When I give presentations I am often asked if I feel all Muslims are bad or evil people. To answer this it is vitally important to define who a Muslim is.
1. A Muslim believes Islam is the one and only true religion on earth.
2. A Muslim believes all aspects of Sharia law are essential for all mankind. A Muslim can't pick and choose which parts to abide by or to ignore. Sharia law must be adhered to and advocated at all times. Sharia law covers everything a Muslim does 24 hours a day. From simple things of how to eat, family, marriage and divorce, pray, when and how to kill non muslims, the hatred of Jews and Christians and sadly the legitimacy of marrying six year old girls and abusing them as their founder Mohammed did.
3. Physical jihad is mandatory. Unless sick, the Muslim must support or fight as a mujahadeen (fighter). They must be ready and willing to kill Jews and Christians anywhere and at anytime.
4. A Muslim must have in his heart the desire for an Islamic nation worldwide and by force when needed.
These are just a few examples of a Pure Muslim. There are many people affiliated with Islam who do not want the above. They want peace and safety for their families. These are good people but in accordance to Islam, these people are not Muslim, they are apostates of Islam and subject to death.
Islam does not allow for a person to be good. Can one be a good person and marry young children as Mohammed did? The answer is NO. A person who advocates for marrying or enslaving six year old innocent girls is not a good person. Their Prophet Mohammed married an innocent six year old girl and raped her for many years. All Muslims believe Mohammed is the perfect example for mankind to follow and support his marriage and abuse of children. If a Muslim condemns Mohammed he or she is automatically considered to be blasphemous and an apostate of Islam. Death is the punishment prescribed.
So I ask you. Can a person regardless of faith be considered good if they advocate killing innocent people and abusing children. The answer is no.