All these countries may not meet our standards of a free and democratic society, but they are not attacking us either, or posing too many diplomatic problems. In fact, at very least peaceful coexistence, usually even significant amount of trade is very well possible and common with these countries. That they are Muslim apparently doesn't make them any more aggressive towards us.
The problems that arise, especially with Iran and Syria, probably have more to do with their status as emerging regional powers, including proliferation, similar to the problem with North Korea (which obviously isn't Muslim). The problem in Pakistan (and other generally peaceful Muslim countries) is hardly a problem of their entire population being extremist and anti-Western, but with smaller extremist Muslim subgroups within these countries, that are hardly a majority and usually opposed by the Muslim establishment within these countries and their elites.
So I don't think Islam in general is violent or especially expansionist, in general. There are problems, yes, but I don't think they can be generalized.