Lena Hassan writing for the Londron Free Press asks "Where is the moderate coverage?":
"There's the persistent and popular debate on the hijab and Muslim women in general. There are wars waged or threatened in Muslim countries such as Iraq and Iran and, most importantly, there are stories reporting atrocities committed by nominal Muslims.
When this last happens, Muslims, like everyone else, cry for the victims, feel anger toward the ones who committed the act and pray for justice to be served.
The voice of opposition to extremism is a roar within the Muslim community yet it's oddly translated to a whisper by the media.
We don't follow a religion that says it's OK to kill or commit suicide. We don't follow a religion that tells us to hate Christians and Jews. We don't follow a religion that is evil. We are not evil and should not be told to apologize for something we didn't do.
If you're not reading the Taipei Times regularly you may have missed an article reporting on imams denouncing bombing attacks.
If you're not watching New York's 24-hour newscast, you may not know that a coalition of more than 200 imams has formed to confront the dangers of extremism."
You can read the full article here.