@Catogrande you must be new to the Fern, bringing facts and stats to the debate... sheesh.
Anyway I would counter some of that with:
Indonesia is a fucking basket case of a country, with massive restrictions on the media and freedom of speech - particularly when it comes to West Papua. Not sure I'd be holding them up as a poster child for Islam.
India only has a large Muslim population because India's population is fucking massive. They're 80% Hinduism so I'd probably scratch them off the list as parts of Sharia Law are unlikely to be applied widespread given they are not Muslim majority.
When four atheist bloggers are hacked to death in Bangladesh and the governments response is not to denounce the attacks, but rather tell bloggers to use more restraint in their exercise of free speech, I'm not sure we can say they don't have some pretty serious human rights issues inspired by Islam.
Look, we're getting pretty wide in our discussion now and I wouldn't claim for a second that all of the problems in these countries are down to Islam alone, it's more complex then that with various socio-economic factors at play, but it does play a significant role in some of the worst practices you see.
I think we largely agree with each other, and unfortunately neither of us have really come up with any tangible solutions to the problem - my only one being waging a "war of words" via freedom of speech as we have with Christianity. But as @gollum says you can bet your bottom dollar that it won't be a politician that comes up with the answer...