In what way Islam connects to the terrorist attacks and how does it influence other Muslims?
One could give a calendar of numerous terrorist acts, with the participation of those who claimed to be Muslims. The biggest attack was on September 11, 2011, at the World Trade Center in New York. Europe was terrified by more attacks, including a series of terrorist attacks on trains that took place on March 11, 2004, in Madrid or three explosions in the subway and one explosion in a city bus that took place in central London in the UK. Terrorist attacks, often of a suicidal nature, hit people moving by public transport, e.g. in the subway. The media’s power of destruction and spectaculars strengthened the power of attacks. Without apologizing to Islam, however, it must be stressed in this place that all Muslims living in the world cannot be assessed through the prism of terrorist activities. Their number exceeded 1.8 billion believers, which means that there are more than Catholics, but still less than all Christians. Pars pro Toto (“Part of the whole”) is a very serious mistake in judging others, not only logical but existential. On the basis of the actions of “one terrorist”, one can not conclude that everyone without exception in their environment is terrorists.