Yes I agree the western media has been biased often representing Islam, Muslims, Arabs as terrorists in movies<quoted text>Yes, every community should be treated fairly and if you happen to vilify one then do so with the rest otherwise refrain from showing any particular community in a bad light on screen.
In an intellectual debate, however, the pros and cons of each faith or scripture or prophet or community can be analyzed in depth as a way of getting at the truth in an impartial manner.
I remember in the film back to the future the Libyan terrorists... So even back then the USA had a gripe with Qaddafi and this was represented in that particular movie. There are also many other examples.
I was however pointing out that I have come across people / media vilifying Jews and stereotyping them, which is also just as immoral.
Unfortunately I have observed that films / TV and the news have had a somewhat detrimental affect on a persons ability to judge a community on face value, rather than a stereotype.
Call it a form of brainwashing if you wish, there was a rather disturbing documentary I watched on YouTube which recounted nazi Germany and the propaganda campaigns used to vilify and justify the awful acts towards the Jews and Roma people ....
It's just scary that people can be so easily manipulated still to this day
Same goes for Muslims who radicalise themselves and feel it is quite acceptable to launch a hateful campaign against innocent people....I'm sorry but that is not the true Islam
So you see generalisation can be a very dangerous habit we should actively encourage others not to participate as such