There are major and minor differences between Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, in scripture, in history, in practice, and in prophet, that do warrant difference in conversation, in attitude, and in response.
The child is but a lamb, and the parent but a child, obedient to God and faith and scripture.
You cannot condemn Islamophobia.
There appear to be three reasons that those-who-otherwise-would do not openly, regularly, publicly, perhaps not even privately, criticise any or all of Islam, or suffer those who do.
Young girls are not the possessions of parents or communities to be dressed up in 7th century neurosis.
We ought to be the serpents in the garden.
Islamophobia is a meme, and for all the benign and zeitgeist-capturing memes around, this one is insidious, clothed in superficial virtue, and intensely virulent.
Sometime around two thousand years ago, somewhere within that place just beyond the northeast of Africa, to some family unknown and unnamed, a child is born.