BarryChuckleKonr m8 you realise the Bible is also full of heinous, contradictory, warmongering, gay-hating, heathen-stoning backwards shit right? Yet you don't have religious Christian extremists committing these acts of terror today. What people are suggesting is that there are perhaps cultural, social, economic, historical and geopolitical factors at work here. Perhaps the reasons for this shit, and therefore the solutions to it, are slightly more nuanced than "Islam = bad, Quran = bad."
Like clockwork someone has to respond with whataboutism whenever someone criticises Islam. Yes, the Bible says some awful stuff as well but as you say yourself there aren't constant terror attacks being done by Christians right now and there has been a lot of reformation in their faith which means that most of them don't even take anything seriously in their scripture. There are also new and old testament in the Bible which some feel effectively sets a new precedence for how to act anyway, and nowhere in the Bible does it say it's unalterable or the direct word of God.
Of course there are many other factors are work here, but you cannot tell me that because of that the factor of the actual scripture/religion itself has sweet fuck all to do with it. It's not only a factor but the very thing that they use as reason for their actions. Whether it's only about the thing I mentioned or not, why do people like you have such a bad taste in your mouth after reading someone criticising the doctrine of Islam and pointing to clear motivation behind extremist actions without even needing to take scripture out of context but are completely okay with saying the same shit about Catholicism? Why is Islamophobia a thing on it's own while no other religion has anything of the sort? Why is it exempt from criticism?