I feel that I should make some entries here in this discussion... being a Baha'i. Baha'is as you know have largely been suppressed in Iran but even after a century of suppression we Baha'is bear no ill will toward Islam or Muslims... I think this is largely due to our respect for the religion of Islam and Prophet Muhammad from our beginnings. We do not attack Islam or cast aspersions at Islam. I noted in the "debate" video certain verses were taken from the Qur'an in a sort of quote mining exercise without respect for any context of these verses.. You can also find verses in the Qur'an that recognise the dispensations of Judaism and Christianity and allow for Christians, Jews to practise their religions. You can find verses in the Qur'an that support defensive wars as well as fair treatment of prisoners. Islam has also in my view made important contributions to Western civilisation in science, medicine and university education over the centuries. The use of terrorism and rape as a strategy is in my view un-Islamic and really has no justification in the Qur'an or historicIslamic standards... Terrorism is really the resort of those who have lost respect to begin with and are clamoring for a short lived burst of fear. More over it is the Muslims themselves who have suffered greatly from these attacks...I believe what we are seeing is a resurgence of long held religious and sometimes racial prejudices against Islam and Muslims. One of the best ways to deal with these prejudices in my view is to actively participate and collaborate with inter-faith activities in your community. We have an Interfaith Council in my city that is composed of Muslim, Jewish and Christian representatives and that's where you can work togetehr on a community level to dispel many of the myths and xenophobic reactions people are expressing today.