Britain's two million Muslims have been in the eye of the storm since the terrorist attacks on London underground system in 2005.
The sizable minority has vehemently condemned all terrorist attacks and offered full cooperation with police.
A recent Populus survey found a whooping 98 percent of British Muslims would feel shame if a family member decided to join Al-Qaeda.
That leaves 2%, or 4,000 Muslims that would not feel shame.
But who's keeping score?