I'm reading "Unveiling Islam" by Ergun and Emir Caner, ex-muslims. It is written to try to help people understand islam, from a muslim point of view. Personally, I prefer the Walid Shoebat book, but this one is good too. Particularly good for liberals, who don't like to ruffle feathers. I thought this section was good on "The Sanctity of Religious Liberty":
"The Christian ideal is that the inerrant, infallible Word of God is the basis upon which ethical decisions are made. Christians are never to be reactionary, that is, simply acting out of an emotional response to another person's actions. Action based upon Scripture is an important precept of the Christian theory of religious liberty. Muslims and others have a God-given right to believe whatever they wish and to practice that belief so long as their actions do no violence to others. At the point of violence, Christians can in some circumstances step in to act, but not out of a desire for revenge. The motivation must be love and honor for the fundamental laws God has given to govern humanity....
Further, God the Father gives all people the opportunity to love Him by accepting the sacrifice of His Son on the cross as forgiveness for sin. Since love must be a choice and connot be forced upon anyone, God, in His power, allows people to reject Him, even allowing people to hate him.
Therefore, people must be given ample possibility to act in accordance with their decision for or against the Creator of the universe. To do otherwise is to indirectly or directly force a person into a legalistic relationship with the Church and its doctrines."