"Cairo attack: Muslims are often first victims of Muslim terrorists"-"not surprising nor unexpected, altruists main function is to make sure adherents stick to the message"
It has escaped your attention the ‘good’ of a culture create the altruists and provide the method by which the ‘few’ will, not may, carry out their ‘true believer’ cultural assigned work otherwise the ‘few’ would never exist along with their particular cultural method.
Proof, as clearly it is required, never after this point can you claim “I was not provided with the means to see my error.”
It is my view the relative level of violence a culture prescribes for its altruists to keep its adherents to message is directly proportional to the combined reticence of Other to accept the 'Truth' and propensity of adherents to renege on the cultural ethic-belief social/political cultural model.
As with most social systems there is some underlying resource-psychological access-benefit which makes such an investment in violence worthwhile, despite the horror for the culture concerned and against those unfortunate enough to have such a culture in their midst or on their borders.
Existent have to be identifiable combined cultural child-adult development processes and sacred codex schemas which will engender the required cultural prejudice, bigotry, culture of victimhood, heightened violent reactivity, and psychological return to create just enough altruists walking from the 'good' cultures floors to do what the altruists are culturally designed for.
Envariably a culture only create 'the few', as being an altruists in most cases is an expensive hobby, particularly if losing one life in the process albeit for a place in a promised paradise resides within the schema and more importantly only 'the few' in most cases are required as the method the culture justifies and authorises the altruists to utilise is fit for purpose.
Not all cultures inherently prescribe violence as a method to resolve significant ethic-value-belief social/political method differences, some cultures due to combined sacred codex constructs and exemplar behavior have been able to move away from violence as a primary method of conflict resolution, some are not able to due to the fact there exist no powerful enough combined sacred codex constructs and exemplar behavior to enable them to do so-you therefore have to remove the cultures sacred codex constructs and exemplar behavior templates from societal space or continue to bear the brunt of the cultures violent altruists and watch as they continue to harm themselves as well.
"I don't care if my wife and child go hungry, I don't care if they die of hunger, for me nothing matters more than the honour of my Prophet," Riaz Shah, a labourer from Lahore who has been at the sit-in since it began, told AFP."
Pakistan protests grow as military stays silent, AFP News, Gohar ABBAS, David STOUT, 26 November 2017
Flawed Justice After a Mob Killed an Afghan Woman, New York Times, by Pulitzer Prize winner ALISSA J. RUBIN, DEC. 26, 2015
"In AD 627, Muhammad committed an atrocity against the last remaining major tribe of Jews in Medina: the Qurayza.
Egypt attack: IS flags carried by gunmen, say officials, BBC, 25 November 2017
"The white banner at the top of the (IS) flag reads: “There is no god but Allah [God]. Mohammad is the messenger of Allah.” This phrase is a declaration of faith used across Islam, and is known as the shahada."
Isis flag: What do the words mean and what are its origins?, Independent, Kashmira Gander, Monday 6 July 2015
You seriously believe a person has an unreasonable fear if this culture enters their space, they espouse an opinion the members of such a culture must not be allowed to enter their space, or the culture must be prevented from utilising Muhammad and the Quran as templates for their culture's behavior? Ever heard of Pathological Altruism?
If a family, community, culture can do this to each other of what value not only to the members themselves but those surrounding who inevitably have to pay the price is the continuing value of having such families, communities and cultures in your midst?