Please remember to intercede for those Muslims who genuinely seek God. Ask our God to prepare them to honestly meet him. I don't know about you, but when I met God it was, to put it mildly, a shock. It will be difficult for our Muslim friends should God reveal himself - they will not be prepared for all it means.
Let's pray for them.
* Laylat al Qadr marks the time when the Koran’s first verses were revealed to the Islamic prophet Muhammed. It is also believed that this night marks their fate in the following year. Therefore, many Muslims pray in the night to God for mercy, forgiveness, and salvation. This practice is also called Ehyaa. This "Night of Power" is considered the most appropriate time of the entire year to pray for salvation and blessings. It is believed that a Muslim’s past sins are forgiven if the person prays throughout this night. Many people assemble at mosques during the Isha’ prayer, with many prayers being made until midnight.