There is a Moroccan custom to recite a passage in Arabic (click here and herefor text) at this point in the Seder. This is recited when the Matza is split during Yahatz in order to demonstrate how Hashem split the sea and as an introduction to Magid, which further expounds the idea of the Exodus from Egypt. The translation of this passage is as follows:
This is how Hashem split the sea into twelve paths when our forefathers were taken out of Egypt by our master and prophet Moshe, son of Amram, peace be upon him. Just as at that time Hashem saved and redeemed them from slavery to freedom, may he redeem us from this exile and bring us to our beloved Jerusalem.
Summary: During Yahatz the Moroccan custom is to split the Matza while reciting the above passage in Arabic.