Yeah.... a single person of a religion encompassing over a billion people on the planet. I don't see social media blowing up with the Muslim community in the western part of the world denouncing these attacks. When Dillon Roof happened, there were a lot of Christians that denounced him immediately and repeatedly. The point is that effective change for this extremism must come from within those communities.
The tide is turning, but people within those communities still feel fear of reprisal from within their culture for saying anything that could be construed as aligning with anti-Muslim stances. Those dangers shouldn't be summarily dismissed for those that are brave enough to take this stand.
I also stated that the media needs to do their part in accurately portraying these denouncements. What I see instead is the media propping up ridiculous caricatures of people rather than your average person.