All good points. What you’re saying is that Christians are suffering persecution right now. Mild political persecution here in America and terrible persecution in some parts of the world, often at the hands of Muslims. There are two ways to go with that. We can persecute back in retaliation, or we can be bigger than them and not do to them what we hate in them doing to us. Which direction would Jesus choose? I think we know the answer.
I am not saying we be doormats. If there is injustice and we can stop it by whatever means, I am all for it. But just having a generalized hate for Muslims makes no more sense than radical Muslims’ generalized hate of us.
I see it kind of like Genesis 18, Abraham pleading for Sodom. Not all Muslims are radical. It seems to be a minority. So to paraphrase, "Suppose there are fifty righteous Muslims; will You indeed sweep them away for the sake of the fifty righteous who are in it?… And of course Abraham goes on to bargain The Lord down to sparing Sodom for the sake of only 10 righteous men.
There are righteous Muslims and I would forego hating them all for the sake of those righteous ones. The radical ones, however, would get no mercy from me at all.