There is no problem. Conflicts are manufactured and have no intrinsic reality. Their historical forms are real within the time-space realm, but the underlying motivational processes are mentalistic and largely false or delusional. "Realists" who believe that cooperation is fleeting and unreliable forget that this realm is the imperfect expression of a potential that is ultimately unknowable. Yet they presume to know it only from the imperfect expressions in history. The manufacture of conflict is among these imperfect expressions. It is rooted in flawed understandings about self-interest and about the importance of human sovereignty in the ultimate scheme of things. It also involves misconceptions about the value of of promoting religious ideas by means of hate mongering, misleading propaganda, vague generalities, a persistent failure to attend to facts, and reliance on emotional imagery that in effect serves to perpetuate paranoid illusions of creature separateness and isolation. Not surprisingly, intensifying a sense of vulnerability and exacerbating the wounds of the world causes people to feel threatened and angry. I believe people do this out of an attachment to an illusory sense of control derived from bypassing their authentic possibilities. It is compulsive narcissism that has caused the person to lose sight of their destiny, which leads them to try to control their environment instead of working on themselves. A living faith, humility, and dependence on the Heavenly Father, who is a G-d of Love, alleviates the man-made tensions and reveals that the progress of the ascending soul is all that really matters. From that perspective, the real spiritual status of a religion is determined from its ability to bring spiritual forces into focus and thereby facilitate the authentic, creative choices through which the soul discovers its true destiny. I personally believe that any religion can help make it happen, depending on how it's used. It doesn't even have to be an Abrahamic religion. Ultimately, there are only individual applications of a religion. From that perspective, it's academic to talk about differences between religions. Generalities mean very little. And they mean even less when presented in the absence of facts.