The OP raises the issue of "Islam". By doing that he sets up a "universe of discourse" which by definition must
focus on that particular religion.
By attempting to negate that focus you are basically telling the OP he was wrong to even raise "an issue". But only a fool would argue that there is no issue with "Islam" given the current nature of world events. It is a truism to say that the majority of Muslims are law abiding "good" people, but when it comes to general attitudes
to the majority culture, there are other truisms
which can validly be considered to be problematic. In the same sense, we can validly argue that Catholicism has exacerbated problems of over-population or AIDS in the third world, or that Zionist expansionism has undermined the moral high ground that some Jews felt they occupied, post-holocaust.
None of these arguments can be called "racist" or "prejudiced". They are merely statements of sociological truisms which we may be tempted to sweep under the carpet for "expediency".