The OP is about a single instance of a group of people led by one monk removing a shrine constructed by Muslims in a country that has just ended a long civl war.
Interaction is different all over the world.
In Brisbane, there is a large Muslim population, and their Eid festival is well attended by people of all religions. I've attended weddings of my Muslim friends, and meet regularly for coffee and chat. Just as I do with my Buddhist friends, just as I do with my Christian friends.
In the same way that most Buddhists are open-minded and intent on wholesome practice - so are the majority of Muslims in the world.
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