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Muslims' night prayers during Laylat Al-Qadr

2012-08-15 09:38:45 GMT2012-08-15 17:38:45(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

An Israeli soldier checks a bag of Palestinian woman at an Israeli checkpoint near the West Bank city of Bethlehem on Aug. 14, 2012. (Xinhua/Luay Sababa)

Palestinian worshippers attend a night prayers during Laylat Al-Qadr at al-Omari mosque in Gaza City on Aug. 14, 2012. Laylat Al-Qadr is the holiest night in Ramadan month which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad. (Xinhua/Wissam Nassar)

Palestinian worshippers attend a night prayers during Laylat Al-Qadr at al-Omari mosque in Gaza City on Aug. 14, 2012. Laylat Al-Qadr is the holiest night in Ramadan month which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad. (Xinhua/Wissam Nassar)

A Palestinian elderly man crosses Qalandiya checkpoint near the West Bank city of Ramallah on Aug. 14, 2012, on his way to al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem to attend the holiest night in Ramadan "Laylat Al-Qadr" which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad. (Xinhua/Fadi Arouri)

Palestinians cross Qalandiya checkpoint near the West Bank city of Ramallah on Aug. 14, 2012, on their way to al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem to attend the holiest night in Ramadan "Laylat Al-Qadr" which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad. (Xinhua/Fadi Arouri)

Muslims attend a night prayers during Laylat Al-Qadr in Jerusalem's Old City, Israel, on August 14, 2012. Laylat Al-Qadr is the holiest night in Ramadan month which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad. (Xinhua/Muammar Awad)

Muslims went to al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem to attend the holiest night in Ramadan "Laylat Al-Qadr" which commemorates the revealing of the holy book of Quran to Prophet Mohammad.

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