Here is your first response to me, in its entirety:
"Saying Islam is bad and saying all Muslims are terrorists are 2 different things.
If Islam leads only 1% of it's people to try to carry off or support terror attacks, it can make it justified to say that the religion is bad. It does not take majority or even a large percentage to make something bad.
If one Christian in a thousand killed a thousand non-believers, Christianity would be bad. Even though the number of bad Christians would only be .1%.
If I were to put a tiny cyanide capsule in an apple, would you argue that the vast majority of the apple is still okay to eat, or would you throw away the whole apple?"
This doesn't mention the notion of my point being out of place. It tries to justify the position that "Islam is bad." This was not apropos of my original statement, which was: It's not wrong to talk about the terrorists' faith, but it's wrong to use this example as an attack on others of the same faith who aren't terrorists. THAT point, in this thread, is both apropos and uncontroversial.