Snapchat Shines the Spotlight on a Stunning Night of Power in the Middle East
The Muslim world is preparing for the end of Ramadan, as Eid Al Fitr is expected to fall on Wednesday July 6, but in the meantime there's plenty more planned for the last few nights of the Holy Month.
The 27th night of Ramadan is the most traditional observance of Laylat al-Qadr and Snapchat decided to share people's acknowledgments around the world this weekend.
While snaps shared on the story featured people in places like Pakistan and beyond, much of the focus for the Night of Power - when it's believed Prophet Muhammed discovered the Quran - came from Riyadh and Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
You'll see Muslims getting ready for Maghrib, the dusk prayer and sharing their experiences of the Ramadan Fridges extravaganza taking off in the UAE this year. It's believed that Laylat al Qadr is worth 1000 nights of worship.
In case you missed how Snapchat beautifully documented the important time for those who follow the Islamic faith, here are the highlights.