But there is nothing illogical or inconsistent with such behaviour, as Nebojsa Malic puts it well.
It is interesting, to say the least, that Albanians suddenly become Muslims when it’s convenient to make this sort of “argument,” but quickly become “secular” and “moderate” when critics try to point out the systematic destruction of Serb churches and construction of Saudi mosques. Same with the so-called Bosniaks — one day they are “moderate” and “secular,” the next they are “Muslims in the heart of Europe.”
It's simple really: the means do not matter, the goal does. Except that the "means" sometimes have goals of their own, not necessarily in accord with those of their users.