Some people require an enemy to make their ideology work. The vast majority of Muslims do not commit or support mass-murder. The task of terrorist organizations is to recruit and indoctrinate soldiers. But most Muslims are not soldiers. For these ideologues, most Muslims (those who get along with their neighbors) are a problem for their holy war narrative. So part of the purpose in committing mass-murder is to create global Islamophobia and thus alienate moderate Muslims from their western neighbors. In other words, acts of terror are designed to create enemies in the West. Hate speech by Christians is therefore an ideological victory for those who promote holy war. Groups that promote holy war need an enemy and they want Christians to see Islam and Muslims as a singular and generalized enemy. Consider this statement from a recent ISIL publication: "There is no grayzone in this crusade against the Islamic State . . . . The world has split into two encampments, one for the people of faith, the other for the people of disbelief, all in preparation for the final great war." This is, of course, a lie. But acts of hate speech by Christians against Muslims contribute to this false narrative.
I would challenge you to ask yourself a question before you post something that promotes Islamophobia on social media. Ask yourself: do I need an enemy? I hope that your answer is always no. But if you must have an enemy, consider this: "You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy.’ But I say to you, Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you."