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Stereotypes will always be there, so even if they show what Islam truly is, there will still be many people who will think Islam is about extremism. It is getting done, and muslims are spreading their true religion(It is the fastest spreading religion in the world). It is not impossible and with the work of spreading the word, it can get done, and one part of the history of religious inequality will be over with, but since human nature is as it is, there will always be more, and people will find something else to misinterpret.
I think romantic love is an illusion, temporary madness and fades away. Does that change the whole meaning of love this world talk about?
They have no power on the religious extremists. In any sort of organization, religious or not, if a branch is formed with people sharing radically different views, that branch goes on by itself and the root will have few if no powers over it, unless they come to an agreement. In the case of Islam, disagreements are often classically political, but also frequently on the interpretation of the sacred sculptures, especially from the Hadith, since it's not considered to be *the words of God*, unlike the Qur'an. (For instance, the 72 virgins that many people thinks all Muslims are going for is in the Hadith, not the Qur'an, and some are not even sure if it's virgins that are being talked about) (Note: I am not Muslim, so any Muslim correct me if I'm wrong)