That isn't the question you said I asked. Read carefully. The answer to my question is a resounding NO. The answer to your question is a resounding YES because they're two different questions.
All violence causes harm Libstak, that's what violence is. There's plenty of violence that the Bishops don't condemn and shy of all the child molesting going on, nobody asks why they don't, when they don't.
As to the molesting, one issue at a time fgs, there is no answer for you there is always one more way that "failure" is inherent regardless of any step forward mankind makes.
Then we should condemn violence that is a shared part of that shared experience. Not ignore it when it's politically popular in our own state, or related to characteristics foreign to our own.
Forgiving the violent and turning the other cheek does not help prevent or end violence, and the reason why is because we don't have the carrot dangling on the string that Jesus did, that is, the promise of salvation. Not doing nothing is pretty vague. You can reconcile it with rhetoric in the general case. You still haven't reconciled your position based on specifics of this topic. Condemning people goes against Christ's instructions: Judge not lest ye be judged yourself. Let he who hath no sin cast the first stone.
As to the "Judge not ...." again, which is it - should people be vocal against acts of violence by others of their own group or not, now you are saying no - up above you were saying they should always condemn violence, by extension they should condemn it where they see it, where they see it would be as commonly within their various groups as elsewhere.
"True faith" is just words. Everyone of faith thinks they have true faith. That is, everyone thinks what they believe is true; that's what belief is. The problem with the rhetoric "true faith" is that it's subjective impossible to prove. What we do know for sure is that not everyone of different religions can have "true faith" because their beliefs are largely contradictory and incompatible. Ergo, the conflict throughout history that differences between religious groups has fueled. It isn't just history, it's ongoing to this day.
We're not so enlightened today to the message of the New Testament that you think we are. Old Testament justice has been far exceeded in violence by today's standards. Modern day Israelis believe in 10 eyes for an eye or 100 eyes for an eye. We're a terribly violent species Libstak, more so in the past 100 years than the prior 1900.
Mat 7:15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
Mat 7:16 Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
So if any of these Jesus-wannabes gathered grapes or figs, that would make the difference in your belief? Of course we're to beware of false prophets. Jesus was another false prophet to many. He was ridiculed and executed as a criminal. The Jesuses in prison today aren't much different in that regard.
Deafening silence isn't my position, that's your straw man. My position is individuals should condemn all violence. Not just the violence from those groups that are politically correct to condemn. There's no need to ask it of every single person of a particular group, because the groupthink is the problem that causes the violence. People need to spend more time and energy focusing on what brings us together, not politically correct differences that tear us apart. Public statements by politicians are worthless. It's just rhetoric. Politicians universally say one thing and do the other; they're the most notorious of liars and not worth our faith.
If you are not going to be satisfied unless every form of violence is addressed at once and authentically, you are not gonna be satisfied until the longest speech in history is enacted by the speaker and when all violence has been roundly condemned and attended equally to in the speech, most folk will have lost focus and have no idea where to begin dealing with the monumental range of problems presented. You can only eat an elephant one bite at a time, yes we should condemn all violence but if we are willing to condemn one particular violence today then that is one bite of the elephant attended to and when digested and sorted we can then take another bite.
You are playing "damned if you do and damned if you don't" with the world and all it's peoples. I think you just want to count every grain of sand on the beach, good luck with that.