Well that is a worthy cause. No Islam most certainly is not terrorism. Yet it is clear that the Islamic world view IS more conducive to terrorism and I think the main reason is that its support for a theocratic forms of goverment makes Islam a more useful tool for power than world views that do not support theocratic forms of government.
My point is not that there is anything inherently wrong or evil in Islam itself, but that it is rightly on trial in the court of world public opinion right now where it must prove that it is compatable with the principles of tolerance and religious liberty, which is fundmentally opposed to that of theocratic government. If cannot be compatable with tolerance and religious liberty then it is inevitable that the rest of the world must ultimately refuse to tolerate it.
Now I do think that Islam is no less compatable with religious liberty than many forms of Christianity. It has a fine historical tradition of tolerance, but just like these less tolerant form of Christianity there is maturity to be gained and attitudes to be changed.