Landmark Location: Located near Bab Al-Amoud, specifically at the junction of Khan Al-Zayt and Al-Wad Road.

Landmark History:Year 1097 AH / 1685 AD

Reason of the name:Named after its builder Haj Abdul Karim bin Mustapha Shorbagi

Builder Name: Haj Abdul Karim bin Mustapha Shorbagi

– Today is a small prayer house; square shaped and has a small entrance in the eastern façade, and has a small dome, and has a niche in the middle of the southern façade.
– Haj Abdul Karim Al-Shorbagi built the mosque Sabila, and has a basin, copper plates, and stood on it and appointed him a number of employees such as the Muslim and the cleaner and then on this path to a mosque.