That's another reason why we here in the US treat them differently. "Yeah, I'll take a big gulp slurpie and $10 on pump #5"
No class I know...
Look at the past season of 24. The basic premise is a arabian family that looks normal on the outside, but is actually the mastermind of a terrorist plot to kill thousands of Americans. When me and my family first saw it, we thought to ourselves that it's totally believable. The muslim community then made a hissy fit to put on a 1 minute segment before each show saying that this is make believe and does not reflect the muslim community here in the US. Yup, I feel bad for the truely innocent ones, but you really can't tell who are the good and who are the bad.
An example: The professor in Florida who first appeared on CNN saying he had nothing to do with terrorists, but is now arrested for funding them
How about the news talking about soldiers trashing their Koran bible, but burning a US flag is low on the priority list