Tinjdad -  Laylat Alqadr, the Night of destiny, is highly sacred for all Muslims of the world because it is during this sanctified night that the prophet Mohamed (PBUH) received the first revelations from God. No one is absolutely certain about the exact time of the night of destiny, but, traditionally, Muslims have agreed upon the 26th night of Ramadan as the possible time.

Moroccans spend Laylat al-Qadr, the 26th day of Ramadan, at the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca.
Larbi is a freelance writer and assistant editor at Morocco World News.