Weird. I'm white, gay, and I'd definitely call my self fairly liberal...buuut I'm also not a big fan of Islam--actually, all religious-minded thinking, but at least Christianity was forced due to an evolving, secular world to set aside its barbaric influences and become modernized. The difference is, Islam hasn't been dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st century as Christianity was.
Muslims in America represent the changing of the religion--within half a century, the majority of Islam in the western world will become much the same as Christianity--it'll be domesticated, setting aside its violent roots and creeds in favor of 'live and let live' mentality. Of course there will still be fundamentalists--as there are in every religion (Christians who say gays should be killed, Mormons who say Blacks are inferior beings due to their being neutral during the conflict between Jesus and Lucifer), but the place where we see the majority of people following the "jihadist" mindset, is in underdeveloped, technologically inferior, scientifically illiterate, socially regressive parts of the Middle East.
Generally however, my post is to send this message--that accusing "liberals" or "conservatives", "republicans" or "democrats"--or throwing people into boxes of labels like "white liberals" and "gay whites" and stuff like that, shows a very blind and ignorant view of the world, and the people within it. There are, of course, extremes on both sides of an issue (just like Fundamentalists of a religion), but the world is not black and white. Everything exists on a Spectrum. And because of that, to say "all" of any group, believes in something, is fundamentally in error, and does you no credit when you try to share your own point: if you can't even correctly identify whom you're accusing, how can anyone trust the data you're attempting to communicate? If even one person in your pool for targeting with accusations, doesn't belong there because they hold beliefs or positions contrary to your pre-conceived notion, then you're in error.
Anyway. Here in the United States, I'm far more scared of certain Christians than I am Muslims (though on a rational fear scale, I'm only maybe "2 out of 100" scared of Christians I meet on the street (that barely qualifies as 'slightly suspicious', so don't think I'm cowering every time I go outside), because Muslims aren't the ones trying to take away my rights and force me to kowtow to their inane, fantastical beliefs.