Quite, the true test of one's commitment to freedom is when others use it to do or say things we disapprove of.
Still for those of a religious belief it's probably worth reflecting that, even in such an avowed anti religious state as we are told this one is churches are still visible and believers can still walk the streets to show their faith.
Actual religious states tend to be a good deal less friendly, especially if you don't subscribe to the correct version of religion.
Even in the generally easy going British isles both Catholcism and Judiaism were banned or heavily restricted in times when religion was deemed important, only with the coming of a more secular, merchant and business class led regime were they allowed freedom of belief and worship.
Some restrictions on the former still exist I believe?