Personally, I think most people on planet Earth should have a bit more respect for other people's religion, belief, non-religion, whatever you wish to call it - and try to understand each other with more tolerance and understanding, instead of pointing fingers and approaching things with a 'them and us' mentalilty. People die because of their belief... not just religious belief either. This isn't aimed at anyone, by the way... do you think someone doesn't have feelings just because they have a different belief? Think they don't hurt? They don't feel that pain? If you believe in a God and you believe God may take your son or daughter away from you, rather than heal, how painful must that feel? How deep must your belief and trust in God be?
If you don't like it when a religious person approaches you in the street and tries to force feed you their belief, then think how it must feel to a person in a critial life situation, when someone walks up to them and tells them they are wrong!
Whatever reasons someone has - for any decision based on religious or non-religious belief (someone who wishes God to take them as He has chosen or someone who wishes to be left to die from a terminal illness, rather than be treated or someone who wishes to end their life early before vegetative/crippling effects take hold?), it's not right to judge as if you are better, wiser more educated or more righteous than them. As long as they are of sound mind. It's a matter of respect.
Thats my take on it.