What if Religions had Always Been a Force Against Genocide and For Human Rights?

Albigensian Crusade in 1209-Pope Innocent III ordered destruction of Cathar sect in Southern France
Reconstructions of Cro Magnon (left) and Neanderthal (right)-Was this the beginning of Genocide and Human Rights violations?
Attila the Hun around 450 AD. No one is sure where he originated, but very likely the same region that produced later scourges such as Genghis Khan and Tamerlane-could a more united Europe and Near East have minimized the damage?

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