For hundreds of years, many of the biggest global conflicts have been fuelled by religious hatred and prejudice - and things have not changed in the 21st century. Whether it is fundamentalist Muslims waging jihad in Afghanistan and Pakistan, or the perpetual low scale hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians, to the man in the street, religion seems to make people more likely to fight each other, not less. Why is this? Three men of faith - one Jew, one Muslim and one Christian - debate the differences between them. What do their faiths teach on the big issues of life? Why don't they all get on? What can be done to make for better relationships in the future? What can be done on the big global areas of conflict and tension?