Harry7785 saidFor people who wonder why the hatred and wrath by Muslims towards Americans is increasing rather than decreasing despite your country's efforts.
This video may help you understand.
Honestly, it goes back much further than who bombed who first. And I'm not writing this to excuse injustice or wrong-doing by any power:
We (as in the First-World powers of North America and Europe) have been mucking about in the Middle East and Persia) since the fall of the Ottoman Empire.
This was more or less a filling of a vacuum of power that had crouched at Europe's southeastern corner for nearly five centuries that had at times seized and held lands as far west as Vienna.
Islam, or rather, one of its particular mandates, Jihad, has been applied throughout most of Islam's history in a narrowly scoped manner of either outright extirpation of kufar
nations (unbelievers/infidels) or their enslavement as dhimmis.
The basic idea was practiced by the Ottoman caliphs, and continues in the doctrine of the extremist Salafi and Wahabi sects is that the world must come under the military control of the caliphate, or the Dar-al-Islam
(the House of Submission), in order to subjugate the rest of the outside non-Islamic world, the Dar-al-Harb
(House of War).
Islamic apologists would have us believe that jihad is merely an internal struggle against selfish passions and wrong-doings, but I'm inclined to believe that the "religion of peace" has demonstrated that it generally does not take the nobler road of passive resistance and loving one's neighbour (for this is not a core part of Islamic teaching as it is in Judaism and Christianity).
Much more evidently, Islam is the "Religion of Pieces" of innocent peoples' body parts torn asunder by suicide bombers and many other human rights abuses.
Especially against LGBT peoples, who should be among the last to take up a discourse in support of such barbarous and murderous expressions of faith.