I can say with absolute certainty that every single Muslim person I know is a decent, hard working, kind and honest member of society. And I know quite a lot.
Some of my closest family friends are Muslim. Most of my uni friends were Muslim and I still see 2 of them on a regular basis (they are Iraqi twins, one of them has just finished a post-grad degree in theology). The other twin started up a company that sells e-books and donates all the profits to charity.
A lot of my clients are Muslim, they run very successful businesses, and they employ dozens of people.
These people are contributing positively to society, which is more than I can say for many "Anglo-Saxon" Australians who abuse the social security system and choose to be long-term unemployed.
I remember travelling in Turkey almost 10 years ago with my sister, and deciding on taking a side-trip to Italy on a whim because the weather was turning bad.. We spent 5 days in Rome and couldn't wait to get back to Turkey because the people there were so much nicer! And don't get me wrong, I love Italians!
There needs to be some serious government spending on programs to make minority groups feel more included, and to make the rest of society more educated. I feel like the electoral shift toward people like Pauline Hanson is the result of lack of education.