I have nothing against those of the Muslim/Islamic faith. In fact, I quite support the general ideas of purity and equality presented in the religion. I know very nice people of this faith.
However, it is true that, as with every group, there are radicals. If you look at the Qu'ran, it does not support radicalism and inequality.
It is clearly shown that in Islamic countries, certain things need to be improved; woman's rights, civil rights issues, freedom of speech, and more. Another example of radicalism is proven mercy killing cases, even in America. The accused always cite faith as their reason, but that shouldn't be the case because the true Islamic faith does NOT call for mercy killings and such. It is actually quite a peaceful religion.
Groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood might need to work slightly on things such as corruption, radicalism, and civil rights.
All in all, the Islamic/Muslim faith is a fantastic religion with sound morals and goals of purity, but there are definitely improvements to be made to call certain groups back to the original meaning of the faith.
In case anyone was wondering, I am personally a Christian.