I don't usually talk about religions here or try to push my beliefs on others, but it is worth a look at this site to see how the other side thinks and believes. It is truly a sad thing, disguising hatred in this way.
It is just by coincidence that I also picked up a book by Eckhart Tolle titled "A New Earth--Awakening to Your Life's Purpose". He states in there this: "Many "religious" people are stuck at [that] level. They equate truth with thought, and as they are completely identified with thought (their mind), they claim to be in sole possession of the truth in an unconscious attempt to protect their identity. They don't realize the limitations of thought. Unless you believe (think) exactly as they do, you are wrong in their eyes, and in the not-too-distant past, they would have felt justified in killing you for that. And some still do, even now." (page 17----First Plume Printing, September 2006)
I, by no stretch of the imagination, claim to have the right answers about anything that has to do with faith. But, I don't think that we will get anywhere as human beings by building fences, not tearing them down. We need to be tolerant of each other's choices, of each other's religions. I see this as not being enlightened or even evolving toward enlightenment. The dove is a symbol of The Holy Spirit in Christianity. I can find nothing in an article like this that speaks to enlightenment. This website flies in the face of what the great messengers (Buddha, Jesus, others) were trying to convey. They spoke of transformation. This website distorts and does not transform human behavior. It steps backwards in time, espousing hatred.