Sidi Ameur:

The city of Sidi Ameur is a municipal area belonging to the municipality of El Sahlin from the state of Monastir. It bore the name of the Good Walleye Sidi Amer Ben Salem Al Mazougi in comparison to the town of Mazougeh in the Far East born in the year 920 AH corresponding to 1514 AD.
Sidi Amer was born to an orphan of the father of his mother, the daughter of the good father Sidi Nasr, who died in 1520, and who is located at the entrance to the city of the coast of Sousse.
Sidi Amer taught the Holy Quran at the angle of his grandfather to the mother of Sidi Nasr and then moved to Sousse where he contacted the world and Mufti Sheikh Mohammed Al-Rifi and required him for 3 years and then went to the capital and intended the good Wali Sidi Abu Ghaith Qustali one of the elders of Sufism and taught him for 10 years and then moved to The house of Sheikh Abdullah al-Tlemissani before moving between many regions of the country, notably the tribal homeland and Gabes and Djerba, which stayed for years at the Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Hamani and then settled in his hometown where the name is currently known, which was previously known Bhansir al-Wahishi.
Sidi Amer had followers and students, including one of the Hafsid state officials, who helped him establish his corner in 970 AH - 1562 AD. He was 50 years old at the time.
Sidi Amer Al-Mazougi engaged in the resistance against the Spanish invasions and was known for his nobility, in addition to his asceticism and his heresy.

Mosque of Issa:

The city of Masjid Issa is located 11 kilometers from the city of Monastir from the Tunisian coast. It is located in the village of Masjid Issa on a high sea overlooking the ancient sea, which is attributed to the ascetic and Almorab world and the judge of Kairouan, Abu Musa Issa Ibn Miskin. The mosque is built on the ruins of a Byzantine or Roman palace. The remains of a Roman city are located in several locations in the village. Most of the inhabitants of the village, especially the former, argue that the square in front of the mosque is called "
The Mosque of Issa, like other Tunisian cities and villages, contributed to counter colonialism and support the national resistance for pride, dignity and independence. It was one of the main centers of resistance in the Sahel such as the Citadel.