Common recurring theme - Someone attempts / carries out an atrocity in the name of Islam. Everybody mounts the outrage bus and gets all worked up. People who like to consider themselves as tolerant quickly point out it's only a very small minority of extremists etc etc. Where does the moral high ground actually lie though? I have no idea of the stats and I guess it's unquantifiable but - I'd hazard a guess that only a tiny proportion of drink drivers are actually involved in accidents. It is fact though that drink drivers do cause accidents. We have no qualms about castigating ALL drink drivers, regardless of whether they are involved in accidents or are merely caught over the limit. Sven & Ashie will quickly point out something about Irish terrorism or some obscure Christian sect's antics in the deep south of the USA. That is like comparing apples to Oranges though as they do not represent a growing global school of thought. We turned down the squelch on our tolerance of drink driving / gun ownership and a whole host of other things. Is it not time to apply the same logic to ALL religions as a whole with regards to profiling at airports, visa control and various other things?