You have taken a circuitous route to your "real issue," and one that passed through criticizing Christians.
When a group of nuns established a convent near the site of a Nazi concentration camp, some Jewish leaders expressed concern. In response, the Pope asked the nuns to find a new site for their convent.
When a group of Muslims announced they were building a Mosque at Ground Zero in NY, some New Yorkers expressed concern. In response, the Imam accused them of islamaphobia, and vowed to erect the mosque.
Who exactly are the "prominent" Republicans who you assert are guilty of your charges?
How many Muslims have been pulled off planes because of hysterical passengers. Presumably you have details of this event which you can provide.
Muslim-Americans should not suffer one whit from prejudice, but neither should Jews, Sikhs, Mormons, or Gays...but they do.
There is a very large difference between the bigoted actions and words of ignorant individuals and governmental policy that actually codifies such bigotry.
Sharia codifies such bigotry.
Anti-Sharia laws are intended to prevent the adoption of Sharia. One would think you would be in favor of them since you insist you are repulsed by all religious extremists.
Anti-Sharia laws are not Jim Crow for Muslims.
Of all the many problems we have in this country, persecution of Muslim-Americans is low on the list of the biggest. This is not to say that such persecution should be accepted, but you, once more, exaggerate it's scope.