I can cite quite a few.
Example 1 - The Muslim and Jewish communities in Houston are very close. I work for an Iranian contracting company, and many of our customers are Jews. Vice versa, just about everyone who works here takes their cars to International Autowerks, which is owned by Jews. Both, the Jewish and Persian communities in Houston, are enriched by each other.
Example 2 - There is a program on KPFT, here in Houston, called Interchange, in which religious views are aired. During each program, there are discussions between people of different faiths. About once a week, Muslim, Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic guests sit on the same panel. Guess what? They have all been close friends for more than a decade.
Example 3 - There is a cable show on Link TV called "Lunch With Bokara". Bokara is an Iranian talk show host, and the show is about religious tolerance. Muslim guests frequently share the show with Christian guests, Jewish guests, and guests from other religions. They get along quite well, and all have much respect for each other, and even like each other.
That's just 3 examples, and there are many more. Those who hate will never see it, because that is not what they are looking for. They spend so much time looking at the dark side of human nature that they never see the light. They, themselves, are everything that is representative of the dark side, and as a result of their own hate for others, live out their pathetic lives in bondage, so enslaved by their hate, that they never realize, that to break free, they need only break a thread, not a chain. Thus, they stay enslaved to the hate that is their master.
Religious intolerance has it's roots in ignorance, and hatred for anyone different than the hater. This is unfortunate for the hater, because if his hatred becomes too much of an obsession, it can eventually kill him (heart attack, stroke, or what have you), not that the world would miss him. Those who hate, whether it is based on religion, race, or any other factor, are soon forgotten..... Well, not quite. Hitler will never be forgotten, but only because his life teaches the rest of us an important lesson - We must never allow ourselves to become so complacent that we allow monsters like him to control the dialogue. They are like cockroaches. Once they are in power, they are hard to eradicate. That is the nature of hatred.