Can Gentiles do idolatry in case they are compelled by someone or a law of the land? And if so, if he doesn't, would that be seen by God as suicide or a good thing for not surrendering to idolatry? I've read in several places that Gentiles can practice passive idolatry and cited the case of Naaman, is this a peaceful point in Judaism or is there a division? And the question of not complying with the law of the land that happened to honor an idol, when he resisted and ended up dying, would he be committing suicide or disobeying the law of the land in which they say he has to obey?
H. Melakhim 10:2
בן נח שאנסו אנס לעבור על אחת ממצותיו, מותר לו לעבור, אפילו נאנס לעבוד ע"ז עובד, לפי שאינן מצווין על קדוש השם
A Noahide who is forced by another person to violate one of his commandments is permitted to transgress. Even if he is forced to worship false gods, he may worship them. For Noahides are not commanded to sanctify God's name.