After the earthquake hit Morocco's El Haouz region, thousands of families found themselves outside their homes due to the damage. It also forced people to live a harsh new life inside tents erected in the affected areas.

Those affected are inspecting the extent of the crack in their homes as a result of the quake, which are no longer habitable. Very cautiously, Mustafa insisted that he enter his damaged home to feed the birds, giving him hope that life would continue despite its harshness.

The damage to homes in the city of Tahannaout has also been assessed as serious, and residents have replaced them with tents where they do not know how long they will stay, but who take care of them as if they were permanent housing, overcoming all difficulties of living in them.

The plight of Moroccans has exposed solidarity, as they now share food and the hours of their long day inside tents, and Mustafa's family tries to maintain the atmosphere that used to bring them together under the roof of their home.

Mustafa's family did not care about anything but the future of their children, but the burden has become heavy today by thinking about how to renovate the house and rebuild it, and many questions revolve in their minds, such as: When will they return to their home? Will their lives return to what they were before the earthquake?

Al Jazeera camera conveyed life in the center of Marrakech, where the situation is similar and the scene is different, as people spread the ground based on the walls of their old city after the earthquake hit their homes badly and they were unable to withstand due to their ancient architectural character. This may prolong their renovation, which may require them to leave for shelters far from their hometown, which they refuse to leave.