It is important to make a distinction between Muslim extremists and everyday Muslims. The former is likely a tiny fraction of the entire Muslim population. And, although some people may believe otherwise, I would not judge someone negatively based solely upon their religion, even if it were Islam (however, I may not hold the same attitude toward the Westboro Baptist Church and a few others). It is, of course, the Muslim extremists that are responsible for all of the terrorism. However, the same cannot be said for the other things that I mentioned above. I do realize that there also exists a more liberal version of Islam. However, that does not erase the evident correlation between Muslims and the above. Having said that, I would not automatically attatch any of those things to any Muslim without evidence that suggests they may have perpetrated them. To do so would be, among other things, logically fallacious.I am one who opposes labels and stereotypes. As such, I have no ill will towards Muslims in general. So, I would be more than happy to mention My Fellow American, which is a project that aims to refute negative stereotypes of Muslims.
Now, let me reiterate my position. While I do not group all Muslims with terrorists, I recognize that the majority of terrorists are Muslims. Islamic extremism, and Sharia law, are threats to Western society. Please note the distinction.