+Kim Nguyen Ngoc
You really have a gross misunderstanding of the various faiths... for one Judaism, Christianity and Islam are all tied to the same root. Judaism believe in following the book of Moses and accepts both Christ and Mohammed as prophets who brought more of gods teachings to earth. Christians believe that Jesus was gods son and brought a new covenant of teachings to earth. Islam believes that Jesus and Mohammed were both prophet and since Mohammed was the last accepted prophet that his teachings trump them all. They are all based on the same root and share the same cultural background with many of the same teachings and principles.
You arguments that Islam is not a religion of peace applies equally to Christianity and Judaism and examples in their religious texts and history all show the exact same things that you are complaining about with Islam.
Have a look at the history of the medieval dark ages if you want to see a strict christian theological state in action, with the number of atrocities and forced conversions taking place. Have a look at the crusades where fanatical christian's committed terrible acts against the inhabitants of the 'Holy Land', the repercussions of which are still driving conflict today.
Its been a long time since Jews has enough power to actually do anything strictly according to their faith, they spend most of history since the Roman conquest under some oppression or another, but now they use their faith that they are 'gods chosen people' to forcefully take lands and repress Palestinians. Go back further and you find various accounts of Jewish wars and atrocities based on their faith including genocide of neighboring tribes and faiths.
There should be nothing wrong with handing out the Koran, its a book about faith and contains nothing worse than what is in the Bible or Torah. If you don't object to people handing out Bibles which contain just as strict and morally repugnant passages then you can't object to the Koran.
The only difference is there are more people, and whole countries, taking a strict interpretation of the Koran as opposed to taking a strict interpretation of the Bible or Torah. The book and faith itself have nothing to do with that, cultural and political pressure does.