Have you read the UN Development Report on the Arab world? It's written by an invited, but independent and rather pluriform group of Arab intellectuals from around the region. As such, it does not present the "European view" itself, but it is one that most European actors you reference have embraced in interest if not unanimous approval. It is simultaneously very brave in its uncompromising criticisms of not just the current Arab governments, but systemic flaws in current Muslim/Arab society and culture (especially in the first parts) - and representative of an approach highly different from that espoused by the neoconservatives in the US (especially in the last parts). (Consequently, the poor authors have of course incurred the wrath of both their own governments, the Muslim fundamentalists and
the US - which I would consider a recommendation.)
As for myself, I have made the case you ask for several times at length on these forums (including in some posts you praised yourself, I seem to remember), so I won't take up your invitation to go through the moves again. I do recognize that your views are generally consistent enough to be easily summarised in a mid-sized post of a roughly similar mould that successfully encapsulates the prior arguments, but mine don't seem to work quite that way. I remember, however, an interesting discussion with IronLionZion on democracy and the Arab world and how best to combat the threat of Islamist extremism in the context of the problems you signal in, I believe, the Guantanamo ("Camp Xray") thread, from page 17 or so onwards; and several on the Roundtable discussions I joined, notably this one
on the origins of terrorism (from page 2 onward). But most practically, perhaps, I apparently summarized some of what I said in both those threads on this specific topic in this post
on Adrian's How do you win a "War On Terror"?
thread, continuing the discussion from there.