Regarding Islamic outlooks--that's an oversimplification.
In the areas where that sort of activity happens they are predominantly and traditionally for thousands of years from cultures where that sort of thing was practiced. It was there before Islam.
Muhammad came from the same sort of culture and was allegedly appalled by a lot of its barbarism and superstition which was a big motivation for a lot of his actions. Unfortunately, his approach was to blend and meld: aspects of Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism and tribal beliefs and ethics. He complicated it and really empowered it's flaws by creating a religion that had the "divine authority of the state" built into it as a mandate.
Basically the same error Catholicism wandered into in it's heyday when they were more of a world government than any actual government.
But the root culture of the time already had harsh practices and punishments in place. Then you throw in the "convert or die" and "if you live here you have to be" theology of Islam through it's history and you end up with the a great percentage of people as social Muslims and not spiritual ones which results in the same sort of corruption and error and abuse that was rampant in much if not most of the Catholic church's history. Eveil men, with evil ambitions and no sincere beliefs using religion as power.
You seem to think this is a "religious" problem exclusively but it isn't a just a religious problem at all--it's a human one and it happens in every society in every sphere of power...government, finance, politics, social movements, religion--you name it.
Depots and despotic regimes don't require religion to appear and flourish, they happen all the time. Robespierre, Napoleon, Idi Amin, Pol Pot, Lenin, Stalin, Mao, Franco, Ortega and hundreds of other known and historical leaders founded movements that had nothing to do with "religion" (other than a religion of state and personality) and were as brutal and insane in their actions as anything any religion (including Islam and organized Catholicism) have ever done.
All required obedience and submission from birth and punished rebellion with death and torture and all required a public acknowledgement through personal deed and behavior and speech that the state and it's leaders were over all things.
One of the big issues I have with many atheist critics is the constant rolling out of, "if religion didn't exist these things wouldn't either". It's a complete load of bull.
Whether you are in city government, national government, the police force, the green movement or a prison there are always people who out of greed, lust and self interest take power and abuse it for personal reasons.
People with evil motives take the power structure that is most utilitarian and accessible to them and abuse it.
Spirituality--the actual desire to have an experience with something greater than one's self--isn't the problem and religious practices who's purpose and goal is primarily this aren't either.
Jesus was very careful and specific to make clear the separation of church and state and the separation of religion from truth. He never advocated control of other people, domination of the world government and Christian punishments to those who refused to submit and neither do those who actually follow Him.