Originally Posted by Nur Student
I understand why you say this as a devout Muslim. However, you have to consider that other people may believe as sincerely and passionately in their religion as you do in yours.
In effect, you are asking them to accept the precedence of Islam over their religions, even though they aren't Muslims. Surely they are no more likely to accept that than you are in reverse.
The net effect of what you are saying is that it becomes ok for Muslims to treat say, a convert to Christianity badly, but not ok to do exactly the same treatment to a Muslim convert.
In other words, it's not actually the bad treatment you object to, but who is on the receiving end (Muslim or other religion).
If you lay aside for a moment which religion is which - just call them A and B - you're saying that A can treat B badly, but not in reverse, which is a strange place to end up and not likely to seem fair to any non Muslim, whatever their faith.