The United Nations is not the appropriate venue to seek change to Islamic extremism. In a battle of ideologies, one must not pursue political solutions, nor even military ones, but competing ideology options that are better for providing solutions. This means that Muslims need to provide a non-extreme version of their ideology. They need to offer it as a competing option, and sell it to their own people. Unfortunately, the extremist minority of Islam has been well funded and more active than the moderate form of Islam since the ending of worldwide Communism as a competing ideology. They have been completely successful in one revolution (Iran) and partially successful in others (Iraq, Egypt, Syria). . Until a moderate form of Islam, one that does not seek to kill Christians and Jews, is successful in capturing the imagination of the faithful, asymmetrical warfare (of which terrorism is one method) will be used as they compete with western countries for ideological dominance. You will see Islam becoming a religion of peace (as it is intended) when the countries where Islam is the official religion are eschewing violence, seeking peace, and entering into treaties with Christian and Jewish nations. When this happens, their economies will thrive, and their lands will be blessed by the One true God.
There is no such thing as "Islamic Terrorism" It's just plan terrorism. and don't be afraid USA is doing their best! Can't you see that the Middle east is barely holding on together as there is war everywhere there. Thanks you USA and many other Arab GOV it's none stopping to serve their needs. Let me translate the word "Islam" to you it means "PEACE" who ever did what they did in 9/11 weren't muslims and you can do your reserches to know for a fact that it was an inside job and the start of what they call "Islamic Terrorism" I know you may not believe all this and ignore it but i said what i have to say from the heart and one day you might remember these words and think" Ohh she said something like that" Have a great time believing the media.