I took the time to go through your three answers.
- They are poorly sourced, as was pointed out in a comment.
It might have been okay if you stated unambiguous and unchallenged facts. It is not in this case.
Example of ambiguity:
"about 20% (of muslims) support terrorism".
By which poll/study ? Which terrorist group do they support ? It is not unthinkable that they have a stronger support when polling about the hezbollah than for boko haram for instance. You cannot just pull this out of thin air.
A few links that might help you. If you use these, be accurate. This one for instance states an understanding of the "feelings and motivations" of the 7/7 attackers from 20% of british muslims, but a disapproval of the act by 99% of them. You can for instance use this to support that there is not enough counter-terrorism speech in some places. Not that 20% of british muslims are potential terrorists.
Example of challenged fact:
"about 20% (of muslims) support terrorism"
Let us assume you are right. This fact will be challenged in:
muslim theocracies who need the favors of western countries for some reasons, and don't want to be viewed as ennemies (military aid, sanctions lifting, ...)
muslim majority authocracies fearing an uprise of some islamic group (this case can be merged with the previous one)
muslim minority countries, including most of the west, where for instance organisations against extra vetting of muslims will probably tune it down, while those in favor of extra vetting of muslims will probably tune the percentage up.
This leaves very little places with a non-emotional view on the matter. Hence the need of a study to support it.
It is not like if you stated the USSR was leading the communist block during the cold war and...
Example of plainly wrong fact. Here is a passage from a source you quoted (extensively)
it is everyday Muslims who discriminate against, persecute, enslave, rape and murder Christians almost every day in Pakistan.
Apart from the drama or rethoric (see 2.), you picked this from a forum with very little peer review. Which explains the erronerous facts. The majority of pakistani muslims does not take part in the enslaving of pakistani christians. Apart from the errors, this also poorly informed, there are a few places in the muslim world where slavery is still practiced, although illegal (Sinai, Mauritania, Libya, ISIS-controlled places, ...).
Picking such a source just makes us less likely to believe anything you write.
- Another element from your answers that have no place on Stackexchange, the drama. Here is a sample from one of your answers :
What would you do to change the politic in your country?
I am not judging the quality of the rethoric, but rethoric does not have any place here.