Every night we make a Bracha בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה יְהֹוָה, הַמַּעֲרִיב עֲרָבִים - which means to Arabify the Arabs.
Why do we care how Arabic are Arabs?
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When we pray for the Arabs to become more Arab, we mean for them to embrace the religion that they are most well known for; Islam. This is because as Rambam teaches us (Hilkhot Melakhim 11:11) Christianity and Islam were allowed to flourish in order to pave the way towards the ultimate proper acceptance of monotheism in the messianic age:
וכל הדברים האלו של ישוע הנוצרי, ושל זה הישמעאלי שעמד אחריו--אינן אלא ליישר דרך למלך המשיח, ולתקן את העולם כולו לעבוד את ה' ביחד: שנאמר "כי אז אהפוך אל עמים, שפה ברורה, לקרוא כולם בשם ה', ולעובדו שכם אחד" (ראה צפניה ג,ט).
And all of these events involving Jesus the Nazarene, and this Ishmaelite who succeeded him [i.e. Mohammad]--they are only to prepare the way for the messianic king, and to improve the whole world to serve God together. As it says: 'For then will I turn to the peoples a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve Him with one consent.' (Zephaniah 3:9).
It seems likely that intent isn't to all the elements of Islam, but to these positive elements that Rambam referenced.