Catholics are generally against the Enlightenment, but at least they have a coherent argument similar to yours. But this Muslim had no argument
I think these are accepted by the mainstream as being consequences of the enlightenment:
* Belief in individual liberty, which is a prerequisite for modern Western version of individualism, however sane it was practiced at the time
* Led to the evil technology which perverts the human way of life for the majority of the world today
* Led to industrial revolution and mass centralization we see today. Wikipedia cites the "public sphere" concept as being the reason for this.
"The world is my country, all mankind are my brethren" --Thomas Paine.
"It will, perhaps, be as well to distinguish three species and degrees of ambition. First, that of men who are anxious to enlarge their own power in their country, which is a vulgar and degenerate kind; next, that of men who strive to enlarge the power and empire of their country over mankind, which is more dignified but not less covetous; but if one were to endeavor to renew and enlarge the power and empire of mankind in general over the universe, such ambition (if it may be so termed) is both more sound and more noble than the other two." --Francis Bacon
* America was founded during the enlightenment, on enlightenment principles, and it ended up being the country that does the most damage in the world, and does the most to spread modern Western values around the world.
When a thing is the source of a bunch of bad things, I think it is fair to assume that the thing itself is bad until proven otherwise.