A Muslim once accused me of spreading bigotry and hate. I told him that I do no such thing. I stand for human rights for all, regardless of skin colour, race, religion, or sexuality. I do however speak out against certain bad ideas. Religions are ideas, and ideas do not have rights. There is nothing wrong with discussing why you agree or disagree with Communism, Christianity, Nazism, Buddhism, Atheism, or Islam. They are just ideas.
The Quran actually attacks not just kufr (disbelief), but people (non-Muslims). See for yourself!
“The Hour (of Judgment) is nigh, and the moon is cleft asunder.” (54:1, Yusuf Ali translation)
“The moon was split ( into two pieces ) while we were with the Prophet (ﷺ) in Mina. He said, “Be witnesses.” Then a Piece of the moon went towards the mountain.” (Bukhari 3869)
Like the expression goes “From the mouth of babes,” we have glimpses of insight into life. 20 years ago, still not quite a Sunni Muslim, I was walking with my friend asking him questions about the religion. Eager to learn, I asked him “What miracles did Prophet Muhammad do?” to which he responded, “Prophet Muhammad split the moon.”
My face lit up, and I got excited! This was a fantastic revelation to me. This was concrete, substantial evidence that the religion was true. I eagerly said, “That’s amazing! So there must have been other cultures who saw the moon being split and recorded it, right? This must have been one of the world-changing events of the 7th century, a major event in world history that all of humanity recorded this incredible sight of splitting the moon.” It’s interesting that even back then I felt that evidence was valuable. That’s why I was eventually able to see my way through Islam.