The masjid is one of the oldest Islamic places of worship in the Mogadishu capital. It was built circa 667 (1260/1 CE), concurrently with the Fakr ad-Din Mosque. Arba'a Rukun's mihrab contains an inscription dated from the same year, which commemorates the masjid's late founder, Khusra ibn Mubarak al-Shirazi (Khusrau ibn Muhammed).
- Fakr ad-Din Mosque
- Masjid al-Qiblatayn
- Mosque of Islamic Solidarity
- Garlake, Peter S. (1966). The Early Islamic Architecture of the East African Coast. Institute. p. 10.