In Islam a lot of thing are strictly time based like. For example
Ramadan starts from this day in the evening to this day in the evening. The reward for prayers is more in Ramadan.
Laylat al-Qadr (Lailatul Qadr/Shab-e-Qadr) happens on a particular moment in the last 10 days of Ramadan (in the middle of the night).
Prayers are taken at particular time because they are accepted only if done on time,
Lets talk about Laylat al-Qadr (where one night is equal to 1000 years according to the holy quran). If am in Saudi arabia and lets say I experience the Laylat al-Qadr, it will be day light in parts of United States. Does that means Laila-al-Qadr is not a universal event but rather revolves around the Earth as Earth rotates.
Also about Ramadan. If if starts in Saudi Arabia and it hasn't started in England till the next day, that will mean a Muslim who pray in Saudi Arabia will be rewarded more then the Muslim who pray in England. Because in one place it is Ramadan, in other it is a regular day.
So my question is how do we interpret time in Islam? Is it unique event that happens in Islam or it happens over an interval in time which could be as long as many days?