While dhimmis in the West continue to enable Muslim denial, deception, and self-delusion, Tunisian author and researcher Dr. Iqbal Al-Gharbi speaks more honestly. From MEMRI, with thanks to Thomas Haidon:
In an article titled “Whither the Arabs and Muslims in the Age of Forgiveness and Pardon?” liberal Tunisian author and researcher Dr. Iqbal Al-Gharbi wrote about the current worldwide proliferation of public apologies for the sins of the past, and the conspicuous absence of that phenomenon from the Arab and Muslim scene. Published in the new reform website http://arabiliberali.it/, Al-Gharbi stated that the Muslims must take responsibility for their past, must stop blaming others, and must be self-critical. 
The following are excerpts from her article:
The Wave of Apologies and Repentance in the World Has Swept over Us
“…In recent years, a wave of conscience-purging, apologies, and repentance by the world’s tyrants and rulers has swept over us. The list of those who are regretful and who seek forgiveness and pardon is long:
“The Catholic Church apologized for its old stance towards the Jews and for the Inquisition”¦ French society was torn with remorse for its stance in the Dreyfus trial, and for its stance with regard to the Vichy government that collaborated with the Nazis, and it opened up [for discussion] the issue of the heinous disappearances and torture that took place in its former protectorate Algeria.
” Switzerland is suffering stirrings of conscience with regard to her neutral stance [in World War II]. British Prime Minister Tony Blair apologized to the Irish, and Russia publicly apologized to the people of Eastern Europe for the harm done to them in the past. South Africa established a commission for the exposure of the [historical] facts regarding the apartheid regime and for public reconciliation”¦
“For the first time in history, this noble phenomenon [of self-criticism] includes also Arab countries such as Morocco, which established a commission for justice and reconciliation and organized public testimonies, aired live on radio and television, by the victims of torture who had suffered from abductions, abuse, and arbitrary trials over the past 40 years… Similarly, Algeria voted for a national peace and reconciliation charter, in an attempt to seal the bloody civil war of the past decade…
“Even the ‘New Empire’ [the U.S.]”¦ is not hiding its pangs of guilt with regard to slavery from which the American blacks suffered for centuries, and with regard to the innocent victims of the Vietnam war…
We, the Muslims, Still Insist that We Are Always Innocent –and Always Victims
“In this context of the awakening of the conscience of nations seeking to put an end to the sad past and move on to a more humanitarian and benevolent stage, the Muslims”¦ resist these examples”¦
“We still insist that we are always the victims, and that we are always innocent. Our history is angelic, our imperialism was a welcome conquest [futuhat], our invaders [ghuzah] were liberators, our violence was a holy Jihad, our murderers were Shahids, and our defective understanding of the Koran and the daily violation of the rights of women, children, and minorities were a tolerant Shari’a.
Defective understanding? Anyway, read it all.