First, it is absolutely false that by quoting the Qur'an I'm talking about all Muslims. Like Christianity, Islam is divided in sub-groups who argue about the proper interpretation/application of particular verses. Sunni, Shia, and Sufi reach completely different emphasis. Then you have the sub-groups withing each one of those. Then you have the American version promoted through The Nation of Islam. Then you have the regional versions that incorporate folk elements into the practice of Islam, what in ethnographycal studies we call "Popular Islam." This is a phenomenon observable in all religions. So don't even pretend that quoting form the Qur'an implies criticism of all Muslims, that is unless you believe that all Muslims purposely target and kill other Muslims and bomb and destroy mosques simply because they do not follow their preferred version of Islam. Or that all Muslims believe that their religious chastity requires the circumcision of girls. Every religion has extremists, those who do not represent the full message of their parent religion. Pointing out where they derive their positions from their sacred text is not an indictment on the religion as a whole.
Now, answer me this. Is the sword (coercion, Jihad, holy War) an acceptable means of spreading the Muslim Faith? Yes or no? Did I misrepresent the content or meaning of surah 9:5? Yes or no? Do Muslims extremists emphasize surah 9:5 over other verses that call for tolerance and respect for the "People of The Book" like surah 29:46? Yes or no?
Islam is a beautiful religion with great traditions and art. It has the only sacred text to specifically demands from its followers tolerance toward other religions. The culture that develop from it gave the world great philosophy and mathematics. For centuries Muslims, Christian, and Jew could peacefully coexist in Muslim cities. But from its inception it also made clear that coercion (the sword) is an acceptable means for conversion. It also united financial, political, and religious power under one banner. These elements have allowed Islam to be used (or misused?) by those who seek political power. It's theology is rich, but sets God as a distant, unreachable God with whom man can't have a direct, personal relationship. This results in undeveloped concepts of forgiveness and hope. It is a beautiful religion, but I don't agree with it. If I did I would be a Muslim. I do respect it.
Now, you have spoken of Christianity in negative terms. What do you think of Christianity?