Sorry but the very great difference is the numbers of murders done in the name of the two religions
You're totally ignoring history. Christians have more than their fair share of blood on their hands, in the name of their religion.
You're also ignoring the fact that such faith-based views continue to promote "murders" which are codified into law with capital punishment--murders carried out in the name of the state. The Bible Belt states--those with a higher percentage of fundamentalist and evangelical followers-- are also the Death Penalty Belt in terms of the number of executions.
The death penalty is largely a Bible Belt phenomena. 90% of the executions in this country are carried out in those states
And religious conservatives in those states remain staunch advocates of the death penalty, citing biblical law and practice to defend government-sanctioned killing.
And a disproportionate number of defendants who wind up on death row in the Southern states are black.
Still today, the combination of an African American defendant and a white victim is most likely to result in a death sentence. Rarely has it ever worked the other way around. In the southern so-called "Bible Belt", in cases like these, when a verdict was handed down against the black defendant, the people would periodically break down the prison doors, drag out the defendant and lynch him publicly-and this was done by many who are still alive today! And this was not just a few people. We're talking huge mobs.
The murderous consequences of more fundamentalist Christian "morality" are very much still with us. And they aren't just confined to the types that bomb abortion clinics or kill doctors who work in them, or who commit hate crimes against blacks and homosexuals or those of other religions.
I regard the barbarism of capital punishment as being among the continuing murderous consequences of these fundamentalist beliefs.
Phil Robertson is just one example of the Bible Belt breed.