There's certainly a crying need for one. Take for example, the Guardian op-ed "Islam's ability to empower is a magnet to black British youths." The author writes:
The passivity that Christianity promotes is perceived as alien and disconnected to black youths growing up in often violent and challenging urban environments in Britain today. "Turning the other cheek" invites potential ridicule and abuse whereas resilience, strength and self-dignity evokes respect and, in some cases, fear from unwanted attention.
Which is a very fancy way of saying that a religion telling black yoofs that non-violence is a good thing isn't a patch on a religion telling them to back their "brothers" against all comers with whatever level of violence seems appropriate.
Speaking of any means necessary, this bit is also a triumph of diplomatic wording:
Role models such as Malcolm X only helped to reinforce the perception that Islam enabled the empowerment of one's masculinity coupled with righteous and virtuous conduct as a strength, not a weakness.
That's a masterpiece of the bullshitter's art. Those with even the vaguest appreciation of relations between the sexes under Islam can probably figure out exactly what an ocean of intense unpleasantness underlies that delicate phrase "empowerment of one's masculinity." Fuck, I should file it away for future reference. "No way am I a sexist! I'm just empowering my masculinity! Did you see her oppressing me? That's what I've been talking about..."