Surprisingly enough, I found this on Housewife4Palestine's blog. It says it all. Maybe there's hope for, after all.
There is a dearth of voices coming from the Islamic world condemning fanaticism and its by products: violence, destruction and death. I realize that fear is a huge deterrent, no-one wants to be at the receiving end of a Fatwa (and those are issued like parking tickets), but until enough voices from that religion resoundingly condemn what Islam is wreaking on humanity, at large, on both Muslims and non-Muslims alike, it's only going to get progressively worse.
People like to claim that a few bad apples have hijacked the religion, but if that's the case, then the majority of Muslims need to become far more vocal about their opposition to terrorism. Clerics need to issue Fatwas against it. I just have to wonder if some of that 'silence' is more a result of sympathy and agreement, as opposed to fear. The Muslim world needs to find the humanity within themselves and their religion, and take a stand, before it's too late.