The main problem with this one is that usually people will not say it outright. It is too offensive. To openly call someone a racist, at least in America, is a repugnant insult.
But you can usually read between the lines and realize the person you’re talking to can only hear what you’re saying in terms of racism — because they know so little about Islamic supremacism, they don’t know how else to interpret what you’re saying.
If you suspect this to be the case, you should bring it up first. It is best to handle this particular objection sooner rather than later. Here are some ideas to help you out:
2. If it is a misnomer to call this kind of conversation “racist,” what is it then? It is “criticizing a religious doctrine” and it is also “political criticism” — two perfectly legitimate activities in a free country.