Malaysia is an example of what passes for a an area with a moderate Islamic population. It's slight majority Muslim, but has separate rules for Muslims and non-Muslims. Non-Muslims are not bound by Islamic law -- at least they aren't supposed to be. And it's not a rogue state, or a nasty dictatorship. No one is particularly worried about radical Islamic terrorism coming from Malaysia. Yet even in that country you can see the oppressive nature of Islamic religion, when it insinuates itself into government functions, as it is prone to do.
A Hindu child was forcibly converted to Islam in an orphanage at age 7, and given an Islamic name. That's bad enough. What's worse is that this child is now a woman of 28 and still suffering from that action.
She lives with her husband, S. Sockalingam, whom she married in a traditional Hindu ceremony, but they are unable to register their union because, officially, they belong to different religions.A court blocked her attempts to change her name and get legal recognition for her marriage. Religious oppression backed by government power -- that's all too often the way of Islam.
Malaysian Muslims are not permitted to marry someone of another faith, unless the spouse converts to Islam. She is also unable to name her husband as the father of their two children on their birth certificates.
A word that is thrown around quite a bit, especially on the useful idiot left, is "Islamophobia." Islamophobia is a made-up term that smears people who object to Islam as bigots with an irrational dislike of the Islamic religion and its adherents. But dislike of Islam is perfectly rational. It is based on both the teachings of the religion itself, the actions of Muslims, and observation of states where Islam is the dominant religion. The oppressive nature of Islam in even countries such as Malaysia is yet another of the endless examples of why it is quite rational to dislike Islam.