It's no wonder people's feelings are running high after such an atrocity. My heart aches for the young man, his family and their unbearable pain AND the parents of the killers. Everyone is trying to make sense of this, and many are frightened. But it is inappropriate and cruel to tarnish millions of peace-loving people with the same evil brush.
Im glad Im not a muslim reading your words Popeye - I have reported you to the moderators (I dont wish to be anonymous about this). Calling good people who are trying to grapple with this morons, stupid etc is way out of order. If you cant make your points without being insulting, then your points are clearly not strong enough in themselves.
Videos of rape, references to muslim gangs who rape and traffic is a way to ratchet up islamophobia - it is happening all the time in the media. But this doesn't only happen within Islamic culture. The media's focus on muslims detracts from what happens in all cultures including white British (I used to work with survivors of childhood sexual abuse and torture - all white).
The problem of extremist mosques and the ideological targetting of young men needs sorting - its dreadful, frightening, and as we've just seen has unspeakable consequences, but your approach will not work, and will merely alienate peaceful muslims, including those with lung disease who may be reading this blog.