IIRC, there was a survey, that showed that about 10% of Muslims worldwide that agreed with Osama. Heck, thats 100 million targets right there..
It's hard to know. I talked to a Christian Iranian co-worker who left Iran after the Shah fell, and he told me that "yeah, we used to get along fine with the Muslims." "But what percentage would you characterize as 'fundamentalist'?" "Oh, about 60%." I couldn't figure that one out.
The Lebanese Christian I know, who travels back and forth frequently, said that they used to get along fine with the Mohammedans.
So what to think? I suspect that when attacked or under pressure as a group, the bulk of the wishy-washy Mohammedans will come down on the side of fundamentalism.
Mohammedans are notoriously difficult to evangelize. One of the few hopes I have for their conversion is the gradual weakening of theocratic controls by introducing democratic procedures, as we are doing in Iraq.
The thing I resent about so-called moderate Muslims (if there are truly such) is their absolute lack of condemnation of the terrorism and cruelty.
I know that it might be dangerous for them to do so, and that just reveals the depths of degradation of this religion.
But if they are truly the majority, why should they be so afraid? I wonder if they are truly the majority or if they fear their brother kneelers?