I hate to be possibly playing devil's advocate (almost as much as I hate using that phrase) but I kind of like the idea of me being thought of as a terrorist in the eyes of an islamic country.
Here is why: Basically that isn't muslim is a terrorist to them. Seem familiar to anyone? *cough cough* The U.S.'s view on islamic countries *cough cough* (or at least most of the U.S.'s view from what I've seen in media and conservative view) I know that not every muslim is a terrorist. I know a lot of people in islamic countries don't even like all that violence. I've talked to them via social networks. And while I know that a lot of people are peaceful folk, I can now officially relate to another culture on a whole extra level. Because now, the same way this country generalizes their islamic countries for being terrorists, they are calling us terrorists for having beliefs, or in our case for being atheist, lack of belief that challenges their beliefs.
We are now 2 countries that are calling each other terrorists. Maybe in a way both countries are right.