That seems weirdly confrontational and to have come out of nowhere...I didn't get that impression at all. Are you really this touchy about having your faith questioned?
Alexander, Jews have a long history of being abused by other religions. That resentment dies hard. Though Judaism arguably had one of its richest eras under Spanish Muslims, they were not treated as "equals". Now you have a large part of the Muslim world at odds with Jews and Israel. The rhetoric can be poisonous and there are Muslims who violently act on these things. It begs the question of Rose: what do you think of Muslim radicalism? Do you see this as a severe problem for the Muslims? How do you feel when Westerners characterize Islam as a violent religion? Is this characterization wholly false?
Many educated Jews are sincerely scared of Islam. Secular scholarship around the world does not always seem strong among the Arabs. It can be hard to get a tack on moderate Muslims. Surely they exist in numbers but what is their relationship to the poisonous rhetoric? How do they confront the problems of literacy and education in the Arab world?