone floors that are slightly higher than the rest of Masjid courtyards. In the past, it’s hallways were a location for vibrant scholarly gatherings.