Objecting to beliefs is not the same as hating those who hold those beliefs.
Particularly given that people don’t get to choose whether or not their parents are fundies who believe apostates should be killed for leaving the One True Sect.
It’s especially notable that “You object to [bigoted religious traditions that call for your persecution]? That means YOU’RE the real bigot!” is a common counter to criticism from women, gay people, religious minorities and other people persecuted by theocratic Islamic regimes.
“Criticizing Islam is racist, you just hate Asians” is to Islamists and their woke allies what “Criticizing the PRC is racist, you just hate Chinese people” is to tankies of the Dengist /r/Sino variety.
If the former were true, most critics of Islam would hate on Hindus as well just like bona-fide “I’m a racialist” hardliners already do——one British National Party entry selling “Christian Christmas cards” bemoaned the celebration of Diwali in the UK, while further up the auth scale, “NS” magazine Liberty Bell attributed advantages to Pakistan over India due to having a lighter-skinned population.
If the latter were true, most of Xi Jinping’s critics would hate on the entire Han ethnic group including Taiwanese people, HK natives and overseas Chinese communities—-just like the 19th-century supporters of California’s anti-Chinese riots, who made no distinctions between mainlanders and non-mainlanders (much less between Cantonese people, Hakka people or any other subgroup).