And apart from crickets chirping, no one else is making any noise about it. Of course these students must be terrorists, since apparently the entire Islamic world is divided into two groups: terrorists who really don't represent Islam anyway, and the other 1.5 billion Muslims who never seem to do anything wrong. No doubt many Muslims would probably condemn such behavior. I would like to think so. Even if they didn't condemn it, there probably would be some who didn't approve. But the single biggest fact ignored in our modern debate is that between terrorists and Muslims who want to get along and live freely with their non-Muslim neighbors, is a large variety of Muslims, many of whom would never embrace terrorism, but think nothing of beating other religions or ideals into submission, or attacking them outright for not being Muslim. When we, including Muslims who want to live in peace, admit this, then the dialogue has a chance of producing real fruit. Until then, denial makes for bad solutions.
By the by, I know why there is silence. Despite the insistence of such notables as Rosie O'Donnell and Tavis Smiley, Christians aren't known for roaming the countryside, slaughtering and butchering their way through the human population. As such, there isn't too much of a security risk that Christians will rise up, burn embassies, blow up Mosques, and shoot Imams as a result of this action. Once again, our actions and reactions show what we really believe, as opposed to what we say we believe.