During March and April of 2007 six suicide bombers killed themselves. Mercifully they were the only fatalities.
Suicide Bomb Attacks in Morocco, May 16, 2003:
A team of 12 suicide bombers attacked five targets in Casablanca, Morocco, killing 43 persons and wounding 100. The targets were a Spanish restaurant, a Jewish community, a Jewish cemetery, a hotel, and the Belgian Consulate. The Moroccan Government blamed the Islamist al-Assirat al-Moustaquim (The Righteous Path), but foreign commentators suspected an al-Qaida connection.