Or as Jay Michaels puts it at American Thinker:
It's really up to Muslims. If they're concerned about Islamophobia, they need to call off the jihad. They need to stop killing and persecuting non-Muslims. It won't be easy, because they've been doing it for 1500 years. But that's the solution.
Normal humans who are alive generally like to stay that way. It's part of the structural blessings embedded into human nature by the Creator who endows human beings with unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
This Creator, by the way, is not very "religious" (the way that term is dumbed-down and deployed these days) but rather welcomes discussion, the evaluation of evidence, listening to alternative viewpoints, and drawing real-world, publicly actionable conclusions that are rationally sound, evidentially supported, and existentially viable. It's a "test everything" mentality (I've written about here) and a free-thinker's paradise.
In matters of truth and humanness, the sharpest sword is the most dull of instruments. And the most accurate laser bullet misses by a mile.
To concerned Muslims, my suggestion: Stop killing, start thinking. It's the humane thing to do, and it has the verifiable Creator's seal of approval.