I think the headache boils down to: Muslim opinion-makers, such as radical/hard-line inclining clerics, politicians, and media establishment, are over-represented, while the voice of the silent majority, want nothing to do with ongoing violence and strife, is drowned out.
As of right now, I think the Arabs in the midst of the Arab Spring are in a difficult, even burdensome, predicament. If they either put up with or even embrace radical factions (very tempting, since the radicals are the most energetic in fighting against existing regimes), they will most likely end up with another round of dictatorship. Post-Shah Iran should be an object lesson: The Iranians ended replacing one dictatorship for another (oust the Shah, only to get screwed by theocrats!). Whatever happens to Post-Mubarak Egypt could have major repercussions, considering how Morsi is beginning to show dictatorial tendencies.
No, all terrorists are Muslims, but not all Muslims are terrorists. The media reserves the word terrorist for only Muslims nowadays. Other people, like the Batman Shooters, are labelled insane, pathological, etc., etc., but they aren't terrorists.
anyways no not all muslims are terrorist. not all terrorists are Muslim. but the terrorists who have been causing a lot of the problems recently are Muslims. or atleasst Psudo Muslim. I don't know. I doubt the Quaran says to destroy western values and something about 75 Virgins.