This is an article from Zia Haider Rahman, a writer and lawyer, in The Telegraph. It's worth reading and won't take long. Here is one short paragraph:
This work can only be done if British Muslims take responsibility for what is going on in their midst rather than persisting in pointing the finger of blame at external causes. Radicalisation might well owe something to a perceived culture of criticism of Islam, but a Muslim culture of victimhood will obscure the need for Muslims to take responsibility for those things that they - and they alone - can actually change.The article reiterates what we have said many times before; the responsibility to stop Islamic terrorism lies with Muslims, and only they can truly put an end to it.