IN PICTURES : Muslims all over the world observe Laylatul Qadr

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Laylatul Qadr or ‘Night of Power’ is considered an important date in Ramazan for Muslims as the Holy Quran is believed to have been revealed on this night. Muslims try to find the ‘Night of Power’ which can fall on any odd night in the last 10 days of Ramazan.

Faisal mosque illuminated on the 27th of the month of Ramazan. PHOTO: REUTERS

Faisal mosque illuminated on the 27th of the month of Ramazan. PHOTO: APP

Faisal mosque illuminated on the 27th of the month of Ramazan. PHOTO: APP

Faisal mosque on the 27th of the month of Ramazan. PHOTO: REUTERS

Badshahi mosque in Lahore decorated for Laylatul Qadr. PHOTO: APP

Badshahi mosque in Lahore decorated for Laylatul Qadr. PHOTO: APP

Badshahi mosque in Lahore decorated for Laylatul Qadr. PHOTO: APP

Women pray in front of the Dome of the Rock, on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary during Laylatul Qadr in Jerusalem’s Old City. PHOTO: REUTERS

People pray in front of the Dome of the Rock, on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary during Laylatul Qadr in Jerusalem’s Old City. PHOTO: REUTERS

People pray in front of the Dome of the Rock, on the compound known to Muslims as Noble Sanctuary during Laylatul Qadr in Jerusalem’s Old City. PHOTO: REUTERS

Muslims take part in ‘Tarawih’ on Laylatul Qadr at Suleymaniye mosque during the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul. PHOTO: REUTERS

Muslims take part in ‘Tarawih’ on Laylatul Qadr at Suleymaniye mosque during the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul. PHOTO: REUTERS

Women pray on Laylatul Qadr at Suleymaniye mosque during the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul. PHOTO: REUTERS

Muslims take part in ‘Tarawih’ on Laylatul Qadr at Suleymaniye mosque during the holy month of Ramadan in Istanbul. PHOTO: REUTERS

A man offers his ‘Tarawih’ on Laylatul Qadr in Cairo’s Al Azhar mosque. PHOTO: REUTERS

Men pray in Kuwait City’s Grand Mosque just before daybreak, during Laylatul Qadr. PHOTO: AFP

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