Well certainly if we are talking about the current times the two don't compare- I was just making the point that any religion is capable of fanaticism- that it is not necessarily confined to Muslims. And I think even now it's a only a relative small percentage of them as historically it has not been a violent religion. But I don't deny that this radical faction is dangerous and must be eradicated.
As for the quote about deaths- I mean from wars and human-means- not natural disasters. I don't recall who first made that observation- I heard it many years ago- but I think if you study history it is not a unreasonable observation.