It just seems like too many people are in a rush to "bomb Agrabah". It's like a mental shorthand I think I'll use for things like when a Sikh youngster is arrested because some other kid claims he has a bomb in his backpack, and then is held for three days. Maybe checking what's in his bag and calling his parents first thing is what you'd actually want to do in that situation--not bombing Agrabah. Maybe when a class lesson involves copying Arabian calligraphy, shutting down school in the whole county is kind of like "bombing Agrabah". Maybe firing a teacher for showing a movie about Nobel prize-winner Malala is making a decision to "bomb Agrabah".
Maybe it would make sense if people stopped to ask questions before coming to snap conclusions before they see the big picture. Like maybe asking who is liable to become an extremist and how they get radicalized, anyway. It would be a good start.