If you're looking for Christian charity toward Muslims, don't look to Rev. Pat Robertson or his Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). Robertson subscribes to Robert Spencer's view that Islam is, in its essence, violent and irrational. He describes (700 Club, 8/29/06) Osama bin Laden as a true disciple of the Quran "because he's following through literally word-for-word what it says."
Robertson tells viewers of his signature CBN show, the 700 Club, that Islam is "not a religion" but a "worldwide political movement...meant to subjugate all people under Islamic law" (6/12/07). At the same time, he claims Islam is a "bloody, brutal type of religion" (4/28/06) whose followers only "deal with history and the truth with violence" and "don't understand what reasoned dialogue is" (9/25/06).
When cartoons that portrayed Muhammad negatively sparked protest among Muslims, Robertson announced (3/13/06): "These people are crazed fanatics, and I want to say it now: I believe it's motivated by demonic power. It is satanic and it's time we recognize what we're dealing with."
Robertson is not ranting that his enemies are possessed by demons on a street corner; his soapbox is a world-wide television syndicate reaching 200 countries and 97 percent of U.S. television markets (CBN.com). His show also serves as a platform for other Islamophobes (e.g., Robert Spencer, 9/21/06; Daniel Pipes, 4/9/03).