Well, ya see it's like this. And I'll type slow so that you may more easily follow the gist of my reply:
Timothy McVeigh may very well have been a devote Christian, but I simply don't know. Christians, however, did not band together and finance his infamy. I really can't remember the hat being passed to send Timmy to Oklahoma and blow the biggest building he could find to smithereens, but moslems the world over DID finance the fellows who hijacked those airplanes.
So then; on one hand we have a deadly plot to kill as many Americans as possible, financed by the leaders and followers of a religion, who, by the way, have declared war upon us. After succeeding, their AVOWED aim in raising their mosque/moslem civic/learning center...which is broadcast all over the moslem world on a daily basis, mind you...is to declare victory over America and portray American leaders as being impotent.
On the other hand, there was a nutcase who mixed some fertilizer and diesel fuel, then used it to destroy a building. As previously stated, McVeigh acted on his own, as there does not appear to be any proof that the Pope or any Christian religious leader sent his best wishes. And when that building in Oklahoma went down, Christians and their churches donated millions of dollars to help those whose lives were destroyed by the blast.
Christianity has come a long way since the Middle Ages. Christians are usually the first ones to pitch in when the going gets tough. Moslems, to my knowledge, didn't offer a penny to help the victims of 9/11, but they DID dance in their streets the world over while celebrating the atrocity.
So the answer is an easy one. One of the jobs of a Christian is to help anyone who is need of help. The job of a moslem is to kill anyone who is not a moslem, will not become a moslem, speaks of islam in any way, shape or form, and dares to mention the prophet.
If you can't see the difference then you need psychiatric help, and pronto.