I'm not demanding equal access, just equal opportunity. Don't push me out without any options because of my religion. Give me an avenue to regain the priority (like working extra hours). In a (sorta) similar vein, we force immunization in dormitories, but give options to parents that opt out for whatever reason.
So what would you suggest? Short of allowing people to pay for organ priority(that sure doesn't sound problematic) I don't see how you could let someone make up for being willing to take but not supply organs.
Maybe they should be willing. But can the government force them to be willing? And also, once again, the majority of people who don't donate for religious reason are really pro-donation. They don't trust the government's standards of death and reason to extract, so they don't carry cards unless guaranteed review and/or consult by a member of the clergy. It's not that they don't want to donate, it's that they don't trust the government's standards of donation.
There are a few extremists out there who believe that keeping the dead body intact is worth another human life, but those are extremists for a reason. They are extreme.
So your telling me these people would all love to donate even though its against their religious beliefs but they don't donate because they think the government has bad standards? I have never heard of someone saying they don't want to donate because they are afraid of the government's donation standards.
I have no problem with someone not wanting to donate their organs, but it should be understood that not being willing to donate organs means other people who were willing should get priority.