Welcome to AMTV -- and thank you for posting on such an important and overlooked topic. I'll preface my response by saying that I live in a part of the UK with a large Muslim population. I've had Muslim friends throughout my life, both from school days and throughout my working life. I'm not religious, but I'm fairly well read in both Eastern and Western philosophy. I also have a keen interest in history.
Now, to address some of the points you made:
1) You're absolutely right to point out the very deliberate divide and rule strategy being carried out by various parties (Neo-Cons, Zionists, political parties, different media groups serving different agendas, etc). This is something I became fully aware of when I read the works of the Islamic scholar David Livingstone, more specifically his book 'Terrorism and the Illuminati' ( http://www.conspiracyschool.com/terrorism-and-illuminati )
As clearly outlined in that book, as well as others written by the same author, there is a lot of hatred being nurtured against Muslims by elite controlled groups with a vested interest in seeing different strands of society divided and fighting against each other. Sadly, division through hatred is the fastest route to popularity and power and it will take a lot to turn the tide of hate.
2) I believe that no religion or idea is above criticism (including ideas like atheism and agnosticism). I'm also a strong believer in civil discourse, using reason and logic without resorting to personal attacks. One of the biggest issues with this digital era that we live in, is that every Tom, Dick and Harry pretends to be an expert on things that they know very little about. This is especially the case when people discuss a religion like Islam. I'm not an expert, but I know Islam is extremely complex and multi-layered. Sadly, I see a lot of uniformed individuals, who happen to have media influence (Paul Joseph Watson, Alex Jones, Milo, etc) passing judgement on Muslims and Islam as if they are scholars on Arabic and the Koran. More importantly, I believe Muslims at large are being unfairly branded by those media outlets as evil human beings, regardless of individual differences of character, or ideological and spiritual differences within Islam itself.
3) There is a general ignorance of historical and religious complexity -- not just with Islam, but with Christianity and Judaism too. In my view, this ignorance is at least one of the sources of the hatred against Islam. I doubt if anyone from the Alex Jones/PJW/Stefan Molyneux crowd can read or write Arabic, or have a thorough understanding of the origins and history of Islam at a scholarly level, or are even aware that there exist groups that incorporate ideas from all of the Abrahamic faiths -- For example, the Druze people ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Druze ). This is a problem that can only be solved through long and patient re-education, something most people don't have the time for.
4) Not a single person among the Muslims that I know personally have any hatred for the West. I'm sure that terrorist groups like ISIS do have 'genuine' hate-filled recruits but thankfully I've never personally met any of them. I think it's crucially important to realise why groups like ISIS exist -- ISIS is funded and controlled by deep state power structures from within the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey. Understanding the mechanics of ISIS is key to understanding why some Muslims might feel disillusioned with the acts of our supposedly freedom loving Western nations. I'm also convinced that many of the haters of Muslims lack a deeper understanding of the Hegelian dialectic that led to the 9/11 attacks and similar false flag events that have been carried out throughout Europe and the western world. Educating the masses on this and similar issues is a crucial starting point.
5) I don't for one second buy into the BS mainstream narrative of "all Muslims = terrorists" nonsense, because I've factually observed this to be false in my personal life and in my everyday interaction with people who identify themselves as Muslim. Equally nonsensical is the idea that Muslims don't denounce violent actions carried out in the name of Islam. In fact all the Muslims I personally know refuse to see terrorists as 'Islamic' in any way. Mainstream media has of course framed a very one sided narrative that focuses only radicalized individuals without examining the causes, and tries to reduce everything to 'good guys versus bad guys' -- These are all things that need to be challenged and reflected upon more deeply.
6) AMTV is one of the few media groups that isn't afraid of confronting and honestly discussing the things I mentioned above. Not once have I heard them speak ill of Islam or indiscriminately encourage hatred towards any group or demographic just to get more video hits, unlike some other media groups I know. If AMTV had fallen into the InfoWars/PJW/Milo trap, I would have unsubscribed from here a long time ago. In this community, you will find plenty of empathy and a willingness to understand things at a deeper level -- something rare and refreshing among online communities today.
PS -- I Hope you'll stick around and help educate myself and others on some of these issues.