Islam has pretty much always had haters. Every prophet we know of had adversaries.
Some well known examples are Noah and Jesus. Both had plenty of detractors in their times.
The thing is, the haters hated the message for the right reason; because of its core belief:
There’s nothing worthy of worship except the One and Only God.
In previous times, some didn’t like the idea of change, of leaving the “traditional” religions of their forefathers.
Some were profiting grandly from idolatry, as was the case in Makkah at the time of the prophet Muhammad.
Others did not like that they should shift their attention from profiting at others’ expense to instead humbly devote themselves to One more worthy.
Still others didn’t accept the concept that they would be accountable for their actions being in accordance with a purpose for their existence.
Whatever the complaint, it went back ultimately to the belief in and service of One Eternal Creator and Sustainer who has absolutely no partners.
Prophets were killed and threatened.
The prophets weren’t hated for the reasons people claim to hate Islam today.
The contemporary complaints are divorced from Islam itself. They all have solid rebuttals and evidence that proves the complaint baseless and inappropriate.
Islam does not condone or promote:
Worshipping anything in creation such as the sun, the moon, people, black boxes etc.
And whatever other false accusations are flying around. In fact quite the opposite.
So if you want to hate Islam, hate it because it calls to the recognition, appreciation and service of the One God, who created all that exists. Because that’s what it’s all about.
Otherwise it’s simply not Islam you hate.
And if you don’t have a problem with calling to serve and acknowledge the One Creator of all creation, then you don’t have a problem with Islam.