Sometimes fanatical religious people make no sense at all. A fanatical Jew may hate both Christians and Muslims. Fanatical Christian really hates just Muslims and would love to "love a Jew to death" to convert them to Christianity. Fanatical Muslims hates the first two just as equally. Where is this hate coming from, really, because there is no room for it in any of our religions? Most mind boggling are Christians and Muslims! Some Christians hate Muslims simply because Muslims do not believe Jesus divine. No matter that Muslims love Jesus, recognize him as the Messiah of the House of Israel and expect his second coming. "It's not enough," say the Christians. "You either believe him divine or we hate you forever!" "Yeah, but Jews do not recognize him at all...so, why...?" reply confused Muslims. "Oh, stop with the Jew hate, you Moslem!" answer Christians. "We will love the Jews to death 'til they accept Jesus, for he was one of their own!" Makes no sense to me (and I am not advocating hating the Jews because of Jesus!)! One would assume that all Jews would love Christians as their "lost" relatives. Christians would love Jews for their religious roots and would love Muslims for accepting Jesus less than a god. And Muslims would love both Jews and Christians since Islam is meant to unite both. Christianity and Islam are really dependent on Judaism, like children on parents. So, why do some hate? Why do we generalize? Can't we unite under One God? Is it ever possible?