I expect nothing more from Muslim extremist than I do of racist or man chauvanist. Each takes pre-conceived notions and them into hateful rhetoric to promote their cause. It's only after such people have been re-educated or die-off do things begin to change.That is what Bush referred to as "The soft bigotry of lowered expectations", though that bigotry isn't always so soft. It seems you really don't expect much from Muslims.
You should remember that Muslims in Libya helped recover the bodies of our fallen Americans and are now fighting back against anti-American rebels and anti-American terror groups.
As for my expectation of Muslims, I don't spend a whole lot of time worrying about what members of another religious group or society does or how they live their lives thousands of miles across the oceans. I have plenty to keep me busy right here in my own backyard. My hope is that someday the duly elected leaders of these countries come to realize that the fate of their people rest in personal empowerment and NOT what outside influences direct their lives based on the policies of another country. Muslims with anti-American views need to come to the realization that America, though a powerful and influencial nation, doesn't hold their future in their hands. THEY DO! - or rather the nation's citizens. As such, they have to choose between a live of violence and a life or relative peace where their voices are heard not from terrorist acts broadcast around the world but rather by their demans of their governments to lead their people and provide opportunities for them to propser, grow and expand.
It's not until the "quite citizens" stand up and speak in one loud voice against the violence of Mulsim extremism and the corruption of governments will Muslim nations begin to move away from tyranny and into prosperity and peace.