Having been to Saudi many many times i can tell you first hand this is bollocks.http://www.americanhumanist.or g/HNN/details/2012-04-the-stat e-of-religion-declining-belief -in-god-worldw
One things for sure: humanists are poised to reach out to the growing number of nones and show humanism as the reason-based alternative to traditional religion.
look at a country such as Saudi Arabia. Although there is no law in place that requires citizens to be Muslim, almost all Saudi Arabian citizens are Muslim. Religious freedom is severely limited to non-existent. In 2004, the U.S. State Department declared that freedom of religion does not exist in Saudi Arabia and that non-Muslim worshippers risk arrest, imprisonment, lashing, deportation and sometimes torture.
Make of that what you will, but you'll be hard-put to indicate where religion is increasing amongst an educated and free population.
I have had many taxi drivers who were christian, were proud to be and hung a crucifix from their rear view mirror
There are also ex-pat communities that are full of non muslims and women are allowed to drive within these communities, there are english and american schools, you can buy booze & pork and watch NFL on the telly.