A Few Thoughts
Ok, so first and foremost, those views are persecuted. There are hundreds of hate crimes committed against Muslims in the U.S. every year, as well as more around the world, and lots of people think of the religion of Islam as inherently evil and antithetical to proper "western" values.
This "well maybe we should discriminate against this religion because its bad" logic is ridiculous and isn't a good moral position even when religions are causing harm. We should not be discriminating against people's personal faiths. We should be calling out and challenging the way that those beliefs are twisted and used by people in power to maintain that power and to subjugate others. I don't hate Christianity or think that Christians should be persecuted. I do however absolutely despise the people who try to use Christianity to justify cruel and inhumane laws to control women's bodies and deny gender affirming care to transgender people. I am sure that there are people who use Islam for similar purposes, I am just less familiar with them because in the U.S. Christianity is vastly more influential and used for far more violent oppression.
Religion at its best creates community and love and draws us into the beauty of the world. However most religions have been used to oppress and control, by painting others as enemies of the faith and demanding strict obedience to a deity through obeying a very human tyrant. Viewing a religion as the tyrants who have used it, is not helpful, but we must always be watchful for those tyrants, name them and cast them out.