I've seen a few. I don't think you are -- especially, I think you're interested in learning more -- but I'd say there are a few who are pretty much just plain anti-Muslim.
Note, there have been the Muslim wackos here who haven't made things easier for those of us who keep saying variations of "Yes, there are plenty of reasonable, moderate Muslims", and there were understandable bad reactions to those guys.
This is sort of weird. I didn't think you were talking about me--yet I see the especially
... I shall come out with my opinion and see what happens. If I have my terms wrong, someone tell me.
I am not anti-Muslim. A Muslim is a person.
I recently had a virulent, acidic disagreement with a Christian. Does that make me anti-Christian?
I AM anti-Islam. Although the Koran and Hadiths have some kind and loving passages, it also has passages that condone cruelty and murder, and they aren't condoned by a "Paul character" or some unknown writer, but they are attributed directly to Mohammad. This IMO is why so many adherents of Islam are violent and moreso, why they feel justified in their violence.
However, each person --just as in racism, or any other form of stereotype--deserves consideration as an individual. If you meet each Muslim person as an individual, you are not anti-Muslim, even if you have serious criticisms of their faith.
Like everyone else, I hope, I make my decision about each individual, based on who they reveal themselves to be, their content, not their label.