There is a concept that some do not understand.
If you provide an unsolicited argument about me, that offers an invitation to engage in the argument. I totally agree that those - who try to tell you want to believe as well as do - then invite it and I say happy trails my friends. But I would like it noted for the record - that plenty of intelligent and sane people can and do believe in God and also believe that that belief is not cause for forcing said beliefs upon others. I think seeing the "any intelligent" person being asigned to only atheist is rather insulting and limiting for those of us who neither wish nor support ruling the earth "as in heaven". ;-)
Taken further, if you tell me to follow your religious law, then I would be invited to tell you to follow my religious law.
The result usually results in either a stalemate or a conflict. Which is why both sides need to agree to disagree and keep religion at home or in religious settings and out of goverment, schools, laws, science, etc. and why at the same time there needs to be religious freedom for individuals such as myself to act like complete nuts in the privacy of my own home or among my nutty buddies. If religious people stuck to keeping religion out of nonreligious areas then there would be fewer conflicts for sure and I agree they should - personally I do.
The more mature action would be to keep your religious law to yourself thus removing a stalemate (which has no function) or removing a conflict(which has no end) I agree.
To answer the question "where are my rights?"...Your rights are with you, and you alone. Yep,I agree.